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Interview the person below you <B>(Board Game)</B>

Discussion in 'Know Before You Go' started by John, Jul 24, 2004.

  1. Doctor P.

    Doctor P. Guest

    Re: Interview the person below you (Board Game)

    Best remedy is to start planning the next cruise! :)

    What is your favorite port to cruise out of and why?
     
  2. gkrebs

    gkrebs Guest

    Re: Interview the person below you (Board Game)

    Miami, I lovwe the beach and the nightlife there.

    What is your favorite Slot Machine?
     
  3. Donna - dsw

    Donna - dsw Guest

    Re: Interview the person below you (Board Game)

    Played one on our Alaska cruise that was called "Cherry Pie" won two nights in a row - - so that is my favorite.

    How do you save money for a cruise?
     
  4. Ken_2001

    Ken_2001 Guest

    Re: Interview the person below you (Board Game)

    My wife and I make it a point to put aside at least 30 dollars from each one of our paychecks each week into our savings. At the end of a year we might even have enough left over for a 2 nighter.

    So, how did you get into cruising?
     
  5. kadao

    kadao Guest

    Re: Interview the person below you (Board Game)

    Cruising never sound interesting or fun to me until one time my parents brought back some menus. We took one look and thought, humm...maybe we should go on a cruise. We've been on several since then and are hooked!

    Question - do you usually book shore excursions though the ship or plan your own?
     
  6. geejay

    geejay Guest

    Re: Interview the person below you (Board Game)

    We used to book through the ship, but now find something interesting online and book them. Our favorite -- sailing on the beautiful Winifred in St. Thomas.
    Have you ever been offered an illegal substance at a port?



    Post Edited (07-28-04 13:42)
     
  7. Ken_2001

    Ken_2001 Guest

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    Yes I did. In Ocho Rios Jamaica in fact. It was a bit un-nerving, but not unexpected.

    So, with so many ships hitting so many ports, what could be next for the cruise lines?
     
  8. red stripe

    red stripe Guest

    Re: Interview the person below you (Board Game)

    yes.

    forget where.. E would remember

    have you ever had an accident while cruising?
     
  9. rhen33

    rhen33 Guest

    Re: Interview the person below you (Board Game)

    Yes, in nassau.It was cheeba.Just kept walking.Did you ever meet someone onboard you just wanted to smack?



    Post Edited (07-28-04 13:52)
     
  10. catlover

    catlover Guest

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    I have done both......the nice thing when you book with the cruise line is you know for sure that you won't miss the ship.

    Which ship that you have been on had the best band/live entertainment?
     
  11. tango55

    tango55 Guest

    Re: Interview the person below you (Board Game)

    The good old SS Norway - can't remember the band's name, but we loved them by the pool!

    Would you be willing to pay extra for an "all inclusive" cruise - with booze included?
     
  12. nu2cruisin

    nu2cruisin Guest

    Re: Interview the person below you (Board Game)

    I would definitely pay extra for an all inclusive cruise!!!

    What was your worst cruising experience?
     
  13. cycofan

    cycofan Guest

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    We've been lucky not to have anything horrible, but had a mildly bad experience with a pre-stay in San Juan.

    Do you ever have to defend your cruising addiciton to friends and family?
     
  14. nieciez

    nieciez Guest

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    All the time to my parents and sister....can you believe Diane said she doesn't care if she never sees another Caribbean island! =eek =crazy

    Have you ever made friends with a crew member and "Kept in Touch"?
     
  15. Donna - dsw

    Donna - dsw Guest

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    Yes, my kids don't understand why I love cruising so much. My sister just last weekend thought I was crazy to drive 2 1/2 hours to attend a the Ohio Addicts gathering! lol

    Hubby will go if I push - but he isn't as fond as I am. He would rather be on a golf outing with the guys!

    Do you prefer to cruise alone or with others?
     
  16. iluvcruzin

    iluvcruzin Guest

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    I haven't cruised solo yet but there's a first for everything. I like cruising with others. I go with a friend, a familly member, my BF... whoever want's to go. Group cruising is something new I'm trying. I'm sure it will be great - love meeting people from roll-calls onboard.

    Question - Which cruisline or ship has the best pizza on board?
     
  17. Re: Interview the person below you (Board Game)

    The Star Princess.



    What is the nicest thing you have seen someone do for someone else while cruising?



    Post Edited (07-28-04 16:34)
     
  18. Cruise cutie

    Cruise cutie Guest

    Re: Interview the person below you (Board Game)

    We happened to come across a few minute old Proposal on deck after formal dinner,casino and walking on deck..both the couple were glowing!!!..:sparkle .What is the one itinerary you HAVE to go on before you stop cruising for your own piece of mind????????????as in you will be miserable if you don't get there...:grin???????????...Joanne
     
  19. Citygirl

    Citygirl Guest

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    Venice, for sure. I have a picture of the Canal is both my home office and office office. Maybe for our 40th anniversary?

    Are you like me, and want to cruise Alaska, but don't want to miss out on sunbathing by the pool?
     
  20. Ken_2001

    Ken_2001 Guest

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    I'd love to cruise Alaska. Sunbathing proves to be very dangerous thing to do. My GP has shown me pictures of people in there 40's who unfortunately look like raisens. With all the activities on board, I"d rather go that route.

    So, with so many ships hitting so many ports, what could be next for the cruise lines?
     

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