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regenerationx

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About regenerationx

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    Cool Cruiser

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    Vancouver
  1. A beautiful, multi level soaring atrium like they have on the Breeze. I want to be impressed when I first set foot on the ship! Sent from my iPhone using Forums
  2. As a solo cruiser, I have to pay for the whole cabin, a single supplement of 100%. By some sort of miracle, I was able to book a back to back (eastern and western 7 day cruises) in a very large outside cabin 2477 aboard the Liberty without paying this single supplement in January 2014. It was an amazing experience. I felt like I got two cruises for the price of one! Sent from my iPhone using Forums
  3. A “non tropical” cruise to New England and Canada, would certainly be a different experience. I’m waiting for the fall 2020 itineraries to appear. It would take me to a part of my own country, I’ve never been to, Atlantic Canada. It’s a great idea. Sent from my iPhone using Forums
  4. Some ports like Cozumel really lend themselves to return visits. There is a large variety of activities and experiences. Others like Grand Turk are quite small. I’ve been there three times in 7 cruises. Then again, there are worse places to revisit than Grand Turk! Sent from my iPhone using Forums
  5. I had originally considered this cruise because of the French Islands I’ve never visited. It’s fantastic itinerary. I’m sure you’ll have a lovely time. Sent from my iPhone using Forums
  6. Traveling is one of my passions and many of my friends are surprised that I enjoy cruising as I mostly travel independently, to far flung locations, stay at Airbnb’s, eat at local restaurants and enjoy culture, history, architecture. I travel very “economically ” and often. I call cruising my “easy” holiday. I love Carnival, I like the relative predictability of the experience. It’s like Starbucks, I know when I order a coffee at one of their stores in Tokyo or Miami, it’s going to be exactly what I want it to be. I’ve done things on a cruise such as zip lining, kayaking, helmet diving that I really wouldn’t do anywhere else. My rule with booking cruises is that there has to be at least one port I’ve never been to. I collect new locations as a hobby. It’s getting harder as I take more cruises! I’m going on my 8th cruise in November, a journey cruise on the Breeze. New ports!!! Are there any new ports you’d like to add to your collection?
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