Cruise Through the Panama Canal with Rick and Leslie on the Disney Wonder – Episode 208

Take a 14 day cruise from Miami to Los Angeles with Rick and Leslie Howard and journey through the Panama Canal on the Disney Wonder in this week’s episode.  We’ll also see some incredible destinations and a really amazing shore excursion!

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21 comments on “Cruise Through the Panama Canal with Rick and Leslie on the Disney Wonder – Episode 208
  1. Kate Jackson says:

    Hey Rick,
    A movie that I would watch on a Disney cruise would be Three Men and a Baby, just because it’s a classic film that the whole family can watch and it’s a very funny and touching film as well.

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  2. steven day says:

    I was on this cruise, it was a blast, if you need any pictures of the ship from a distance, I had a few opportunities to get some good one. Great video

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  3. Jacob says:

    Thanks again guys for another great episode.I would love to go on a Disney cruise real soon.Sounds like you guys had a real good time.I think if I could pick which movie to watch on a Disney cruise it would have to be The Book of Eli.It’s one of my favorite movies of all times.Can’t wait to see what you guys thought of Butterbeer in next weeks episode.Thanks guys.

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  4. David Thacker says:

    Looking forward to our first cruise one day! If I could pick a Disney movie on the cruise it would be something old like The apple dumpling gang or the happiest millionaire something thats hard to find in good quality. great video!!!

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  5. Penny Serrato says:

    That was a great episode. I felt like I had actually taken the cruise with you.So much information you provided, it was great. I noticed while watching and listening (I use headphones) the hum of the engines in the background, it was actually very relaxing white noise.
    Let’s see I have 2 movies I would love to see on the big screen, Gone With the Wind in color so I could look at all the dresses and The King and I.
    TFS
    Penny

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  6. Penny Serrato says:

    oh yea, vamos a volar Let’s Fly
    TFS
    Penny

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  7. Megan says:

    Hey Rick, great show! The cruise looks great I would love to go on a Disney cruise some day soon. I have to agree with you Casablanca is a classic and one of my favorites, I would want to see that!

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  8. John & Lisa Przychodzien says:

    Rick and Leslie that cruise looked like so much fun. We would love to book a Disney Cruise for our 25th Anniversary next year. We would like to watch the original Indian Jones movie on the ship. Thanks for a great episode. Have a great week!

    John and Lisa

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  9. chris j says:

    Wow what another great episode, you guy’s do a great job of describing everything, that cruise sounds amazing. 14 days is a long time to be at sea. The movie that I would choose is one of my favs since I was little and never got to see it on the big screen, The Wizard of Oz.

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  10. Jeanne Cundiff says:

    What a fantastic video!! This might be the best video yet! I am so happy that both of you had such a great trip. This would be a dream trip for me including the zip line and repelling. The food looked fantastic also. I would love to see Avatar on a big screen again. It is so colorful and a TV just doesn’t do it justice. I so wish I had commented last week; I would have loved to have a chance to win that special pin. Congrats Dennis!
    Thank you for the fantastic video and we are looking forward to the next one on Butter Beer!
    Jeanne

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  11. John Broadwater says:

    great show.my favorite movie to see would be “Mr. Roberts”.thanks for a great show can’t wait for next weeks.

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  12. Andrew says:

    As for Leslie’s question of the week – old movie would be “Mary Poppins”. The new movie would be “Monsters U”. PS I am looking forward to my Med cruise which leaves June 15 for 12 nights. I am excited to see “Monsters U” on opening night while on board the Magic!

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  13. Mary Callahan says:

    Oh I agree with Jeanne, Wizard Of Oz!!! One of my favorites!!! Well, WDW here I come!! Thanks to Kingdom Magic, I’m off to The Contemporary Resort for 6 nights , on a Great Savings!!! This Friday, it’s a little relaxation and a lot of fun !!! Mary/ Boston!!!!

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  14. Blake Schmidt says:

    Wow Rick that was a great episode , It looks like you & Leslie had a great time. The movie I would like to see would be an old Herbie the love bug movie.

    Blake

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  15. Bob Blum says:

    Great show it might convince my wife to go on a disney cruise. My favorite movie to I watch at sea would be kon -tiki .

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  16. Bob Nordmark says:

    Hey Rick and Leslie,

    I really enjoyed your travel log. That is another Disney Cruise to add to my list. I would like to lose a lot of weight and take the day trip that you both took in Puerto Vallarta. Here is a question for you both: are repositioning cruises any less expensive than regular scheduled cruises?

    The movie that I would like to watch on a Disney Cruise is The Jungle Book. Actually there are a lot of movies that I saw as a child but now I can hardly remember what they are about. So, if I were going on a long cruise I would watch those movies again.

    See you next week.

    Bob

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  17. Nick Yeager says:

    Hey Rick,
    I am glad you had a good time on this cruise. I would love to see the Panama Canal in person. There are many films that I will see, Titanic, Monsters University, Monsters Inc, The Wizard of Oz. So many that they will go on forever. Looking forward to next week, have a good week.

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  18. Brother Joseph Rock says:

    Well, this question is a bit tough. I would have to say that I would want to watch Song of the South because it is so great and arguably the most classic of all Disney movies of all time and mostly because it was banned for so long in the U.S. Who does not love Uncle Remus.

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  19. Great show. I would have liked more pictures of cobo as I always hear about THE STARS going there and I would have enjoyed seeing what THEY see.
    The movies I would like to watch while at sea are Key Largo and any of the Pirate movies.

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  20. Peggy Hickey says:

    My favorite movie to see on a Disney Cruise? …Well, not Titanic. But I wouldn’t mind seeing a Pirates of the Caribbean movie or two.
    I’m looking forward to the next video and the Butterbeer experience. I’d love to see more of Universal.
    Do you have any plans to video any of the international Disney parks like Disney Paris, or Japan’s Disney Seas? I’d love to see anything from them.

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  21. Gary Watson says:

    My movie woyld be “Some like it hot”, it’s so funny.
    Gary

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