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scottca075

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    Coronado, CA & Corona del Mar, CA, USA
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    Travel, great food, great wine, opera, theater in general, Disney and watching the grand kids grow.
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Windstar, Silversea CL, HAL, Princess, NCL, Cunard and Oceania.
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Baltic, Mediterranean, South America, Alaska & South Pacific.

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  1. They usually do, but I'd check with Carnival.
  2. Look at Western Lake Chinese Seafood and Chef Tony too in addition to Dynasty.
  3. Cool the first couple of days, but that didn't stop a lot of people from lying out and using the outdoor pools, same on the way back in.
  4. The words you would have used were much nicer than the ones going through my head that I would have used. But yes, I'd have said something then and there. See something, say something.
  5. Four Points by Sheraton Los Angeles International Airport used to have a 24 hour rate, not day rate; meaning you could check in any time you arranged, 9AM, 11AM, etc (not waiting for the traditional 3PM check-in) and then the room was yours for 24 hours. I don't know if they have it since the Marriott merger.
  6. The La Quinta is right next to the 405 and where the neighborhood surrounding goes downhill in a hurry. It is also a longish distance, relative to the Homewood Suites and Residence Inn. I am certain any major chain at LAX, Hilton, Marriott etc is going to have a 24 hour desk and shuttle.
  7. Well that part is done. Have you been to CA Wine Country before? If the first time, I'd recommend a small town in Napa Valley over Sonoma; someplace like St Helena or Younteville.
  8. Not a free one, if that is what you are asking.
  9. Book with Uber Black, they pick up curbside.
  10. I'd stay in Union Square or the Embarcadero. Fisherman's Wharf is schlocky, not touristy. If I HAD to stay at FW it would be the Argonaut.
  11. Did you have a budget in mind? What is most important, convenience to the cruise port or a great hotel? The combined Residence Inn/SpringHill Suites is directly across from the cruise port, as is the Intercontinental. A bit further are very nice hotels, Hotel Republic (Marriott Autograph Collection) and Carte Hotel (Hilton Curio Collection). My parents love La Pensione in Little Italy and the Best Western Plus Bayside is very popular for cruisers.
  12. Which is when it is scheduled to; late 2021. I was on Deck 10, Caribe, 5 days ago. No smells, no leaks, never heard any complaints from anyone about such problems.
  13. Thanks for the report, but people should be aware that landing at Terminal 1 is a very different experience than the other terminals where you have to use the LAX-it Shuttle.
  14. I would not stay at the La Quinta LAX for free. Horrid location. Look at the Homewood Suites LAX and Residence Inn LAX.
  15. Great hotel, but not for more than two people in a room. The rooms are very small. In that area I'd look at The Orlando, Elan and Le Parc Suites, but I'd only look at them AFTER I tried the Hollywood Orchid Suites and Magic Castle Hotel in Hollywood.
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