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jiminyC_fan

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    Colorado
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    Viking
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Norway

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  1. I would go back to Norway for a long road trip and explore every inch of it.
  2. Hope this helps you.....Historic Berlin Duration: 12 hours Tour Price: $199.00 Times: 06:30am-06:30pm See the major sights of Berlin during this fascinating panoramic excursion. After an escorted train ride, meet your guide at the Berlin train station. Begin with a photo stop at the Berlin Wall and explore the old St. Nicolas Quarter. Pass Checkpoint Charlie and see the Red City Hall of Schöneberg where President Kennedy declared "Ich bin ein Berliner" in 1963. At the Allied Museum, browse the exhibits chronicling the Allied occupation of Berlin between 1945 and 1952. Next, visit the fam
  3. Iconic Sights sounds like it might be very similar. I will try and search out to see if I still have any info on it.
  4. We went on the Viking optional Historic Berlin and extremely happy we did so.
  5. Sad part by relying on a temperature is that there are many people like myself that runs a low temperature. I am consistently 96.8. I would actually be running a temp at 98.6 and could easily sneak by the authorities. For the record, I don't have another booked cruise at this time.
  6. Just like the others, we love that they don't have different loyalty levels. We are all treated equal.
  7. We took the Historic Berlin and LOVED it. We did our own thing in Eidfjord which ended up one of our favorite days. We took a beautiful walk that the town has mapped out for people. It was a great way to get away from crowds, buses and time schedules. We would absolutely do it again. In Stavanger, we went to Pulpit Rock on our own using Rodne or Norled. Can't remember which one we ended up with. It's cheaper and the only difference is that Viking goes to shore and serves a waffle. Mighty expensive waffle, LOL. In St Petersburg, I organized a group from here and used Alla Tours. MU
  8. I'm pretty sure that he has no intention of pulling the offender to the side to have a talk with him. So yes, it's public, not private. I feel it's shaming. Feel free to call it what you want. I've suffered with Norovirus so I understand the severity of it but I still wouldn't call someone out at the entrance of a restaurant with people coming and going. All I'm asking is to use discretion when approaching someone. It's not that difficult. Like the judge on People's Court likes to point out , "quien es mas macho".
  9. I understand the need for sanitizing and agree with it 100%. What I don't agree with is the "big man on campus" attitude of some (that that I have been reading on CC) that feel the need to approach others and shame them. Maybe approach the staff and tattle on the offending person. They can take the offender aside privately.
  10. Without hesitation! Not sure why I wouldn't??
  11. I have a friend and her husband who both work for Viking. They told me that Viking is an excellent company to work for. They have worked for other companies that she doesn't claim to be great. That's good enough for me!
  12. I don't see it as stingy. I believe a larger volume agency can afford it. A small ma and pa shop probably couldn't. Our very first Viking cruise we got 50.00 OBC from an agent working out of his home. I learned from someone here about their TA (large agency) and booked the next one using them. We got 1500.00 pp reduction on our cruise. That was before Viking decided against TA's discounting the fare.
  13. I agree with you 100%.
  14. I understand because I, too get worked up over excuses on not tipping.
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