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    Southern California
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    Travel, Outdoors
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    Eastern Caribbean Islands

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  1. Thank you all for the awesome ideas. Already picked up the fan, ordered more magnets for the room and swung by the dollar store store for the tea lights. 🙂 Looking forward to a great time on the cruise and some great sleep. Thank you again for your time and input. Happy Cruising
  2. You give me hope Obi Wan !!! 😉 .. Journey Cruise was amazing!
  3. just got off the Glory last month on the Journey cruise ... dont know I could do 12 days interior ... but good to know
  4. Great insight, I have to say that the nap part is appealing after a day ashore. Also finding a quiet spot is a great idea too. Told the wife we need to learn gin rummy or dominoes I guess. Good or bad, the experience will be part of the journey 🙂 Thank you
  5. So the wife and I just booked our first interior room on a 4 day Baja cruise. Options were limited so we took an aft 6th deck to avoid any possible overhead deck noise. We've always had balconies but wanted to expand our cruising experience and figured we could tolerate 4 days with an interior if its not to our liking. So looking for a little help from those that have sailed with interior cabins on what tips, tricks or hints that can be shared to making the most of the interior cabin on Carnival. Bring extra lights? A Fan? A Picture of a port hole ;-) Also, can you request a room fridge? just looking for anything you guys or gals would be willing to share that enhanced your stay in an interior cabin,. Much thanks in advance and happy sailing !!!
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