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Let me chime in here. A belated bon voyage to Sally since you must be sailing in Mexico by now. Have fun on the ship! Also bon voyage to Clive and Eileen on your South America cruise. You'll have a great time!

Yvonne, I am shocked at how much your NZ cruise was changed. That must have been some crazy weather! It would have been really inconvenient to arrive back in Sydney 3 hours late when we were there. The weather during our cruises in October, November and early December was so good it was spooky. We only missed Bay of Islands due to swells.

We returned yesterday from our week in the Caribbean on the Veendam. It was a good time, but a very relaxing cruise. In St. Thomas we walked from Havensight to downtown Charlotte Amalie, so that was our exercise for the week. In San Juan we took a short tour from the pier, and in Turks and Caicos we just walked around a bit. Oh, I forgot to mention that HAL substituted St. Thomas for Tortola shortly before sailing. Apparently Tortola isn't ready for tourists quite yet.

Next month we are scheduled to be back in San Juan and Tortola again so let's see if we get bumped again out of Tortola.

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[quote name='StLouisCruisers']Let me chime in here. A belated bon voyage to Sally since you must be sailing in Mexico by now. Have fun on the ship! Also bon voyage to Clive and Eileen on your South America cruise. You'll have a great time!

Yvonne, I am shocked at how much your NZ cruise was changed. That must have been some crazy weather! It would have been really inconvenient to arrive back in Sydney 3 hours late when we were there. The weather during our cruises in October, November and early December was so good it was spooky. We only missed Bay of Islands due to swells.

We returned yesterday from our week in the Caribbean on the Veendam. It was a good time, but a very relaxing cruise. In St. Thomas we walked from Havensight to downtown Charlotte Amalie, so that was our exercise for the week. In San Juan we took a short tour from the pier, and in Turks and Caicos we just walked around a bit. Oh, I forgot to mention that HAL substituted St. Thomas for Tortola shortly before sailing. Apparently Tortola isn't ready for tourists quite yet.

Next month we are scheduled to be back in San Juan and Tortola again so let's see if we get bumped again out of Tortola.[/quote]


None of the shortened days was due to weather which was perfect for the whole trip. The days' new times were given to us in our cabins on embarkation day so obviously something they knew was changing things for the worse. People have said it may be because we were AT THE START being A day late using ports which we had not booked and they may have to have made changes but after Auckland when we were back to normal dates they still had very short days. Perhaps the ship was doing some maintenance as we travelled and this meant we were travelling slower than normal but who knows?


Bon voyage everyone who will be travelling soon I am starting to sort out clothes for India and UK as we have got our Indian visas (only took 72 hours) and still favouring the right hand so slower going

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My upcoming stop in Tortola on the Prinsendam Grand Med and Africa Voyage has been replaced with Cruz Bay, St. John, USVI so I'm going to have to wait to see Tortola. :( But St. John is beautiful so not a problem.

I was able to finally update my cruise profile (seen in my signature). It's been off-line since I returned from my Caribbean cruise. Cruise-Ships.com seems to have a lot of problems staying on-line! We added a cruise in Nov. 2019 to the Amazon on the Prinsendam. Let's see if we actually make it this time. We've booked it two other times and had to cancel, once so our daughter and son-in-law could go on a cruise and the second time to go to Antarctica.

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[quote name='StLouisCruisers']My upcoming stop in Tortola on the Prinsendam Grand Med and Africa Voyage has been replaced with Cruz Bay, St. John, USVI so I'm going to have to wait to see Tortola. :( But St. John is beautiful so not a problem.

