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Old 03-22-2007, 10:39 PM
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Thanks for all of your advice. I am a first timer as of June 8 2007. getting married the day before in MO. and going to Bahams the next day. I love all the tips and warnings that I can get. My wife to be is a little nervous. so the more we know the better. Her first too.
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Thanks for all of your advice. I am a first timer as of June 8 2007. getting married the day before in MO. and going to Bahams the next day. I love all the tips and warnings that I can get. My wife to be is a little nervous. so the more we know the better. Her first too.
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First marriage, or first cruise? Or both! Congratulations!
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tg... congratulations. Chances are you're going to become hooked on cruising. For our 10th wedding anniversary (10 yrs. ago) my husband made arrangements to have a bottle of champagne waiting in the room on ice. Along with the champagne was a lovely congratulatory card from the cruise line and a red rose. It was a wonderful surprise and I've kept the card all these years. That was our first cruise. We've been doing cruises ever since. In our opinion, it's the only way to travel. No worries about where to go to dinner, where to drive, directions to get there, etc. You will be pampered on the ship and it's a great feeling. I believe if you wanted to bring a bottle of champagne on board with you instead of ordering through the cruise line, you may do so since it's your honeymoon. Happy Sailing !
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First marriage, or first cruise? Or both! Congratulations!


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