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paulypride

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About paulypride

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    Staten Island, New York
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    Cruising, Baseball, Cooking, Animal Welfare
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Carnival
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Key West, FL

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  1. Taking this cruise over Halloween.
  2. Thanks everyone. I decided on Victory 4 day over Halloween I appreciate the insight. Will probably book Paradise in 2020 to go to Cuba.
  3. We just got off the Liberty two weeks ago, it was a very nice ship. We found the "Fun Squad" to be lacking, but the rest of the cruise was fantastic. I am leaning towards Victory only because it won't exist soon and that is a consideration. We live in NYC so flights to TPA or MIA won't be a drastic difference either way.
  4. So I am not sure if I want to book late April on the Paradise out of Tampa or the Victory out of Miami..... what would you all do and why?
  5. there were some structures of substantial construction, but most were just frame with plywood - not anything that would stand up to flames.
  6. wow, i was just there a week ago today! was my favorite private island i have been to so far 😞
  7. I just booked a cruise for 2019 on the Liberty. I haven't been on her yet, does anyone have the Fun Times for a 4 day cruise? Also my cruise will be going to Princess Cay, which I am happy and excited about - I have been to Half Moon a few times - have any of you been there as well?
  8. Best CD's we ever had: Donkey Salazar Malcolm Burns Average CD Trevor Block Cory Rodgers No Thanks, never again please CD Josh Weitzman Jace Apps Eli Sharplin
  9. I believe that Eataly Steakhouse was 34 usd Ristorante Italia was 31 usd
  10. Hi All - I know that these ships are the same class. I have sailed on the Connie, wondering what do you all think are the pluses or minuses of the Infinity compared to Connie. I will be on Infinity in November. Thanks! Pauly
  11. Me and my husband just booked the 4 night Divina in January. Have they done this run before? Has anyone been on it? If so what shows will be done, etc.... I would love to know. Thanks! Pauly
  12. Hi All - Just checking in and saying hello. We have two cruises booked for 2016 so far - October out of NYC on the Sunshine to Bermuda and November out of Ft Lauderdale on the Infinity to Bahamas Looking for a 4-5 day in January - probably out of Miami or Pt Canaveral to celebrate our 4th wedding anniversary!
  13. We have sailed twice on her. The pink in no way was jarring or disrupted my cruising pleasure. Is it over the top, yes...but so are most Carnival ships in some regard. Going to miss her when she goes to China in 2017!
  14. Is there lunch ever served in the Tuscan Grille or Oceanliners? I am leaving this coming Monday the 30th and would like to experience them possibly. Thanks
  15. Well very exciting that we will be getting a 2.0 ship here in NYC for 4 months a year in 2016 (note sarcasm) - I wish it would be here longer, but we will take what we can get. CARNIVAL SUNSHINE TO OPERATE UNIQUE SCHEDULE OF TWO- TO 10-DAY VOYAGES FROM NEW YORK JUNE TO OCTOBER 2016 Groundbreaking Fun Ship 2.0-Equipped Vessel Also to Offer Voyages from Norfolk, Charleston and Port Canaveral Next Summer and Fall MIAMI (March 16, 2015) – Carnival Sunshine – the first ship to feature all of the line’s spectacular Fun Ship 2.0 dining, bar and entertainment innovations – will offer a unique schedule from New York in 2016 encompassing 20 voyages departing between June and October 2016. This marks the first time that a Fun Ship 2.0-equipped ship will offer such a diverse itinerary schedule from the Big Apple with options ranging from value-packed two-day cruises to exciting 10-day Caribbean voyages. Carnival Sunshine will also offer a series of sailings from Charleston, S.C., and Norfolk, Va., in summer and fall 2016, providing exciting new cruise choices in these markets. Following these departures from New York, Charleston and Norfolk, Carnival Sunshine will return to its current homeport of Port Canaveral, Fla., to offer a schedule of five- to eight-day Caribbean voyages from the Space Coast beginning in November 2016. Guests sailing on these voyages can experience all that Carnival Sunshine has to offer, including a stunning three-deck-high Serenity adults-only retreat with its own pool and waterfall. The ship also features one-of-a-kind dining experiences like JiJi Asian Kitchen, a massive WaterWorks aqua park featuring the longest slide in the fleet, a SportSquare outdoor recreation area with a suspended ropes course, and innovative bar concepts like Havana Bar, all of which were added during a groundbreaking $155 million makeover. “Carnival Sunshine has an extraordinary array of guest features and facilities and will provide consumers and our valued travel agent partners with a wide range of itinerary