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Jamaica ends COVID related travel authorization

In March of 2021, I spent 7 amazing days at Grand Palladium Lady Hamilton. Due to the fact that COVID was prevalent in Jamaica, it was mandated to complete a travel authorization prior to flying to Jamaica. TravelPulse.com is reporting that the travel authorization required has been eliminated. “Visitors to …

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Choosing your cabin on a cruise ship

When you book a cruise, you may be considering the ports of call, the ship and the price, but the most difficult decision you will make is choosing your cabin on a cruise ship. We all know the price is the main factor in choosing a cabin, but keep in …

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Parking at Port Canaveral

Parking for your cruise can not only be a headache, but can also cost a small fortune! Sure, parking at the cruise port is extremely convenient, but can cost almost $20 a day! I’ve found an incredible parking location near Port Canaveral with great shuttle service! Park N Cruise Port …

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Carnival cruise line COVID protocols

It’s been over a year since I’ve sailed on a Carnival cruise, but I’m happy to say that I’ll be sailing on the Carnival Liberty in February. During my online check in, I noticed the Carnival cruise line COVID protocols, also known as, “Have Fun. Be Safe.” Check out the …

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Carnival cruise line updates Diamond and Platinum guests

I’ve been a Carnival Platinum level “Very Important Fun Person” (VIFP) for many years. Today I received the email below from Carnival President, Christine Duffy. I’ve been told by members of a Carnival Facebook group this letter is nothing new, so I’m guessing I’m receiving it because I will be …

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Interview with Captain Carnival

If you’ve sailed on a Carnival cruise through the port in Tampa, chances you know the famous, “Captain Carnival.” When I was touring the Carnival Mardi Gras in Port Canaveral several months ago, I shouted a “hello” to the Captain, and he happily waved back! I was watching one of …

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Crystal cruise ships arrested

Over the last few days, you’ve probably heard that Crystal cruise ships avoided docking in Miami because they feared being arrested. Running from the law has now ended as two Crystal cruise ships have been arrested. CruiseHive.com is reporting, “The uncertainty about Crystal Cruises’ future continues to unfold, and both …

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