I was able to finally update my cruise profile (seen in my signature). It's been off-line since I returned from my Caribbean cruise. Cruise-Ships.com seems to have a lot of problems staying on-line! We added a cruise in Nov. 2019 to the Amazon on the Prinsendam. Let's see if we actually make it this time. We've booked it two other times and had to cancel, once so our daughter and son-in-law could go on a cruise and the second time to go to Antarctica.[/quote]


How lovely to be able to cancel cruises before payment without loss We down here lose all deposits paid if we cancel If we have insurance and there is a valid acceptable by them reason we may get 50% back. This must be why some cruises show as sold out and then magically at final payment time there are loads of empty cabins:):)
Hope you get to the Amazon this time It was a fantastic cruise when we did it on the old Royal Princess:)

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[quote name='windsor26']How lovely to be able to cancel cruises before payment without loss We down here lose all deposits paid if we cancel If we have insurance and there is a valid acceptable by them reason we may get 50% back. This must be why some cruises show as sold out and then magically at final payment time there are loads of empty cabins:):)
Hope you get to the Amazon this time It was a fantastic cruise when we did it on the old Royal Princess:)[/quote]


I know that you and the UK residents all say the same thing, you all lose your deposit if you cancel. I really wish the cruise lines wouldn't discriminate like that! It would make a big difference in how we book cruises if they started that policy with us. We would probably end up cruising a LOT less.

While I still have my Brazil visa in effect and having just had our yellow fever shots, this would be a good time to take this cruise.

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I read sad news yesterday on Cruise Critic. Very sad news. The Captain on the Seabourn Quest's final Antarctica cruise this season, Bjarne Larsen died Saturday after leaving Antarctica. He was our Ice Captain on our Antarctica cruise while Captain Dag Dvergastein was the master of the vessel. This season Captain Larsen was the sole captain of the Quest. Passengers on the ship reported on Cruise Critic that they had a "Bright Star" announcement with a cabin number on deck 9, but they said there was no passenger cabin with that number. Everyone was on edge. Finally, I believe it was the next morning the announcement was made that their Captain had passed away. Imagine how they all felt? The entire crew and the passengers were just devastated. I cried just reading of it.

The ship went on to Stanley in the Falklands. Here is what one passenger reported yesterday:

[COLOR=#333333][FONT="]Respectfully I observed Captain Larsen's final departure from Quest today at approximately 11:30 am. Tendor#1 had a tarp attached to its roof with a large heart and words of love for Captain Larsen. A number of personnel joined Captain Larsen on the tender and as it pulled slowly away the ship's horn gave 3 long, mournful blasts. Then the most beautiful song was played in all of the public areas as the tender slowly sailed to shore. Jan had made an announcement about what was going to happen and the outside deck was packed with crew and passengers as we said a sad farewell to a special man. It was a very beautiful and heartbreaking experience.[/FONT][/COLOR]
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[COLOR=#333333] This morning I found this article about Captain Larsen from 3 years ago. He was an amazing man and will be sadly missed.[/COLOR]:loudcry:
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[quote name='StLouisCruisers']I read sad news yesterday on Cruise Critic. Very sad news. The Captain on the Seabourn Quest's final Antarctica cruise this season, Bjarne Larsen died Saturday after leaving Antarctica. He was our Ice Captain on our Antarctica cruise while Captain Dag Dvergastein was the master of the vessel. This season Captain Larsen was the sole captain of the Quest. Passengers on the ship reported on Cruise Critic that they had a "Bright Star" announcement with a cabin number on deck 9, but they said there was no passenger cabin with that number. Everyone was on edge. Finally, I believe it was the next morning the announcement was made that their Captain had passed away. Imagine how they all felt? The entire crew and the passengers were just devastated. I cried just reading of it.
The ship went on to Stanley in the Falklands. Here is what one passenger reported yesterday:
[COLOR=#333333][FONT="]Respectfully I observed Captain Larsen's final departure from Quest today at approximately 11:30 am. Tendor#1 had a tarp attached to its roof with a large heart and words of love for Captain Larsen. A number of personnel joined Captain Larsen on the tender and as it pulled slowly away the ship's horn gave 3 long, mournful blasts. Then the most beautiful song was played in all of the public areas as the tender slowly sailed to shore. Jan had made an announcement about what was going to happen and the outside deck was packed with crew and passengers as we said a sad farewell to a special man. It was a very beautiful and heartbreaking experience.[/FONT][/COLOR]
[COLOR=#333333] This morning I found this article about Captain Larsen from 3 years ago. He was an amazing man and will be sadly missed.[/COLOR]:loudcry:
[COLOR=#333333]https://www.avidcruiser.com/2014/12/seabourn-queso-puerto-madryn/[/COLOR][/quote]
That is sad news indeed. How old was he? What a fitting farewell for a ship's captain at sea after Antarctica cruise.

