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nini

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    Washington
  • Interests
    photography
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Princess
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Alaska

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  1. Thank you so much! We do have an Alaska Visa and miles account with them as they are our preferred domestic airline. We plan (the operative word) on flying to Fort Lauderdale next April and doing a Transpacific which ends up in Copenhagen and then we do a RT cruise. All that Princess EZAir lists are BA and SAS for the flights that could work. We may be able to get them to link up so that a RT could be done and therefor a cheaper price to include the one way to Fort Lauderdale. Thanks for your help!
  2. Wow... I am so glad that I have given some details. The other options are: IAD, EWR, and SFO. Those are all with SAS and the connecting flight home on either United or Alaska.
  3. Correct- we live on the coast in Washington State. So, there will be one stop. And, correct again; we really do not like Heathrow. We have been to Europe only once and connected in Heathrow. We are NOT fans. Currently, there is a $400.00 p/p price difference for "Premium Economy". SAS stops in O'Hare for 1 hour 50 Minutes. Is this enough time at O'Hare? Thanks to all of you.
  4. AtlantaCruiser72- Thank you for the info.
  5. Is Princess pulling out of the Asian market? Could this be the reason?
  6. Thank you for your detailed answer. We earn Alaska miles which we can use with "OneWorld". We were able to earn miles when we used BA and American. The BA fares also cost less.
  7. Thanks for your response!
  8. So glad and good to know! Thanks
  9. I have to agree with geoherb- what were they thinking with Princess Live!?! I guess they were not thinking.
  10. Are there any preferences for SAS or BA to return home to the states? We would most likely choose Premium Economy. We have only been to Europe once and it was in Economy on BA. The departure times give us more wiggle room to get to the airport. Thanks for your opinions.
  11. We are docking in Copenhagen (theoretically) at 6:00 am on a Wednesday next May. Through the cruise line, many flight offerings depart at 10:55 am. Is this feasible? We know nothing about CPH and the port location. And I understand that sometimes there may be delays regarding docking time. Thanks!
  12. You may want to consider other cruise lines.
  13. We really like the Regal and had two cruises booked on it until Princess pulled this old "switcheroo". Our Transpacific was canceled because they are taking her to Europe. It still has Vines and the International Cafe. Go online and look at real pics to decide which cabin will be best for you. Some angled balconies lean more forward and some the other way.
  14. We prefer to sail AND 3 other couples from our little town in Washington State were also going on this itinerary which was including many islands and some ports in New Zealand. Seattle was super convenient for all of us.
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