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Aquahound

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    United States of America
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    Cruising...duh!
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    Changes with the tide
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Anywhere on a Ship

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  1. Judging by the awesome displays of fireworks in my neighborhood tonight...like I've never seen before...I'm reassured by the true spirit of the American people. You're right. The strong fighters in us will get all of us...including those who wish they were elsewhere...through this. God bless America!
  2. I typed, and then re-typed my response several times. I think everything I initially typed would've landed me in time out from Cruise Critic. Heck, it still might. Oh well. All I'll say is, I am EXTREMELY proud to be an American. I, for one, will not let radicals sway me from loving this great land. I will continue to honor those who served and I will continue to stand for our one anthem. God bless us all and God bless America!
  3. At this point, I think you're just trying to keep your thread alive. If you can't understand how the simple act of being on a ship at sea is attractive to some, there's not much more that can be said to help you. Perhaps it's time you just let it go.
  4. There seems to be a growing problem in this world with the inability to accept that one's opinion is not shared by others. I respect that it doesn't appeal to you. Seeing as we're now on page 4, the time for you to respect the fact that it does appeal to others is long overdue.
  5. That's good to hear. For some reason, I thought he went over to another cruise line. 🤔
  6. Happy Independence Day. A new rendition of one of the greatest songs ever written...
  7. Thank you. As a patriot who has spilled blood for this country, I always get choked up when I hear that song. The new rendition is really good. Happy 4th everyone.
  8. I would take 14 days at sea over 14 days in any major city right now.
  9. That was my experience in Vancouver as well. Maybe a little more than half wearing masks. From what I saw, mask wearing is more prominent in Seattle than it is Vancouver. My take was that, since the cases are relatively low up there, they feel safe from it....similar to how Seattle was acting about a month ago. I also have a Costco near me. If you try to walk in without a mask, they stop you. Sad to hear that's not the case up there. Even if you don't believe in masks, it still seems like the right thing to do, just to avoid conflict.
  10. I've cruised all those lines as well and like you, I also love all there is to offer on the big ships. I'm not a fan of NCL's older ships. However, I cruised Escape, which is similar to Getaway, and I loved it. I'll depart a little from the others. While I agree itinerary is most important in Europe, I think cruise line and ship choice is still a VERY important factor. You're still on the ship every night and on sea days, dining, taking in shows, etc. The wrong line and ship is a good way to ruin your vacation. A major plus to that class of ships is that the entertainment, in my opinion, is second only to RCI. On the other hand, that class of ships is very crowded feeling. The pools and deck space near the pools is pathetic.
  11. I know I've seen this too. I seem to remember it being at Boleros on a Voyager Class ship. My guess is Navigator.
  12. Ha! I'm sure there are plenty of critters living on that thing. Not sure I'd want to be on it for 40 days though. 😉
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