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[quote name='MMDown Under']That is sad news indeed. How old was he? What a fitting farewell for a ship's captain at sea after Antarctica cruise.[/quote]

I believe he was less than 50 years old. An article written 3 1/2 years ago said he was 45. It must have been something devastating, like a heart attack, stroke, aneurysm.

This guy was truly loved by his crew and even his passengers. He was Danish so I'm betting he was flown back home from the Falklands. His poor family must be taking it hard.

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Hello all,

We are leaving in the morning for Ft. Lauderdale, and begin our Grand Voyage on Prinsendam March 12. I won't be back on here for nearly two months since we don't get back home until May 5. There is a lot going on the week after we return so I will try to allocate my time to include Cruise Critic. I hope all who are traveling enjoy their time away, as I'm sure we will.

Marion, I hope you won't miss me too much. Someone else will have to chat with you!

XOXO

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[quote name='StLouisCruisers']Hello all,

We are leaving in the morning for Ft. Lauderdale, and begin our Grand Voyage on Prinsendam March 12. I won't be back on here for nearly two months since we don't get back home until May 5. There is a lot going on the week after we return so I will try to allocate my time to include Cruise Critic. I hope all who are traveling enjoy their time away, as I'm sure we will.

Marion, I hope you won't miss me too much. Someone else will have to chat with you!

XOXO[/quote]

Bon voyage and safe calm seas for you
We are off next week to Cochin India for 14 days and then to the family visits in England Scotland so will keep an eye on CC while we are travelling
Sad that so many of the enthusiastic chats we had at the start of this cruise are missing but that is life

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[quote name='StLouisCruisers']Hello all,

We are leaving in the morning for Ft. Lauderdale, and begin our Grand Voyage on Prinsendam March 12. I won't be back on here for nearly two months since we don't get back home until May 5. There is a lot going on the week after we return so I will try to allocate my time to include Cruise Critic. I hope all who are traveling enjoy their time away, as I'm sure we will.
Marion, I hope you won't miss me too much. Someone else will have to chat with you!
XOXO[/quote]

Bon Voyage, Sandi. WOW Two months - enjoy. Will this be a record financial year for number of days cruising for you?

Life has been busy. I have been away visiting Melbourne (Australian Tennis Open), Sydney (Australia Day with my daughters), then Franklin and Hobart in Tasmania. Next Easter, followed by the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast.

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[quote name='windsor26']Bon voyage and safe calm seas for you
We are off next week to Cochin India for 14 days and then to the family visits in England Scotland so will keep an eye on CC while we are travelling
Sad that so many of the enthusiastic chats we had at the start of this cruise are missing but that is life[/quote]

You are such an adventurous traveller - enjoy your fortnight in Cochin, India, followed by family visits to UK.

July is looking good for me visiting UK.

Yes I often wonder if they are still enjoying cruising/travelling. I am glad we got to meet in Sydney, with Eileen and Sandi.

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[COLOR=Indigo][FONT=Comic Sans MS]Bon Voyage, Sandi! I just took a look at the [I]Prinsendam[/I]'s itinerary: fantastic. Dakar, the Canaries, Sorrento, Malaga . . . all roundtrip out of Ft. Lauderdale. If only I had 54 days vacation -- and a winning lottery ticket!

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[quote name='MMDown Under']You are such an adventurous traveller - enjoy your fortnight in Cochin, India, followed by family visits to UK.

July is looking good for me visiting UK.

Yes I often wonder if they are still enjoying cruising/travelling. I am glad we got to meet in Sydney, with Eileen and Sandi.[/quote]

Thanks Yes it was great that we all had that meeting Perhaps sometime in then future it may happen again

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Hi Eileen,

Hope you haven't been affected by the local flooding in the Cairns/Port Douglas Region.

