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Old September 19th, 2013, 01:27 PM
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No, not yet, which is one of the major reasons why we're so excited about doing this cruise. It's been too long since we've been on a Carnival cruise and we've been needing to go on one. (We were on the Carnival Pride 3 years ago.) But there are so many cruise lines, so many ships, and so many ports that it's tough to try them all. Of course, it's alot of fun to try as many as we can and we do try to go out about 3 - 4 times a year. We did our 25-day Asian Odyssey earlier this year, which ate up alot of budget, but we did get to cruise on the completely renovated Grandeur of the Seas and now get to do the Carnival Glory. So we'll end up with a good year of varying experiences.

All this talk about the Glory is making me want to go right now! I don't want to wait 2-1/2 months!!

We were talking to our Azamara rep two days ago and we're trying to plan a cruise with them for next year - just not sure if it'll be in Europe, Asia, or So. America. That'll break the budget for next year!

But we're also discussing doing the new MSC Divina early next year as we've never done an MSC cruise and now that they're going to have a full-time presence out of Florida to the Caribbean, it's important to experience them.

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