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ebay33

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    Princess
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    Canada

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  1. It was great - Disney World combined with a cruise to Freeport, Bahamas and a stop at Disney's private island in the Bahamas (Blue Lagoon Island aka Salt Cay). First cruise many years ago.
  2. I took one of my all-time favorite tours in Nassau. It was from Bahamas Outdoors. They take you completely around the island. You get to see the real parks and neighborhoods that are on display with nature and you'll get the opportunity for many wildlife sightings. Check them out online for more information.
  3. Whichever one is the disembarkation port.
  4. I'd hire a customer service staff to monitor Cruise Critic 24 hours a day. I've seen a few NCL staff responses on CC, but they should be on here full-time monitoring posts and topics for questions and correcting misinformation.
  5. When you go in and edit your signature, it now only allows 6 lines max. It won't let you save your signature until you trim it down to 6 lines or less.
  6. Thanks for the nice review! I can't believe "most people stayed on the boat" in Morocco. Morocco is one of the top tourist destinations in the world. Such a shame to miss it when you are docked right there! I get it that everyone is different and has different interests, but for most people to stay on the ship, just seems crazy. Seriously recommend visiting Morocco if you have the chance, even if it is for just a few hours.
  7. Yes. It is no problem. The only caveat is that they do have limited hours. You can check at the cashier's desk for the exact hours they will be open each day.
  8. You can also get stuck sitting at a shared table during an excursion if you book an excursion through the ship. Two of the ship excursions on the Jade in May included a meal and both meals were served banquet style in a dining hall with large tables and several people seated at each table. Both meals dragged on and on and they were definitely the low point of an otherwise fantastic trip. Now I just make sure any excursions booked don't include a meal unless the meal portion of the excursion can be skipped.
  9. The taxi cab drivers at the very end of the port will make every attempt to convince you not to leave the port on foot, but it is possible. The closest business to the port is a gas station about 1/2 mile away from the port. Once you make it to that gas station, there isn't much else to see on foot, but you will finally be at a location where the locals aren't bothering you for money, transportation, trinkets, etc. Walking back to the port from the gas station was no problem, much easier than the walk from the port to the gas station.
  10. Yes, this is well worth the trip in my opinion. You are dropped off right by Cours-la-Reine. If you are interested in visiting the roll call for this trip, here is a link to the active roll call: https://boards.cruisecritic.com/showthread.php?t=2552570
  11. ebay33

    Jade

    Here's what you get with the phone package: 120 Minute Phone Call Package 120 minute phone calls will be applied to the first guest in the stateroom. All guests in the stateroom will be able to utilize this offer. Offer only valid on calls made from ship to shore on the fixed phone located in the booked guest's stateroom and not from the guest's wireless devices. Subject to satellite availability onboard.
  12. There is also an active roll call for this sailing found here: https://boards.cruisecritic.com/showthread.php?t=2552570
  13. I'm taking the Vigo stop to visit Santiago. I have decided to visit the city of Lugo on the La Coruña stop. The walled city of Lugo looks too interesting to miss, so I'll be going to Santiago de Compostela from Vigo.
  14. Looks like a great itinerary otherwise. Tangier is 200 miles north, so there isn't enough time to visit Casablanca via bus or rental car, unfortunately.
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