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ilikewhatisgood

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About ilikewhatisgood

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    Cool Cruiser

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  • Location
    Orlando, FL
  • Interests
    Foodie
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Disney, Celebrity
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Caribbean

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  1. Malbec said “my husband” so I figured... I’m new here so I will stay out of it 😬😜
  2. I think there’s an unnecessary “ganging up” on Malbec. We should be able to reread her posts with a bit more of goodwill and not so much in a negative light and be kind to one another.
  3. Thanks! Definitely after maximizing points rather than cash back now that we are about to become empty nesters. We don’t fly often and don’t stay at hotels often either (maybe 3 times a year) but are looking forward to cruise 4-6 times a year. We want to try Oceania, Viking and Seabourn. We are already booked for Crystal and Azamara.
  4. Has anyone compared these 2 credit cards Chase Saphire Reserve vs Amex Platinum as far as which is more advantageous for frequent cruisers?
  5. Thanks so much! We booked 2 cruises on Crystal and are looking forward to experience it!
  6. Do you prefer their R ships to the O ships? We are trying to book our very first Oceania cruise and are debating that... 7 nights only.
  7. Our son is a Buckeye. I think I had already told you that. Living in Hilliard now :))
  8. I'm CURIOUS... On a world cruise, roughly, what percentage of days you get "good sea days" vs "rough sea days"? Thank you!
  9. December 14 2019 San Juan to Miami and we also booked December 2 2020, both on Serenity.
  10. Thank you. When is your sailing Caviargal? Can you please post a quick review or your opinion after sailing? I am very interested in knowing as we booked Viking for November 2020. Thank you!
  11. Can you please clarify this? They include excursions but only have so many spots so it's a first serve first come and once they're "filled" you end up with nothing?
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