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Cruiserkenn

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  • Location
    Chicago
  • Interests
    Cruisin' hikin' drinkin' !!
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Princess
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Alaska

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  1. At Crown Grill, I always have Silverado Sauvignon Blanc with fish or seafood. Fantastic! Also at Crown Grill, with steak or lamb chops, I have Silverado Cabernet. I have also had the much more expensive Opus One. While Opus One is quite good, very smooth, I didn't think it was all that much better than Silverado. Before my cruise was cancelled last March, I was planning to try Jordan Cabernet and Chappellet Merlot.
  2. I am sure that fond memories are in the minds of many, from these ships. Good times, too! I know they were not like our new ships, but in their day...
  3. OP - Thanks for this post. What an unusual and seldom seen topic. I learned so much by reading the article. The pictures were sobering! Makes me thankful for all of the nice cruises I have been so fortunate to enjoy.
  4. Great picture of the Grand! Thanks for posting! I love the views from those aft facing cabins.
  5. Thanks for the great picture of the Star and presumably The Captain of the Rowboat:)
  6. I have been on 14 Alaska cruises, all on Princess Grand Class ships. The Grand Class ships are wonderful for Alaska: the sheltered promenade decks are perfect for viewing the scenery. I have sailed from Seattle, Vancouver, and San Francisco on: Grand, Star, Ruby, Emerald, Sapphire, and Diamond. (Oooh, I forgot. I have also been to Alaska on Dawn and Sun, both of which also had nice sheltered promenade decks. I have also been to Alaska on the original Star, in addition tot he current Star.) Go for it! Princess Alaska cruises are wonderful!
  7. I enjoyed watching this episode of Columbo! Enjoyed seeing the original Sun Princess, too. The original Sun Princess was my first cruise, back in 1988. So fun to see the ship again!
  8. The original Sun Princess was my very first cruise, back in 1988. Dinners in the dining room were fab! Pasta was delicious! The itinerary was: Miami - St. Martin - Martinique - St. Thomas - concluding in San Juan. What a trip!
  9. Great pics! Thanks for posting! As mentioned, it makes me want to cruise!
  10. The OP mentioned Honolulu. I love the Honolulu shore excursions! Pearl Harbor, Battleship Missouri, Pacific Aviation Museum, all great! Not to mention the flight seeing tour, allowing a bird's eye view of Pearl Harbor and the USS Arizona. I love it! Count me in!
  11. I was up at the Internet Cafe in the evening, several times, last fall. It was always quiet and subdued. Being under it should be fine. The Pacific Princess is great!
  12. I should add that it was super nice having easy access to the buffet, just one deck up. Fantastic!
  13. We had mini 8010 last fall. It was great! Totally quiet and peaceful. You can't go wrong with a Pacific Princess mini!
  14. I agree with Tony, about not drinking IN the pool. Thanks, Tony!
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