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Old April 3rd, 2009, 12:54 PM
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Get separate cabins and a balcony if you can afford it. That makes cruising more enjoyable. Since you are all adults, make it easy on yourself and get second seating for dinner. That way when you get back from a long day ashore, you will have plenty of time to clean up, change for dinner and have a nice tropical drink for the sail-away. early diners almost always miss the sail-away which is , IMHO, one of the best parts of any cruise.

Passports are a book and they are good for ten years.

Enjoy You are in for a great time Bon voyage
Landlocked in Denver, but cruisin every chance we get.

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