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  1. Thanks for the reply. I’m hoping for 2022.🤞🏻
  2. We would love to take a cruise that would would go around the southern tip of S America and include the Chilean fjords. We are looking at a Celebrity cruise right now, but we are open to other cruise lines. We would like about a 14 day cruise. Our questions: If you have taken this cruise, did you love it? Recommend it? What cruise line? What were the demographics of other cruise passengers? Please feel free to add any other info you would like to share. Thanks all!
  3. We will be Cartegna next moth and I want to make the most of our 7-4 pm stop there. We are interested in the culture and history. Many have posted rave reviews about Dora the Explorer, but the group is limited to 16, which means there will probably be 16 in the group. We really do not want a group that large; ten would be tops. I know about toursbylocals.com and have used them in the past with great success but we are only two which make sit quite expensive. I have posted on our roll call but no bites. Can anyone recommend a quality tour to fit our preferences? I am actually kicking around doing one of the free tours. Even if we end up with a large group at least we're not financially committed. Has anyone tried one of these free tours? TIA all!
  4. You have some great responses here. I can’t add much but to say that before our very first cruise after much research I settled on Celebrity because: 1) smaller ships, less crowded; 2) they do not cater to children like other cruise lines do, so there will be fewer; 3) did not want an overly casual vibe - in the evenings, specifically. Celebrity fit the bill on all counts. Last year we tried MSC yacht club and while it really was fabulous, we came running back to Celebrity. So so while it is not stuffy, Celebrity is not overly casual in the evenings either. I think shorter cruises, especially in the Caribbean, may be a bit more casual than other cruises. But in any case men are fine with a collared shirt and dress pants or khakis. Even on formal nights, and your cruise will probably only have one, not all men wore suits. And great advise about the roll call and meet and mingle. It really helps break the ice and so much fun to swap ideas and info before you cruise. Have a great time!
  5. Did I read somewhere that there is no longer a Cellar Masters on Reflection?
  6. Thanks both for response. Since December we have not received any further communication from Sixt, leading us wonder if the claims were even from Sixt in the first place. They certainly looked legitimate; letterhead, photos of our rental car etc. We thought it odd that they asked us to remit payment through the mail and even asked for cc info if we preferred to pay by credit card. We have simply chosen to ignore even though we were given a Dec 31 deadline. Nothing yet this year. We rent cars often. This is the first time there has been an issue
  7. We rented a car from Sixt in Barcelona, pre-cruise. The first problem we encountered was upon returning home almost two weeks later and finding we had been charged two days for a one day rental. Long story short: I was able to successfully dispute their claim with photos from the cruise, showing we had somehow managed to return the car after we were on board our ship and afloat in the Mediterranean. Now, two months later they are claiming damage to our rental. They even said we declared the damage when we returned the car! There was no damage. In fact, we only rented the car for 24 hrs and were not in the city. The only time we were away from the car was when it was parked and there was literally nothing around - no other cars - nothing. I think what happened was we dropped off the car and the employees drove it around for a couple of hours, got a scratch on it and tried to pin both the damage and overtime charge on us. The person who accepted our return said there was no need to inspect. Usually we do not purchase insurance as we have good insurance on our credit card plus a rider on our homeowners, but this time we did. We purchased third party liability - whatever that is. Anyway my question: What should we do? I have no intention of paying 270 Euros. Should I cancel the credit car I used? I there someplace to report scams like this? Any and all suggestions appreciated.
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