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[COLOR=#333333][FONT="]Now in UK Great trip We went with INTREPID and they said we would experience india as it should be They were right[/FONT][/COLOR]
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[COLOR=#333333][FONT="]We sort of 2 star packpacked. Travel was by Small minibus (we were 10) private cars, tuktuks, public buses, sleeper train day train, cycle, motorbike,, motorboat, punt, jeep and lots I mean lots of walking. WE MISSED THE CAMELS AND HORSES!![/FONT][/COLOR]
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[COLOR=#333333][FONT="]The accommodation was from 2.5 star hotels without breakfast to a large hut where we all slept together and had communal loos and showers THIS WAS IN A NATURE RESERVE WHERE WE COULD NOT WALK ABOUT BETWEEN 6PM AND 7AM without an armed guard We saw a video of the animals who walked around the huts and site during the night and they included leopards civit cats loads of deer and other small animals and an elephant. [/FONT][/COLOR]
[COLOR=#333333][FONT="]We went on a jeep safari and saw a tiger which was marvellous The swimming pool, after we got out was the drinking hole for the local cows and goats as well as the nighttime critters.[/FONT][/COLOR]
[COLOR=#333333][FONT="]There was a b&b homestay - interesting but food not so good and only available there


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[COLOR=#333333][FONT="]Great group we jelled very well and had a lot of giggles every day. Joined whatsapp and shared photos which was nice and anew experience for me[/FONT][/COLOR]
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[COLOR=#333333][FONT="]UK very wet and chilly but had one group family get together which was lovely more to come as we have a family christening and a house removal to take part in:):):)[/FONT][/COLOR]

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[quote name='windsor26'][COLOR=#333333][FONT="]Now in UK Great trip We went with INTREPID and they said we would experience india as it should be They were right[/FONT][/COLOR]
[COLOR=#333333][FONT="]We sort of 2 star packpacked. Travel was by Small minibus (we were 10) private cars, tuktuks, public buses, sleeper train day train, cycle, motorbike,, motorboat, punt, jeep and lots I mean lots of walking. WE MISSED THE CAMELS AND HORSES!![/FONT][/COLOR]
[COLOR=#333333][FONT="]Theaccommodation was from 2.5 star hotels without breakfast to a large hut where we all slept together and had communal loos and showers THIS WAS IN A NATURE RESERVE WHERE WE COULD NOT WALK ABOUT BETWEEN 6PM AND 7AM without an armed guard We saw a video of the animals who walked around the huts and site during the night and they included leopards civit cats loads of deer and other small animals and an elephant. [/FONT][/COLOR]
[COLOR=#333333][FONT="]We went on a jeep safari and saw a tiger which was marvellous The swimming pool, after we got out was the drinking hole for the local cows and goats as well as the nighttime critters.[/FONT][/COLOR]
[COLOR=#333333][FONT="]There was a b&b homestay - interesting but food not so good and only available there
[/FONT][/COLOR][COLOR=#333333][FONT="]Great group we jelled very well and had a lot of giggles every day. Joined whatsapp and shared photos which was nice and anew experience for me[/FONT][/COLOR]
[COLOR=#333333][FONT="]UKvery wet and chilly but had one group family get together which was lovely more to come as we have a family christening and a house removal to take part in:):):)[/FONT][/COLOR][/quote]

Your Indian trip sounds quite the adventure. Who says we can't still enjoy backpacking at our age! Glad you had a great small group and you got on well. I'll have to aSK my daughter about whatsapp.
I had heard that UK was still wet and cold from British people at the Commonwealth Games. The English lady in front of us at the hockey had a summer sleeveless dress on and didn't put her jacket on when we got wet from the spray watering the hockey fields. She was loving the Gold Coast autumn weather, despite the occasional short shower. Great atmosphere at the games and free entertainment provided throughout the Coast. Driving and parking is a breeze as many locals left for the school holidays and the duration of the games.
Enjoy the your family get togethers and special celebrations.

