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The 5 best tips from a Cruise Industry Expert

Guest Post from Family Palate Thank you Ceci from Family Palate for this great post.  If you have not checked out her blog, there is a lot to see on food and travel.  Those are two of my favorite things that are always better together! Facebook Twitter Instagram Youtube THE 5 BEST TIPS FROM A […]

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Book Review: All I Ever Wanted

by Kristan Higgins Published: August 1, 2010 Goodreads rating: 3.98 out of 5 (with over 13,000 ratings) Buy All I Ever Wanted Amazon currently has Distress Signals in paperback, audio, and kindle. This post may contain affiliate links.  See our full policy here. Summary Callie Grey is struggling with turning 30. As a single woman, […]

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Why choosing a Travel Agent starts your vacation sooner

Is choosing a Travel Agent worth it?  Obviously as a travel agent (TA) and cruise specialist, I am bias here. However, I feel I do have some points to share because I saw the value in becoming a TA. I felt I could put my passion in helping others have a great vacation. Myth busted: […]

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What happens if I miss the ship at the start or a port?

Short answer: You may be on your own to get to the next port This is when I am going to plug travel insurance. In a situation like this, travel insurance would save you time, money, and much grief. Check the credit card you put your cruise on, as they may provide some sort of […]

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Top 5 surprising features in a Norwegian stateroom

An Oceanview On our recent Norwegian Escape cruise, we staid on the 5th floor in an oceanview.  Since this was a last minute cruise decision, we choose a sailaway price, which means we could not choose where our room was located.  On Norwegian, this also means you do not have the option to choose up […]

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