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Old 03-15-2007, 10:40 AM
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thanx!
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Don't forget, the most experienced cruisers are here on this link; having done many more cruises that any agent will ever do, and they will be very honest. I agree with goin' crusin' that the best thing (it never changes from cruise to cruise) is getting up in the morning, opening that balcony door and huging your gal and having a good cup of coffee to welcome a new morning. Don't forget that after dinner drink before bedtime looking at the stars and thinking about the next day in paradise..

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Old 03-16-2007, 09:02 AM
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thank you peter. well said
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Old 03-26-2007, 07:42 AM
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Just wondering when you were thinking about cruising cause there's a good deal on the Empress of the Seas...repositioning cruise out of Philly...9 days....check it out under repositioning cruise. Got ours at $399.00 + taxes...well worth the money. Bermuda, st. thomas, st. maarten, mayaguez P.R. and San Juan for disembarkation. Booked through vacationstogo.com

Good luck and happy sailing
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Old 03-26-2007, 07:43 AM
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Sorry..guess you need the dates right? My bad.

Oct. 27th 2007 sailing.
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Old 03-28-2007, 08:09 AM
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So you are planning your first cruise, congratulations! Did you know that close to 45% of the passengers on a cruise ship are first time cruisers just like you?

To determine which category of cruise ship is best you need to decide if you and your lady are the type of people who like to party on a rock and roll cruise ship or are you the hopeless romantic.

Lets explain about cruise ships. Each Cruise Line offers various categories of ships, the key here is to find one that meets your needs and is appropriate for yourself and the others that are going to be with you.

This can be done very easily by contact a travel agent or checking out the cruise lines, right online.

Good luck and hope you have lots of fun.
 
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