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About coevan

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    sailing, golf, fishing, skiing
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  1. Thought you would be a N.Y. Pizza guy. Rome was the best pizza I ever had, thin, soft, bendable crust, gooey cheese (mozzarella) and olive oil dripping down your chin👍 subbing mozzarella might be illegal in some states, especially N.Y.
  2. you do not have to follow the crowd, meaning being the first one off the ship. We always book private excursions on our own time. Relax, have a Bloody Mary, some breakfast and get off the ship later, like 10-11, no crowds. There is still plenty of time to tour the island, snorkel, or whatever you would like to do. Some of our best tours are hiring a cab and asking for an island tour.
  3. because 2 thin crust = 2 thin crust, a deep dish pizza is a different animal.
  4. We love staying on the ship on some port days, so quiet, no lines for food, empty Serenity, aaaah
  5. you do not choose how onboard credit is dispersed. You buy something and your OBC is reduced. FYI, The many reputable excursion companies do not play games with bookings, like Carnival, all the excursions are displayed.
  6. They get horrible reviews on TripAdvisor, here are a few: https://www.tripadvisor.com/Attraction_Review-g34227-d8599207-Reviews-Miami_Port_Express-Fort_Lauderdale_Broward_County_Florida.html#REVIEWS
  7. you did not have to sparse. the capitalization is what threw me
  8. wish it was only double, i would buy it. A $15 of liquor costs closer to $100
  9. is this a Canadian thing? is it an acronym?
  10. 40 minutes to an hour, never would try that flight
  11. There is no deadline, if spots are open, you can book the day before
  12. someone posted, not long ago, they bought 4 bottles including Dom Perignon and posted the receipt.
  13. I have not seen driving golf balls off the stern in many, many years, Back then they were regular golf balls.
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