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Old 08-10-2006, 02:20 PM
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Anyone have "MUST DO" for first time cruisers on the CARNIVAL CONQUEST?
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Old 08-10-2006, 02:33 PM
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Stingray tour in Grand Cayman. Piano Bar on ship..

Craps table in the casino... (of course that's just me.)

Chocolate buffet!! Watch out for the chocolate puffs.. they are strong!
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Stingray City is a must! If you're a golfer, and can get your wife to, uh, "allow" it, play Whitehaven in Jamaica, it's pricy though. If not allowed, Nigril beach is nice, or Margaritaville, or the 'falls.
The stage shows, "Formidable" if they are still doing that is really good, as is the juggler on the last night.

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Sting ray city is a must. One of the most unforgettable experiences in my life.

Try Captian Marvins online. He discovered sting ray city and is a fraction of the cost.
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Stingray City here too! I have not done but see so many People having Fun. It is so fun to watch the Video they make of the Cruisers. They play it on the closed circuit TV for everyone to see.
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Don't forget Cozumel. Must do is Chankanaab Park and shopping downtown!
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Hey folks,first time here. What great info. My question is about rum factory tours in Montego Bay. Has anyone visited and is it worth the time? Thanks.
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Hello J_Barnett. Welcome to cruise-chat! I am delighted you found us.

I've never done the rum tour, but if you mean the Appleton Estates tour I have heard it was very good. However it will eat up most of the time you are in port. RCCL shows it as being a 6.5 hour tour, with 3 of those hours devoted to just getting to and from the place.
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Dave, thanks for the info. Six and 1/2 hours takes care of that trip! Was more interested in buying some rum anyway, which I probably can do just about anywhere there. Any suggestions?
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It is probably most convenient to do it in the terminal building. When I was there in June, on the maiden voyage of the Freedom Of The Seas, Appleton had a tent on the pier handing out free samples!
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