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We did the Canada New England Cruise last year after a 4 Night stay in New York, We had our ESTA's sorted and was checked upon our arrival at JFK. This caused no problem it was a breeze.


On the Cruise after sailing up to Nova Scotia we had to do immigration again when entering Boston, Customs Officals boarded the Ship and we joined the long queue. We might have been in line for an hour but it flew by really.


It was the Offical we were assigned to, his Day must have been 48 Hours long do these people have no face muscles, resulting in the inability to smile. If I was in that position I would Gladly jump over board and end all my Misery.


Next year we are doing San Franscisco and read through C.C. we might encounter a long wait :(

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