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ldubs

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  • Location
    California, SF east bay
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    RC / Princess/Celebrity
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    all except caribbean

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  1. Are the airport fees/taxes charged separately or are they included in the air package? Just curious.
  2. Sometimes posts don't read the way they are intended. OP was new to CC. I could see OP getting turned off by some of the posts and not returning.
  3. I don't think anyone needs to justify what they pack, how much or little they pack, or how many bags they want to bring. As long as it isn't illegal or immoral, go for it and don't worry about what others say.
  4. Only french I've ever needed is "acceptez vous credit card?" 😀😀 By the way, unless imported I would think all bacon in Canada is Canadian bacon! 🤣
  5. They are on a two week cruise. They must have pushed the wrong button or something. Anyway, the drink package isn't worth the service charge to them. Thanks!
  6. No worries. I understand and tend to agree. Thx.
  7. I'll happily take your frequent flyer miles. 😀
  8. If there was any fault, and I'm not saying there was, I do not think filing an insurance claim for the cruise fare would eliminate it. Just not computing.
  9. Just don't plan on coming back home! Hahah
  10. I'm having trouble wrapping my mind around how a 1,000' long 100K ton ship will ride the waves. But, I think I know what you are getting at.
  11. I'll help you load them in the overheads any time. No worries.
  12. My brother & sister-in-law have an NCL Baltic cruise booked. They just received a $500 charge on their account to cover "service charges" for the "free" beverage package they selected. They decided it wasn't worth it and cancelled the drink package. NCL's initial response was that it was too late to cancel even though the cruise is over 2 weeks out. NCL reversed that when it was pointed out that their own written policy is that only 48 hours notice was needed. Makes me wonder if any additional charges might be associated with the '"free air". I don't know, but would sure read the fine print. Or, better yet, maybe someone with recent "free air" experience could share if there were any add-on charges.
  13. I have no idea how many days, but think it terrific you are doing this surprise.
  14. Uh, C-Boy, you better like her posts. Just sayin. . . . 😀😀😀
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