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    Celebrity, Norwegian
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  1. Once again a fantastic GSJ Norris. Loving the photography, commentary, humour and music references. I will freely admit however that opera is lost on me. Looking forward to the next one. Robert
  2. I have to admit, I thought the tour guide was pulling my leg when she mentioned a roundabout in the tunnel. But as they say seeing is believing. Awesome experience. Robert
  3. We were on the Norwegian Jade. As I said, it was a cruise that I didn't intend to take at that time but an incredible last minute deal and an easy going boss that supported a last minute vacation request made it impossible to pass. I had intended to go to Flam on a Norwegian cruise after seeing the Rick Steves "Norway in a Nutshell" show but this cruise did not go there. The rest of the cruise was fabulous. Robert
  4. Norris, gorgeous pictures from the Flamsbana. Our cruise didn't go to Flam last year and that is one spot that was on my Norwegian bucket list. It was a cruise that I didn't intend to take at that time, but the offer was just to good to refuse. We had an inside cabin which I never do, but we went to North Cape and the sun didn't set for about 5 days in the middle of the cruise so I went for the inside to have a dark cabin. Robert
  5. The little tourist trolley will take you to the top (for a fee) - so no walking required unless you want to. Robert
  6. Norris since you didn’t make it to the top here are some shots that I took las year Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. OK since we are playing Bob Marley Still loving the classic rock Norris Robert
  8. Norris, I was on the Celebrity Constellation about 10 or 11 years ago - so long ago that I was shooting film!, so not many pictures. We are in the process of slowly moving and all of my prints are in the other house. Our cruise started in Stockholm and the first thing I had to do when I got there was find a store that sold the last Harry Potter book for my daughter as it was published that day. She had been used to going to the midnight releases in the book store for the previous volumes as she had grown up with the books - strange how things like that stick in you mind. Robert
  9. Norris, recommend the sailaway through the Stockholm archipelago. Long and very scenic. Robert
  10. Checking in to the GSJ Norris. Great so far as usual Robert
  11. Thanks for the morning chuckle. Once again, it's the humour that make your reviews the best. Robert
  12. Hangs head in shame LOL. It was my second Oceania cruise with the first being a TA from Rome to Miami in 2017. I do like the line and will consider them in the future for unique itineraries, but there is not enough happening on sea days for Oceania to be my favourite cruise line. Celebrity usually has talented solo guitarists or duos in small bars around the ship that we enjoy following. Oceania does have high end food though and that is certainly a draw for me J Alas, there will be no review as I have neither your turn of phrase nor talent behind the lens. I am thoroughly enjoying this review however and reconsidering a visit to Cuba. As a Canadian it was always an option for me but I wasn’t interested until now. Eagerly following Robert
  13. I'm late. I'm late! I have a note from my ummm errr doctor since you didn't accept my mother's note last time (I can't imagine why) Actually we were on an Oceania cruise from Miami (where I missed you by two days) to Rio with an after trip to Iguazu Falls. Now that darned work thing is getting in the way. Happy to be aboard for another great GSJ (up to page 13). Robert
  14. Great collection of pictures Lou. Thanks for posting them. Robret
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