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Old July 9th, 2008, 02:28 PM
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'Also, is a 14-day cruise too much of a chunk to bite off for newbies first cruise? "

Probably not. But if it is your first cruise, you might be ahead to actually talk one-on-one with an experienced travel agent to get an idea about what you want.

For a cruise of that length, especially to Hawaii a balcony is a real advantage, and a starboard room would give you a better view of Kilauea at night and so forth. A room amidships would have a little less motion if that is a concern, and the food on Holland America would be better than on Princess -- and on and on. I'd talk to the travel agent personally for my first. (IMHO)
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