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Carnival Valor 5/10/09


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Just got off Feb 22/09. Beautiful ship. Great service, meals, ports etc.

 

If you plan on doing any excursions, I highly recommend the Stingray City, Hell and Turtle Farm tour in Grand Cayman. WOW! Experience of a lifetime. We also did the Dolphine swim at Dolphinaris. A bit pricy but worth it. Especially if you can arrange a Private Family & Friends encounter. Where is your cabin?

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We are going on the Valor on May 10th. Has anyone just returned from the Valor. I would like to hear their comments.

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Welcome to Cruise Critic and thank you for your first post! However, you have posted on the Cruise Blogs & Websites Forum where members share the site for their personal cruise-related travelogue blogs or websites. This is not the correct forum for your post since it is off topic here. 05.gif I am moving your thread to the Carnival Cruise Lines Forum where it will be on-topic.

 

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