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AF-1

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  1. These pics were taken in Tracy Arms. I have not been to Glacier Bay; but don't think Tracy Arms has nothing to offer. It is breath taking just the same. The naturalists are onboard telling you all about the glaciers and bay.
  2. Hello, my wife and I are about to put a deposit on a AMA Waterways river cruise. We have never been on one; but our friends say they are great and close to all the action. They told us they are pretty much inclusive with everything except gratuities; and some booze. My question to all those who have been; what can we expect; we are nervous since we have only been on the Big Cruise Lines; such as Royal Caribbean; NCL, and Princess. We are looking to Book Ama Serena for a 7 night Enchanting Rhine river cruise; with four days in Zurich and Lucerne prior to Sailing. Any feedback and tips would be much appreciated. Thanks All. We plan on going 6-17 May 2020. We are working with a travel agent; but have not put the deposit in yet. We are going to book french balcony with outside balcony cabin. BB on Cielo deck. Our agent is getting us about $400 off the Ama brochure price plus a $300 gift card.
  3. If you stay at the Embassy Suites, Courtyard Marriott, Hyatt Place in Secaucus; there is a bus stop to NYC right across the street. The hotel can give you all the info. Hope this helps. You could then take taxi, uber/lyft to cruise port when you leave. From Secaucus to Cape Liberty; maybe 20 to 30min.
  4. The ferry from Manhattan to Red Hook Brooklyn cruise terminal leaves from lower manhattan; in the financial district. If you are asking about ferry from any other part of Manhattan; I think a taxi would be more suited to get to the Brooklyn cruise terminal
  5. someone has posted a video of the ferry to Red Hook Port. You get off the ferry and it is about and the cruise port entrance is right there to the left
  6. how long was the van ride to the cruise port?
  7. I am sure someone will post pics prior to December; It's maiden voyage and sailings start this Oct; is that correct? if so, then I am sure that the two suites have bookings; everyone wants to see what that suite and the window suites look like
  8. You can book thru Princess or online. I used EZ Air in Feb; had no issues like you mentioned. Call EZ toll free number and see what happens
  9. 13cheermom, you should be fine. I used it earlier this year RT to Fort Lauderdale. The price was great and no issues; Seems like int'l trips can get confusing; you should have no worries with booking EZ Air
  10. Why not keep the two cabins and switch people around when you get to the ship. That way you will be able to book your flights with no problem. It may be too late to book the family suites; they go pretty fast. I stayed in a family suite and they work great for the kids; they have their own bedroom and bathroom
  11. There is a gas station two blocks from your hotel; it is quite large and they sell stuff like that; its across the street from Carl Junior's burgers. If you walk; when you leave your hotel turn left away from airport. You will pass the Marriott and Hilton hotels; right past the hilton will be a traffic light. Carl Juniors is at the light and across the street is the mini mart
  12. This is a story that no one wants to experience. Things like this should not happen; it is frustrating to go thru such a hassle, and telephone wait time. I do hope this gets fixed quickly
  13. Free Premier Beverage Package† applies to guests booked in a balcony stateroom or above. It is valid only for guests 1 & 2 per stateroom who are 21 years or older, and is not applicable during the land portion of cruisetours. Guests 1 & 2 who are under 21 will receive the Premier Coffee & Soda Package. The Premier Beverage Package price is $59.99 per guest, per day plus 18% service charge (totaling $70.79 per day). A daily limit on alcoholic beverages will apply. The package may be used on a single voyage only, is not redeemable for cash at any point during the cruise and expires at the end of that voyage. Premier Beverage Package terms differ on all vessels departing from and returning to Australia and New Zealand. Free Premier Coffee & Soda Package† applies to guests 1 & 2 in an Inside or Oceanview Stateroom, and is also applicable to guests 3 & 4 booked in all staterooms and is not applicable during the land portion of cruisetours. The Premier Coffee & Soda Package price is $19.99 per guest, per day plus 18% service charge (totaling $23.59 per day). The Premier Coffee & Soda Package excludes all alcoholic items. The package may be used on a single voyage only, is not redeemable for cash at any point during the cruise and expires at the end of that voyage. Premier Coffee & Soda Package terms differ on all vessels departing from and returning to Australia and New Zealand. Premier Beverage Package$70.79 per person, per day Enjoy a wide range of drinks for $59.99 per day plus a 18% gratuity. The Premier Beverage Package includes any individual beverage item such as fountain soda, bottled water, cocktails, spirits, wine by the glass, beers, coffee and tea, up to $12 (retail value). A 25% discount is also offered on all bottles of wine when purchased in bars, dining room or specialty restaurants. View full Premier Beverage Package terms & conditions.
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