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The Best Things You Can Do on a Cruise Ship Balcony

You know I am an admitted balcony addict. No intervention needed. I mean, really, just outside the cabin door is a members-only retreat. Your balcony, that is, is a private 35- to 1,000-square-foot space for watching seafoam and listening to your neighbors — but also cracking open a lobster tail or hosting a cocktail party for two or 20.… Read the rest “The Best Things You Can Do on a Cruise Ship Balcony”

Meet the New Cruise Ships of 2019

Cruising an ocean liner is generally a great experience no matter the age of the ship. Some people even prefer older ships because they like the layout and features better. But just like a new car, it’s exciting to cruise on a new ship. You won’t be short on choices as several major cruise lines have scheduled maiden voyages for their new ships in 2019.… Read the rest “Meet the New Cruise Ships of 2019”

Carnival Miracle Cruise to Hawaii: Embarkation

If you are joining us for the first time, here’s Part I, Part II and Part III.

We woke up at the crack of dawn. Remember, we passed out early because we were still on eastern time. So, early to bed meant too early to rise. It was pitch black. I dozed, but I couldn’t really get any good sleep.… Read the rest “Carnival Miracle Cruise to Hawaii: Embarkation”

The Romance Novels that Enchanted me at Sea

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The last post was about the movies I took with me. This post is about books. Now, I am an avid reader, but only in spurts.… Read the rest “The Romance Novels that Enchanted me at Sea”

Carnival Miracle Cruise to Hawaii: Pre-Planning

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Mom and I took this cruise to honor my Gramma.  Gramma passed away in November of 2014.  She was 91 years old. … Read the rest “Carnival Miracle Cruise to Hawaii: Pre-Planning”