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Hi, I'm back! We had a fun trip with only two ports missed (tender ports). First, we didn't get to Praia, Cape Verde Islands. They just went on to Banjul early and we stayed overnight. Then the same issues occurred when we were supposed to be in Monte Carlo so we were given Genoa as a substitute. It was a little scary in Banjul (The Gambia), and Dakar, Senegal. The people were nicer in Banjul though. In Dakar we were totally harassed by men when we got off our shuttle bus in the downtown area. We would have loved to look around the shops and markets, the parks, statues, buildings but they wouldn't leave anyone alone. They were right up in your face trying to get you to buy something or take you somewhere, etc. So after about 10 minutes we got back onto the bus for our own feeling of safety. Back to the ship! Some people went on tours outside the city and saw interesting things but I didn't feel like I wanted to go out for that much time. We enjoyed all the gala nights, the pillow gifts and some of the very interesting and beautiful ports we saw like Mahon on the Island of Menorca. We also enjoyed Captain Dag but he was only there for the last 2 weeks. We had Captain Schuchmann for a month, then Captain Carsjens for a couple weeks. Finally Captain Dag arrived. He was delayed because he was donating a kidney to his wife and the surgery kept being delayed due to some blood issues. The surgery was on March 22 and he was back on the Prinsendam April 21! I have some stories about him but no time right now. I will get to it later. It's good to be back here on Cruise Critic!

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Also, I have WhatsApp and use it for texting while overseas. You use wifi and can keep your phone on airplane mode the whole trip. I understand you can make phone calls too but I'm not sure about that. I really should check that out.

Also I added up this year's days on a ship and last year's. Virtually identical at about 158. I'm not sure how many days we'll do next year because we are booked on a family cruise in June to celebrate our 50th wedding anniversary. And since we are paying for all the kids and grandkids cabins that takes a chunk of our cruising dollars. Lots of planning will be needed for that cruise!

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[quote name='StLouisCruisers']Hi, I'm back! We had a fun trip with only two ports missed (tender ports). First, we didn't get to Praia, Cape Verde Islands. They just went on to Banjul early and we stayed overnight. Then the same issues occurred when we were supposed to be in Monte Carlo so we were given Genoa as a substitute. It was a little scary in Banjul (The Gambia), and Dakar, Senegal. The people were nicer in Banjul though. In Dakar we were totally harassed by men when we got off our shuttle bus in the downtown area. We would have loved to look around the shops and markets, the parks, statues, buildings but they wouldn't leave anyone alone. They were right up in your face trying to get you to buy something or take you somewhere, etc. So after about 10 minutes we got back onto the bus for our own feeling of safety. Back to the ship! Some people went on tours outside the city and saw interesting things but I didn't feel like I wanted to go out for that much time. We enjoyed all the gala nights, the pillow gifts and some of the very interesting and beautiful ports we saw like Mahon on the Island of Menorca. We also enjoyed Captain Dag but he was only there for the last 2 weeks. We had Captain Schuchmann for a month, then Captain Carsjens for a couple weeks. Finally Captain Dag arrived. He was delayed because he was donating a kidney to his wife and the surgery kept being delayed due to some blood issues. The surgery was on March 22 and he was back on the Prinsendam April 21! I have some stories about him but no time right now. I will get to it later. It's good to be back here on Cruise Critic![/quote]

Welcome Back, Sandi. Sounds like your travels were quite an adventure. Did you have a good crowd of fellow passengers? My ship visited Dakar on my first cruise overseas. I remember it was really hot and men were sitting on the wharf, covered with blankets. I imagine it is a very different place now.

When is your next cruise again?

I have just had a wonderful holiday in London, my favourite place to visit. London makes my heart sing. I went over for Harry's wedding. I bought a little camping chair, packed a picnic, and caught the 6.12 am train for a front row seat in a side street with activity all day. It was like one big inclusive party all day. The crowd cheered and sang along to the hymns and Stand By Me. The highlight was the passing of Meghan and Harry in the carriage, after their wedding - such a great view of the happy couple. London put on the best Spring weather I've ever experienced in London - blue skies and sunshine most of the time.

