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Sea Days or Port Days, what is your preference?

Sea Days or Port Days, what is your preference?  

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  1. 1. Sea Days or Port Days, what is your preference?

    • Sea Days
      15
    • Port Days
      21
    • I like them both equally
      26


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3 minutes ago, navybankerteacher said:

But is East Bay “true west coast”?  I would not refer to myself as “Atlantic Coast” - because Long Island Sound and then Long Island (that dreary, hideous amalgam of commuter suburbs) lie between CT and the Atlantic.

 

I do, however, have to acknowledge an acceptable aspect of Long Island —- it will serve as a breakwater to protect CT should a tsunami threaten the East Coast.

 

Much as New Jersey exists to protect Philadelphia.

 

haha, East Bay in general maybe not, but Berkeley might be considered so.   Anyway, I was thinking in terms of Wayne's World! 😀😀 (maybe not the most sophisticated of movies!).   

 

 

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1 hour ago, ldubs said:

 

Sorry, but in the true west coast, we prefer "hurl".   😀

 

 

LOL.  How old are you?  We used to live 'in the city' but "hurl" is just too-too 🙂

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On 9/13/2019 at 7:02 PM, K32682 said:

Take the port stops away from a cruise ship and what you have left on most lines is an over-crowded all-inclusive hotel with impossibly small rooms, a tiny pool, insipid entertainment and mediocre food and drink. 

IMneverHO :), well said.  I wouldn't want to stay in/at one of those AI resorts either.  New York City?  You betcha 🙂

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On 9/15/2019 at 1:46 PM, clo said:

LOL.  How old are you?  We used to live 'in the city' but "hurl" is just too-too 🙂

 

Getting too old <sigh>

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Oh, both! Port days to have fun, explore, swim, drink cocktails on the best beaches of the world, swim with doplhins, and sea days to relax by the pool, or with a nice spa treatment.

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I like a mix of both and really enjoy watching the port activity from my balcony. One of my favorite to watch was in LA, just amazed by all the activity and how it all flowed.

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