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  1. That’s a great location to cruise! Weatherwise, your coolest port is likely to be Ushuaia and temperatures will probably be in low teens. Other, less southerly ports, could be much warmer (BA could be in low to mid 30s,,, it is summer there after all at end of Feb). As for best side of ship, I don’t think it really much matters but we like starboard but I can’t give you any firm explanation why. Probably best to choose a cabin that’s conveniently located according to your needs (ie. close to elevators, buffet, gym, midships whatever is important to you).
  2. We always plan on arriving at least the day before the cruise; we have come in two days early just to escape the cold weather for a little bit longer. We have been fortunate and have never experienced any significant weather related flight delays. As for lounging on Caribbean beaches in January, very seldom have things been cool enough for us that we could not do it.
  3. DUI will be troublesome for your friend; impaired driving is a criminal offence in Canada and he may be inadmissible.
  4. Ha, don’t bother. There is nothing there that will help you answer yor question(s). Sorry, did not want to waste your time.
  5. You can try the questionnaire here: https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/come-canada-tool.html Of course, there are all kinds of provisos associated with this thing...
  6. I think by ‘flat iron’ the story is about a ‘hair straightener’.
  7. Me, I always purchase some of the local currency for tips and small purchases.
  8. Ha.... I commented too soon. It’s gone off again!
  9. Seems to be working pretty well now.
  10. I’ve found that it is normally better than other lines; right now, I’d say there is something unusually wrong and would give them some time to fix things.
  11. Take the port side cabin for a more interesting view of Cartagena (as per Essiesmom). Otherwise, there is no great difference.
  12. You do not need an eTA for Canada, it’s for arrivals at Canadian airports only. You will need an ESTA for the United States. See this: https://www.cbp.gov/travel/international-visitors/esta I assume you are a UK citizen.....?
  13. Your wife should have her own Captain’s Club number and you should ensure it’s added to the reservation to keep everything straight. Do not depend on Celebrity to do any linking for you.
  14. I’d say say it’s a bad idea.
  15. http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/helpcentre/answer.asp?qnum=416&top=16 She does not ned a visa with Colombian passport and Green Card.
  16. Oatmeal; reminds of the glue we made at home when I was a kid.
  17. Fair enough. If you’re in Ottawa or Toronto or Montreal or Calgary, feel free to use Uber.
  18. Of course there is! I don’t know about St. John’s but Uber is alive and well in Ottawa.
  19. Ha!! More like need to be a psychic. Anyway, the OP has clarified the situation and ought to be satisfied that she and her group do not fall into the non-matching name bin.
  20. I read post 2. Certainly, that is a possible explanation and if the OP had described that scenario in her post then OK. All that was said was that some FB posters are saying you need a Marriage Certificate..... for what specific purpose?
  21. Come on now, what about everybody who is not married?
  22. Oh yes. Other than the few bridge stairs not a lot unlike moving around an airport.
  23. From the bus drop off it is a short walk with just the one bridge (as shown in the video). There are not to many stairs on the bridge... about 15 up and down; not a big problem for most people with one piece of wheeled luggage. My sister stayed at the Olimpia and we stayed at Hotel Arlecchino, which is the first hotel you see on the video after crossing the bridge. It was very good and I think it is affiliated with the Olimpia. Getting to people mover is simply retracing your steps and an easy walk.
  24. Possibly. I doubt we’ll ever find out....
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