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WOW! The alluring words ‘Caribbean cruise’

It’s all Caribbean this week, from mass-market ships to premium ones. All are starting prices unless noted, I suggest checking with a cruise agent for possible special deals and remember…a little warmth never hurt anyone. 140 more words

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Carnival Cruises 10- to 14-day voyages on six different ships in 2015

 

10- to 14-Day Voyages Depart from Seven U.S. Homeports

Itineraries include Caribbean, Bermuda and Mexican Riviera destinations

 Carnival Cruise Lines will offer a series of 10- to 14-day voyages on six different ships in 2015-16 that feature extended calls throughout the Caribbean, Bermuda, Mexican Riviera and The Bahamas. 131 more words

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Carnival Glory Cruise Day 7: Second Sea Day

We’ve almost come full circle now — well… I guess technically the ship has sailed around the Caribbean in more of a pointed oval — and after just one more full day at sea, we’ll have returned back to Miami, FL.   590 more words

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Carnival Glory Cruise Day 6: Grand Turk, Turks & Caicos

Grand Turk… the last port of call on this Carnival Glory voyage.  Grand Turk was actually the only port of the four that I had visited previously, so I wasn’t super highly motivated to do a shore excursions on land.   263 more words

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Carnival Glory Cruise Day 5: San Juan, Puerto Rico

Late nights like tonight call for short posts.  So, quickly… before I fall asleep at the computer…

Next stop of the cruise… San Juan, Puerto Rico!   338 more words

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Carnival Glory Cruise Day 4: St. Thomas, USVI

The cruise — and thus the eating — continues.  On day 4, the Glory stopped in St. Thomas, the port I was most looking forward to during the entire trip!   319 more words

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Carnival Glory Cruise Day 2: Half Moon Cay, Bahamas

Remote private island surrounded by calm, cool, refreshing blue-green waters and warm, semi-grainy off-white sand.  Relaxed yet?  Well, I bet you’d be even more so if you were actually standing on the beaches of Half Moon Cay, a private island (owned by Holland America Line) in the Bahamas. 180 more words

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