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    Dorset UK
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    Royal Carribean and Carnival
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  1. has anybody actually got the train from Bologna to Ravenna? We're probably going to fly into Bologna the day before, spend the night and then thinking we might get the train to ravenna, it's really cheap and takes about 1hr with no changes, trains look like they depart every hour.... then we'll just jump in a quick taxi at ravenna station to the port....just wondering if anyone has actually done it? we've travelled on trains many times in Italy just wondering if anyone could share their experience? thanks
  2. hi we sailed vista on her first season in the med a few years ago. At the time there was a one off micro brewery tour, first come first served, which we were not quick enough to sign up for on boarding day! well we're sailing on Vista again, this time out of Galveston in November (fingers crossed). Do you they still do the micro brewery tour/experience? thanks
  3. anyone have any idea when Celebrity release Asia/Japan cruises for remainded of 2022? only currently up to April 2022
  4. Hi. We're going to be booking for Alaska 2022 on sapphire and I understand they will be staying late in port in Juneau. Any suggestions what to do for later port stay, never been to Juneau so we're thinking maybe dinner somewhere? Any suggestions great fully received. Thanks
  5. if you had to pick one of the princess ships for Alaska 2022 which would you pick?.....we will be doing alaska for the first time and also Princess for the first time as we believe they would be ideal for us in that region.....interested to hear what people think...thanks
  6. Hi All, Anybody think of a reason why when searching on princess website USA version for Alaska May 2021 cruises come up on both Majestic and Royal princess but when you go to the UK website these ships are both missing and only emerald and grand princess are bookable? Anybody think of a reason for this? We're happy to book in USD and would prefer to sail on royal or majestic princess but seems very odd I can't book them in the UK?
  7. thanks for the information, pretty much confirmed what we were thinking! I reckon we will probably go with Princess.
  8. Looking at both ships for Alaska. Never been to Alaska before or on a Princess cruise. We've done Royal Carribbean in the carribbean and wanted to do a 'quantum' class but not sure if the ship is just too big to do the activities onboard and if to be honest, because of the itinerary/type of cruise this will be not sure we're gonna be onboard enough anyway! It kinda appears from my research that royal don't seem to adapt their onboard schedule for the location, the same as it would be in the carribbean? i.e not 'Alaska' related activities/talks/trivia etc etc Princess - Looked up th
  9. Hi Looking at princess in the Mediterranean next summer, will be 3 adults and two kids ages 9 & 11. We've never been on princess before and I e never sailed with kids either! - these are my nephew's.... Are princess good for kids i.e plenty to keep them occupied? We've been on royal Caribbean in the Mediterranean and there always looks like lots of kids having a great time but we want to try princess. Any thoughts please?!. Thanks!
  10. We really want to do one of the Coral Princess cruises to South America, starting in Peru, Argentina, Falklands and ending up in Brazil. We've previously done RCI, NCL and Carnival, mainly carribbean and europe and never Princess. We've seen many Princess ships in port and it always seems like a much older demographic? We are late 30's early 40's and wondering if the general demographic will be much much older then us and worried that on sea days there won't be much activities, my husband dosn't really do sitting around doing nothing, he loves the trivia on carnival etc and daytime entertainme
  11. unfortunately due to our location having to fly from UK to pick up our cruises in the sates i doubt we will be doing that until things change. It will just become too risky with cost to travel all that way, provide a test from 5 days/24 hrs before and potentially get refused travel. That would mean we've paid lots of money out and potentially could be stuck in the states with no holiday and no way home...... too risky i'm afraid!.
  12. i have no issue getting test before a cruise, only issue for us is that we are in the UK and will not spend money on flights and cruise to find out we test positive 5 days before and then i'm guessing we wont get our money back and could be potentially stuck in the USA with nowhere to go for a week! we usually cruise out of florida but travel out one week prior to the crusie to either visit another part of the US or spend a week in say orlando..... I can't realisticly see people who are travelling from overseas to join a cruise still doing that and potentially risking not getting onboard.
  13. Absolutely! Money to be made for sure, let's hope it arrives soon so we can all start to travel again
  14. Good point. We're in the UK and I'm guessing the vaccine we will get (eventually) could be different in that it's produced by another organisation that's not in the USA also tested differently etc etc I'm seriously starting to think it could be many years before we get to visit the USA that we love!
  15. interested to see how this plays out - we are planning cruise 2021, harmony or oasis out of florida, we're in the UK so we are expecting a requirement to enter the USA with vaccination certification or something similar when flights from the UK - US resume, eventually. If we don't require vaccination to even just enter the US then we'd probably get one anyway in the UK as most will do when it becomes available. I personally would be happy to know that a Covid-19 proof of vaccination is required for cruising when it resumes.
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