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About mrsfecura

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    Delmar (near Albany), NY
  • Interests
    Travel, wine, ocean, beach, hiking, cats.
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Royal Caribbean
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  1. Interesting question - I noticed this too, ours say the same: "reprint", "GTY" and we have a muster of 004. We're doing inside guarantee on a Majesty cruise in about 88 days to make it to diamond.
  2. Oh man. Thanks for all the advice! I'm not sure what we're going to do now. I definately wasn't interested in Aus for the beaches - I really want more of a cultural feel, and wildlife experience but I might have to do land then to get into the interior of the country it sounds like. I LOVE beach, but not for this trip. And now that I'm reading your opinions I agree that I need to choose either one country or the other for only 2 weeks time. So, that all being said. If I were to choose to do just Aus this time for 2 weeks what areas should I not miss? We would definately fly into Sydney and I want to research some wine regions in Aus as we're big into wine.
  3. Hello, We're looking at an Australia and/or NZ cruise next year in November or December, we're from NY. We're typically Royal Caribbean cruisers but I've seen some interesting itineraries on Princess and Celebrity. My dilema is - stick to an Australia itinerary or do one on RC that starts/ends in Sydney but is entirely NZ ports. We'd do at least 3 nights in Sydney before or after the cruise. But then I miss out on ports like Brisbane, Newcastle, Airlie Beach, Kangaroo Island, Cairns. We can really only do 2 weeks total with our jobs. Are the NZ ports of Wellington, Christchurch, Picton and Dunedin worth splitting my time? Should we devote this 2 weeks to Australia hoping that we get back to NZ someday? Help.
  4. Hi Earl!Yes, I read that! It's one of the reasons I want to go! I've been working my way thru all of her Brunetti books. [emoji3] Sent from my SM-G930V using Forums mobile app
  5. Oooh can't wait! Bought our tickets this weekend!! Thanks Barb! Sent from my SM-G930V using Forums mobile app
  6. Thanks Barb! I think I'll download that book!
  7. This part is what makes me think its the best option! Thank you for the visual!
  8. I read recently that part of the reason they banned it for a short time (or tried to) is that people dragging their wheeled bags were chipping up the cobblestones and the stone on the bridges.
  9. There are some old threads on here that I was able to search regarding seeing an opera at La Fenice, but I'm hoping for more current info. Has anyone gone recently? The Barber of Seville is playing when we're there in late October. If I purchase tickets I think I'll do it directly on the La Fenice website. Here's the open seating chart - I'd love to not quite break the bank - what do you think about seating? Those ones on the sides - is there any good view from those? Or should we just spring for the pricey seats? http://fenice.tm.bestunion.com/biglietteria/listaEventiPub.do?codice=barbiere&data=20181030&lingua=eng Thanks!
  10. I'm resurrecting an old thread here! We are going to be in Venice for 5 nights at the end of October and Rossini's The Barber of Seville is running at La Fenice. We were considering buying tickets and now I think you've all convinced me! I'll have to return to the site to see what seats are available!
  11. Thanks for all of your replies! I didn't even think about the newer kindle fires - I have a much older one, maybe first gen. But the 10" ones look good.
  12. We booked with Treviso Car Service, thanks John! Sent from my SM-G930V using Forums mobile app
  13. Thanks guys. I do have an older iPad. That's not a bad option. Sent from my SM-G930V using Forums mobile app
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