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sue d. miller

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About sue d. miller

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    Cape Coral, Florida
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  1. First I want to say that lots of groups & businesses charter ships and passengers are displaced. It is terrible for the passengers displaced but I do not think the lines will stop chartering anytime soon. I live in Cape Coral & this guy, not dealership, has helped this community in so many ways, not just to the city, but the state as well and several Charities. When he gave away cars people came from all over the state & they had to shut down Pine Island road. When I post something I want to be able to back it up. This is from newspapers after he first arrived here & he is still giving. They cannot all be lying. He is a business man doing wonderful things. He is doing just fine without advertising anywhere, especially here. He is paying back. So blast me if you want, I can take it:D http://preview.search.aol.com/aol/search?enabled_terms=&s_it=comsearch51&q=Fuccillo+Kia+Cape+Coral+gave+matching+funds
  2. Thank you:) I have never been to Burmuda so having the cam is awesome. We are faithful viewers of all the port sailaways:D PTZtv is the best.
  3. A Whisper in someone's ear would be appreciated:p Thanks Emmy.
  4. Emmy any chance PTZtv can pick up Tampa??
  5. Florida spring break is March 25-29. Prices look good on your date:D Love the Jewel:p
  6. http://pier66.hyatt.com/hyatt/hotels-pier66/index.jsp?extCorporateId=
  7. One formal night & it is the second night of the cruise. There are two captains, Captain James McDonald and Captain Thore Thorolvsen. They rotate on a 10 week schedule.
  8. Freedom. Awesome ship & awesome crew:D
  9. Security Guide The Cruise Vessel Security and Safety Act requires cruise lines which operate in United States waters to make a Security Guide available to guests. This Security Guide is provided pursuant to that United States law. The safety and security of our guests and crew is our highest priority. Allegations of crime, missing person reports and medical emergencies are taken seriously and we are committed to responding in an effective and caring manner for those involved. Each of our ships is staffed with dedicated security and medical teams to respond to alleged crimes and medical situations, respectively. They are onboard, on duty and available at all times. Should you become aware of someone being injured or of unsafe or possibly illegal behavior during your cruise vacation, it is very important that you immediately report this to the ship's management. This may be done by calling the ship's emergency telephone number listed in the directory of services in your stateroom; or by calling or going to the Guest Services / Guest Relations Desk. If you do not immediately report an injury or unsafe/illegal behavior this delay may cause ship's personnel to be unable to effectively respond to the situation and unable to properly preserve information or evidence that could assist law enforcement's investigation and prosecution of those responsible. As a company, we report crime allegations to law enforcement so they can investigate and prosecute to the fullest extent of the law, regardless of where in the world the ship is located at the time of the incident. Crime allegations are reported to law enforcement officials in the next port of call, as well as to the nation where our ships are flagged. We also report allegations of crime to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and United States Coast Guard (USCG), in compliance with United States laws. According to United States federal law, on international voyages that embark or debark in the United States, Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. (and other cruise lines) is required to report onboard felonies and missing United States nationals to federal agencies. For a missing United States national and all serious felonies (homicide, suspicious death, kidnapping, assault with serious bodily injury, sexual assaults as defined by federal laws, firing or tampering with the vessel, or theft of money or property in excess of $10,000) the incident must be reported to the FBI by telephone as soon as possible, to the United States Department of Homeland Security electronically and to the USCG in writing. These requirements apply to onboard incidents that occur while the ship is in United States territorial waters, or on the high seas or in foreign waters if the victim or perpetrator is a United States national. The FBI can assert criminal jurisdiction in all of these circumstances. Each of the nations visited, as well as the vessel's nation of registry, may also assert jurisdiction and impose additional reporting requirements. United States law also requires us to provide you the following information. For cruises embarking or debarking in the United States, you may independently contact the FBI or USCG for incidents arising any time during the voyage. For incidents within state or foreign waters or ports you may, in addition, contact local law enforcement authorities. Contact information for these entities along with contact information for a third party victim advocacy group and the locations of United States Embassies and Consulates for the ports we plan to visit during United States oriented voyages is being made available to you. If you need assistance in locating this information or if you find this information has changed since publication or is incorrect, please contact Guest Services / Guest Relations immediately. Security Guide contact list
  10. Well 1068 has a small balcony if it matters but is close to the elevators, could have noise from deck above. 7602 has a little larger odd shaped balcony, is over the champagne bar below, could be noisy. 8586 is mid hump, smaller balcony but great views and very close to the elevator. Plus you are in between two decks of cabins so no noise. I would pick 8586:)
  11. There are usually two boats. One is mellow going by the side of the ship, the wild one is zipping around the ship at warp speed all over the place:D
  12. I watch that guy every week on the webcam:D He is a hoot:p
  13. The outside Windjammer area is non smoking because of food. The pool area has smoking tables on the starboard side as is all other outside smoking areas. Portside outside areas are all non smoking.
  14. From a Mom, grand & great grand mom, doesn't have to be big. Just tell her she is the Best Mom & how lucky you are to have her. Then give her a HUGE HUG:D
  15. Yes they will & you can still use the hotel facilites until you leave. Same as getting to the hotel early & room not ready they will put your luggage in a locked holding room. We have done it many times.
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