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zoomerica

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About zoomerica

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    Cool Cruiser

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  • Location
    Silicon Valley
  • Interests
    cooking, wine, outdoor pursuits
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Cunard
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Trans Atlantic

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  1. Though I prefer QM2 to the sisters, one must think of where you will dock in foreign ports...due to her size, QM2 is often relegated to the more industrial parts of the port that can be farther from town.
  2. This is for Hambagahle, absolute reply fail lol Alaska from SJC is pretty painless...nice choice of local restaurants in the concourse. I have always had good luck out of there. One caveat. smaller town and airport than some of the international giants, but it can get busy at peak times so security can get behind. Other than that, easy access car wise, and the terminal is close to curb, no long walk out to the gates like LAX or something.
  3. During Inaugural Season of Majesty, I remember leaving at full speed due to Andrew hitting shore a few hours after departure. Was eerie seeing the difference to Miami just a week later when we returned. Captain even made mention of the added vibration as he was going all out to get away...I remember going to the front on the promenade and was amazed at the speed.... Also remember pulling up to Cozumel next to an old Celebrity ship and cheersing folks on that ship from Viking Crown. What they must have thought of this behemoth...
  4. I would like to recommend Reyka Vodka...it is grain based, but is made from glacial water in Iceland and is exceptionally smooth. Used to be a Titos man, but this is now preferred.
  5. Good Lord Andrew, Rick and York....whew. I feel like I need a break after your trip lol. You guys maximize your fun time and I dig it....I remember back when Oasis was being built and York and Andrew keeping the suite battle going. So awesome to see you guys out there doing it to the max!! Thanks for the thread and Scopes...makes a fun follow...
  6. Ha! Nights In White Satin brings memories of when I was an FM radio operator, we always had that cart at hand in case of emergency as it bought us roughly 7 minutes to get the station back on air. Enjoying this immensely, thank you for taking the time to write it.
  7. All is right in the world with Keith and Anne Marie aboard a Crystal ship...your excitement is palpable, and shared! Looking forward to an amazing experience through your eyes. Thanks again for doing these! Jake
  8. Awesome!! Good to sea you back to sea for an extended period Keith and Ann Marie.... Looking forward to this as your WC blogs are brilliant. Love reading and following along, thank you for doing this once again.
  9. It’s clearly way too big for our tastes, and the styling isn’t me, but overall I have to say it’s pleasing. I really like the forward thinking features. The tender dock island is brilliant. Good to see lines starting to look at everything for possible improvements.
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