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About gdisney

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    Northern California
  • Interests
    Like to travel when I can, hiking or going to Disneyland are at the top of the list.
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Prciness, Carnival, RCI
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  1. I know there's a Residence Inn by Marriott like one mile away from the Long Beach cruise terminal...
  2. Oh how fun! Hope you have a great time. These shorter 4 day trips are great for first time cruisers, to see how you like it. And although this is an older ship, I really do think they've done a great job in refreshing it to make it feel newer.
  3. It wasn't that bad actually. I got a good rate for the cruise fare as this was a non-peak time to go. I actually was going to go to the singles mixers they had on three of the nights, but they weren't until 11pm. And frankly that's a but past my bed time 😉 But I had a fun time doing my own thing, and in some ways it was kind of nice not having to worry about anyone else. Dining in the MDR was okay; even when you have a table by yourself the tables are pretty close together so you can talk to other people if you want. Though I'm naturally a social introvert, I did meet a few people and chatted
  4. Oh I didn’t make it to that, but you must be right.
  5. Hey folks - just disembarked the Inspiration yesterday. Here's my long-winded thoughts on the trip: This cruise was a four-night trip on the Carnival Inspiration, round trip from Long Beach, visiting Catalina Island and Ensenada. This was my 16th cruise lifetime, and 4th on Carnival. My most recent cruises were on Princess; my last cruise on Carnival was about two years ago. This was my first cruise as a solo (divorced) traveler. I picked this trip simply because the timing worked out, and the price was right. Even having to pay double occupancy fare, with taxes, port fees and grat
  6. I totally missed your previous post. Thanks!
  7. The information sheet on it says it's available for cruises through July 31, 2020. I don't know if that means they WON'T add in a credit yet for sailing dates later than that. I imagine they have that date just in case they ever want to make changes to the benefits. (perhaps you can report back on what you find out here!)
  8. You have to submit it no later than three weeks out, according to their 2019-2020 shareholder benefit info page.
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