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kitty2264

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About kitty2264

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    Cool Cruiser

About Me

  • Location
    Lawrence, KS
  • Interests
    gardening, grandchildren
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Princess
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Caribbean

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  1. We are looking forward to our first full suite experience on the Enchanted in November.
  2. You asked about 2023 sailings? My PVP told me the Fall & Winter 2022 Caribbean cruises should be available in May. 2023 sailings would likely be a year after that.
  3. Funny, after all this time, even standing in line outside the sanctuary sounds good.
  4. Princess indicates in their Alaska cancellations release that they will automatically rebook passengers on the same cruise for 2022. The question that occurs to me is that those cruises for 2022 are already available for booking and at least partially filled. Therefore, where will those rebooked passengers go? Will they bump passengers already reserved for 2022 sailings? I wouldn't think so.
  5. The main difference besides the slightly larger square footage is the mini suite comes with a full size couch while the balcony only has a side chair. It also has a full size bathtub. Add-ons would do nothing to enhance or minimize the difference. You do get a sail away glass of champagne in the mini suite.
  6. I really love and miss walking through that black door at the port that leads to the gangway. Beyond that, pretty much everything is just "icing on the cake".
  7. I look at those most every day. I also find St. Marten and Nassau pretty soothing. https://www.portstmaartenwebcam.com/ https://www.portnassauwebcam.com/
  8. Can anyone describe the experience of disembarking at Port Everglades during a b2b cruise. I'm curious about getting back in to secure area at the port if we walk into Ft. Lauderdale to shop. Also when getting back to the ship do we simply get in line with arriving passengers or is there a different arrangement for reboarding (in-transit) passengers.
  9. We really didn't find the lights objectionable. The light was very soft and didn't pose any problem in our cabin, and we were directly under them. That is in our opinion, of course.
  10. We were in cabin R422 directly under the Sea Walk on the Regal Princess. The pics show you exactly how much light pervades the balcony.
  11. I come from a family with 11 children. Every Christmas eve we all would gather at Dad's house in the country for a party. Each sibling would bring way too much food and treats and the day was spent eating and opening gifts and usually an impromptu touch football game, weather permitting. Christmas Day would then be spent with our individual families for our own private celebrations, but invariably almost everyone would eventually would show up out at Dad's so he wouldn't be alone on Christmas Day. Dad passed away a couple years ago and that Christmas dynamic was lost so we all
  12. Reading the article from CNN about cruise resumption in US waters shows some hope for future cruising. One item caught my attention was the idea of "mock cruises". "Later phases involve "mock voyages," with volunteers playing the role of passengers to test virus mitigation strategies on trips. Once ships have met certain requirements, they will be certified to begin operations with real passengers." I have to wonder where these "volunteers" will come from and where might I sign up.
  13. I'm older than you, I guess. We only got two cents a bottle when I was a kid but tootsie pops were two cents also so it worked out, unless I had my little brother tagging along, then I had to search twice as long.
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