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flagmom

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    Mississippi
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    travel
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    HAL and Carnival
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  1. We're supposed to sail out of Fort Lauderdale on the Volendam on March 22. Thank you for keeping us posted on the progress of your cruise--please especially let us know about port closings. Have a great time!
  2. Thank you for your generous offer to share your walking tour of Old San Juan. I too would like to receive the info. Please send to anlimc01@gmail.com Many thanks!!
  3. I second this advice! We did this cruise on the Zuiderdam in March and it was wonderful. This shore excursion is great because you see the canal from two vantage points: the deck of the cruise ship and up close and personal from your tour boat. You can even reach out and touch the walls of the canal as you lock down on the Pacific end.
  4. A few people on our ship's roll call wondered about what to see as the ship left New Orleans. So thought we'd share this information to the New Orleans departure board for those of you on other cruise lines. “Enjoying the Mississippi River from a cruise ship out of New Orleans” By Rod and Leslie Lincoln [information accurate as of January 4, 2019] Being native Louisianians, we really enjoy cruising from New Orleans. The Mississippi River portion of the cruise has quite a few notable sites to see all the way down to the mouth of the river. The true mouth of the
  5. We will be visiting Limon, Costa Rica in March aboard the Zuiderdam, and have been looking for shore excursions that include seeing the actual workings of a banana plantation. Some of the tours we've seen from various vendors say they visit a banana plantation, but then when you read the reviews the visit was just pulling over on the side of the road and looking at the trees from the vehicle. One review I read said that the banana companies, such as Dole, no longer allow tours from independent operators to visit their facilities, that you can only do it via a ship's tour. Has anyone been on an
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