Too many cruises?
I don't think so!
just about cruised out. Never thought it would be possible;
but it's true!
Then, in September 2006, we flew
to Las Vegas to attend an Adobe Photoshop World Conference.
Although it was a great experience attending the conference
and staying at the beautiful Mandalay Bay Hotel, Casino &
Convention Center, we started talking about how convenient and
relaxing cruising was. So, when we got home, I booked an extended
weekend aboard the Carnival Sensation out of Port Canaveral.
Port Canaveral is a short 45-minute drive from our home and
within an hour of closing the suitcases, we are boarding our
Sixty-five-plus cruises, and
counting, since 1987, and most throughout the Caribbean. All
the islands are beginning to run together and we think there
is nothing new to see or do.... BUT....
For a really great getaway experience
that is much more within our budget than flying to Las Vegas
(and up to 6-1/2 hours to get there), we are cruising again.
Our agent got us a great deal for the 3-nights and off we went.
So we are REALLY back to cruising - and we hardly care where
the ships go!!! We'll be on board.
Since 2010 we have booked the
cruises ourselves through individual cruise lines. If you get
a good cruise agent through the cruise line they will provide
you with all the information pertaining to specials. Websites
are extremely helpful, as well. There is a lot of information
on the cruise sites and, if you have concerns or questions,
just call their toll free numbers and ask your questions.