The first 11 days have be great, even though it was in the fifties in Ft. Lauderdale yesterday. We're on our way to Cozumel and the temperature is near 80 already. We'll be getting off the ship Monday to face the snow and cold in Wisconsin... . 14 days is about all the cruising I can take at one time - I'm to the point where food is something I don't want to think about--but I know I'll be hungry at the airport, wishing I was back at the Windjammer. I'll be checking in tomorrow--I have 90 free minutes of internet to use.
Sonny, I'd like to have a 14 day cruise right about now; we've not done more than a 7 day at one time but would like to do a longer one when work permits for the wife. Enjoy and, oh yes, the weather does look frigid for your return.
Hi Sonny, talking about food like that is how we felt last from cruising the Liberty last time. Good food is everywhere, you feel full just by looking at them by day 4. Then reality hit us while we were waiting for the flight home, we had to pay for some tasteless food from the airport. We just wish that we're still on board.
How formal was it on the formal night? My husband and I have 4 night cruise on NOS in February. I keep hearing people say that it's pretty casual on short cruises. Please let me know. Thanks.
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