choices from these highly attractive East Coast homeports,” said Christine Duffy, Carnival’s president. Carnival Sunshine’s 2016 schedule includes: New York • Two-day cruises departing June 18 and Oct. 8, 2016 • Four-day cruises to Saint John departing June 30 and July 28, 2016 • Five-day sailings to Saint John and Halifax departing June 20 and 25 and Oct. 10, 2016 • Seven-day Canada/New England cruises to Boston, Portland, Saint John and Halifax departing Sept. 3, 10, 17 and 24 and Oct. 15, 2016 • Seven-day Bermuda cruise featuring a three-day stay in King’s Wharf departing Oct. 1 • Eight-day Exotic eastern Caribbean voyages to San Juan, St. Thomas and Grand Turk departing July 4 and 20 and Aug. 17, 2016 • Eight-day Exotic eastern Caribbean voyages to Grand Turk, Half Moon Cay and Nassau or Amber Cove (Dominican Republic) departing July 12 and Aug. 1 and 9, 2016 • Nine-day Carnival Journeys voyage departing Aug. 25 and featuring San Juan, St. Maarten, St. Thomas and Grand Turk Charleston • Two-day cruise departing Nov. 11, 2016 • Four-day voyage to Nassau departing May 26, 2016 • Five-day Bahamas cruises to Nassau and Freeport departing May 21 and Nov. 6, 2016 • 10-day Carnival Journeys cruise departing May 30, 2016 and featuring St. Thomas, Antigua, Martinique, St. Kitts and San Juan Norfolk • Two-day cruises departing June 10 and Oct. 28 • Five-day voyage to Nassau and Freeport June 12 • Five-day Bermuda cruise overnighting in King’s Wharf Oct. 23 • Six-day Bahamas cruise to Nassau, the private Bahamian island of Half Moon Cay and Freeport departing Oct. 30 Port Canaveral • Five-day cruises to Freeport, Nassau and Half Moon Cay departing Nov. 14, 2016, Jan. 8, Feb. 19 and April 2 and 23, 2017 • Five-day cruises to Amber Cove and Grand Turk departing Dec. 26, 2016, Jan. 19 and March 12, 2017 • Seven-day eastern Caribbean sailings to Amber Cove, St. Thomas, San Juan and Grand Turk departing Nov. 19 and Dec. 3, 2016 • Seven-day western Caribbean cruise to Costa Maya, Mahogany Bay, Belize and Cozumel departing Nov. 26, 2016 • Eight-day southern Caribbean cruises visiting Aruba, Curacao and Grand Turk departing Dec. 31, 2016, Jan. 21, March 4 and 25, and April 28, 2017 • Eight-day southern Caribbean voyages to Aruba, Bonaire and Grand Turk departing Dec. 10, 2016, Feb. 3 and April 15, 2017 • Eight-day eastern Caribbean cruises to Grand Turk, San Juan, St. Kitts and St. Maarten departing Dec. 18, 2016, Jan. 13, Feb. 11 and 24, March 17 and April 7, 2017 • Nine-day Carnival Journeys voyage visiting St. Kitts, Barbados, St. Lucia and St. Maarten departing April 29, 2016 In 2015, Carnival Splendor will operate a series of four- to eight-day voyages from New York to the Caribbean, New England and eastern Canada and two- to seven-day departures from Norfolk to The Bahamas and Bermuda. Carnival Sunshine replaces Carnival Splendor on the line’s departures from New York and Norfolk in 2016. Additional information on the future homeport of Carnival Splendor will be provided in the near future. Unforgettable Experiences Onboard and Ashore Each of these destinations offers a variety of exciting landside experiences, including world-class beaches, unique dining, shopping and sightseeing opportunities, interesting landmarks and attractions and a rich history and cultures. While aboard Carnival Sunshine, guests can enjoy the ship’s luxurious Cloud 9 Spa, savor delicious culinary choices like the Fahrenheit 555 steakhouse, the Cucina del Capitano family-style Italian restaurant, and Guy’s Burger Joint developed in tandem with Food Network personality Guy Fieri. Guest can also enjoy fun entertainment options like the Punchliner Comedy Club presented by George Lopez, audience favorite Hasbro, The Game Show, and high-tech Playlist Productions shows. In addition to unforgettable experiences both on board and ashore, these sailings depart from three highly convenient homeports, providing consumers with an easy and affordable means for getting to and from their “Fun Ship” cruise. Three Carnival Sunshine voyages – the nine-day cruise departing Port Canaveral April 29, 2016, the 10-day cruise departing May 30, 2016 from Charleston and the nine-day voyage departing Aug. 25, 2016 from New York – are part of the line’s recently announced Carnival Journeys series that feature exceptional ports and unique on-board experiences showcasing local cuisine, entertainment and cultural opportunities. Enrichment seminars focusing on photography, cooking, arts and crafts, social media and celestial navigation, along with a 1980s-themed “Throwback Sea Day” and question and answer sessions with shipboard personnel, will also be offered. Carnival Sunshine will operate three previously announced Carnival Journeys adventures in 2015-16 – an 11-day voyage departing Port Canaveral Nov. 28, 2015, a 10-day cruise departing San Juan Dec. 9, 2015, and a 13-day voyage departing Port Canaveral Feb. 21, 2016. The six Carnival Journeys cruises operated by Carnival Sunshine are the most of any Carnival ship.
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