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JHU

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About JHU

  • Rank
    Cool Cruiser

About Me

  • Location
    Baltimore
  • Interests
    Travel
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Celebrity/Azamara
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Bermuda/Barbados
  1. Not sure why Celebrity has changed a successful program. I've taken the 14-day New England/Canada cruise five times. It appears the cruise has been shortened to 12 days and some offerings leave Quebec City early in the morning. This is a shame. Boston seems to be 'hot' at this time perhaps that's why the Cape Liberty cruises a sparse.
  2. The original 'glass beach' is near St. George's; this one is near the Dockyard.
  3. Remember when Cunard was criticized for being all about accommodations by class, for being elitist? Well, I'm feeling like the steerage equivalent on Celebrity with the open, enjoyable areas of the ships being taken over for more suites, etc. Have a Royal and B2B on Celebrity this year, but also Princess and Holland America for 2020.
  4. :hearteyes: Btank: I LOVE you for your kindness and your love for Aunt Sister and your brother, Mark. Thanks for the comment about the frustrating way the cruise lines handle the Grand Cayman tours. Two years ago, I friend and I demanded refunds after waiting an hour in the heat and the bus had not yet arrived. Regarding Cuba: I did a marvelous Azamara 10-night Intensive Cuba (plus Key West) cruise this past March/April. Six marvelous nights in Cuba: three in Havana and then Cienfuegos/Trinidad and Santiago de Cuba. Azamara is cruising to Cuba this year and maybe next but not in 2020. The ship is small (under 700 very well-travelled passengers [not me so much]) with great service. I took all the ships tours but many others did not. Go before access is closed off to us again. Beautiful architecture, 50/60's cars, exquisite churches (my thing), nice people. I did the touristy old cars, the Tropicana, the Club Parsien and enjoyed every minute. If you go, take Euros or Canadian money....save on the 13% conversion fee on US money. But GOOOOO! I the pleasure of spending time with a passenger who emigrated with his family when he was 13; it was special hearing how he found his parents' and his aunts' former homes, etc.
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