This afternoon one of my boys was excited to see "the Mickey Mouse ship" docked in downtown San Diego. He recognized Disney and McDonalds at way too early of an age. One of his first words was "Costco". He knows his logos.
I was excited to see the ship too. There were several families in the park taking photos and talking with passengers they had delivered to the ship. The little kids had a love/hate relationship with the loud horn that seemed to be playing musical notes.
Seeing the ship today is great news for downtown San Diego. Disney cruise line would not come to San Diego in the past because the cruise terminal was run down and not up to their standards. The new terminal has lured them in.
The children friendly nature of San Diego and Disney are matched as easily as 1970's Geranimals. Keeping the two apart did not seem right. Kids want to get to Sea World and the world famous San Diego Zoo. Parents and grand parents want to have a relaxing drink after those activities. A luxury cruise line provides for all ages.
Walt probably didn't see the cruise line coming. He did see a Mouse marching all over the world. Why not the sea too?
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