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Glad you enjoyed the wedding The weather was fantastic for the whole week s we were in Scotland and watched the wedding at motorway stops as we travelled back to our daughters in Surrey

How brave of you to sit at the sidelines for the whole day ad that you found it so worth while

Just packing to return to Oz this week and hope we take good weather with us

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[quote name='windsor26']Glad you enjoyed the wedding The weather was fantastic for the whole week s we were in Scotland and watched the wedding at motorway stops as we travelled back to our daughters in Surrey

How brave of you to sit at the sidelines for the whole day ad that you found it so worth while

Just packing to return to Oz this week and hope we take good weather with us[/quote]

I couldn't have done it without my small light camping chair, which I bought for the purpose. I even managed to bring the chair home, as hand luggage, as a souvenir of the special day.

Enjoy the rest of your holiday in UK. My friends say I brought the good weather home to Australia with me! I did the same in sydney, as rain is forecast for the next week there.

Safe trip.

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[quote name='MMDown Under']Welcome Back, Sandi. Sounds like your travels were quite an adventure. Did you have a good crowd of fellow passengers? My ship visited Dakar on my first cruise overseas. I remember it was really hot and men were sitting on the wharf, covered with blankets. I imagine it is a very different place now.

When is your next cruise again?

I have just had a wonderful holiday in London, my favourite place to visit. London makes my heart sing. I went over for Harry's wedding. I bought a little camping chair, packed a picnic, and caught the 6.12 am train for a front row seat in a side street with activity all day. It was like one big inclusive party all day. The crowd cheered and sang along to the hymns and Stand By Me. The highlight was the passing of Meghan and Harry in the carriage, after their wedding - such a great view of the happy couple. London put on the best Spring weather I've ever experienced in London - blue skies and sunshine most of the time.[/quote]

Hi Marion,

How exciting that you got to go to the wedding! I watched it on television. When I saw the Long Walk I recalled seeing it from our bus whilst leaving Windsor to head towards London. I saw it with only a lone couple walking towards Windsor, but seeing it with the thousands who lined it for the wedding was amazing!

It sounds like you enjoyed the day tremendously and I'm glad you got to attend. I agree the day was one of the most beautiful I've ever seen in England. What luck for the happy couple!

We were just away visiting family in three different states, so a lot of driving involved. We got home yesterday and are home for another two months. Amazing, huh? Our next cruise is on Seabourn Quest, Route of the Vikings II, August 6-30, Reykjavik to Montreal. THAT should be a fab cruise. From Montreal we go straight to our next cruise since there is no sense flying home on the 30th and flying to Amsterdam on the 31st. The second cruise is Sept. 2-30, Prinsendam, Irish, Scottish and European Rivers cruise, Amsterdam to Rome. Always good to be back on the Prinsendam!

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[quote name='StLouisCruisers']Hi Marion,

How exciting that you got to go to the wedding! I watched it on television. When I saw the Long Walk I recalled seeing it from our bus whilst leaving Windsor to head towards London. I saw it with only a lone couple walking towards Windsor, but seeing it with the thousands who lined it for the wedding was amazing!

It sounds like you enjoyed the day tremendously and I'm glad you got to attend. I agree the day was one of the most beautiful I've ever seen in England. What luck for the happy couple!

We were just away visiting family in three different states, so a lot of driving involved. We got home yesterday and are home for another two months. Amazing, huh? Our next cruise is on Seabourn Quest, Route of the Vikings II, August 6-30, Reykjavik to Montreal. THAT should be a fab cruise. From Montreal we go straight to our next cruise since there is no sense flying home on the 30th and flying to Amsterdam on the 31st. The second cruise is Sept. 2-30, Prinsendam, Irish, Scottish and European Rivers cruise, Amsterdam to Rome. Always good to be back on the Prinsendam![/quote]

Hi Sandi,

I had walked the Long Walk previously with few people, so was amazed at the size of the crowd which gathered there to watch the wedding procession.

Enjoy your two months at home between cruises and visiting family. You have two wonderful cruises to look forward to.

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