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Royal Caribbean Jewel--Whats Good/Bad

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sanjoseca

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#41
Parrot Mom said:
GIVE ME A BREAK.. men do not age as well as women...X( Unless they are in a tux.. but in a few years when men learn to moisturize their faces and do face and brow lifts..maybe..
So, your measure of aging well is whether or not a person uses artificial, superficial means to enhance the outside, disregarding the inner beauty. You forgot boob jobs, stomach tucks and butt lifts.

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Parrot Mom

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#43
You see.. men never get past those items to see "inner beauty".. BTW have you looked at the mens section of the local CVS pharmacy or Dept. Store lately..
 
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Calgon1

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#44
I think I've aged fairly well. Managed to keep my emotions in check and haven't killed anybody .............




























( ... today)
 
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PH8

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#45
Calgon1 said:
I think I've aged fairly well.
as has San!! He looks pretty good for a guy his age.. :) not to mention how active he is!! Bet he is more active than anyone on this thread........




























( ... today)[/quote]
 
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PH8

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#46
Parrot Mom said:
You see.. men never get past those items to see "inner beauty".. BTW have you looked at the mens section of the local CVS pharmacy or Dept. Store lately..
and the women dont have their own section?????????????? Gimme a break!! ::eek:
 
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sanjoseca

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#47
That's all I look at.....inner beauty:cool: Heh, heh, heh.

Don't have CVS out here.....but I'm guessing that you're referring to men's beauty products.
 
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sanjoseca

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#49
Yeah, we have Walgreens, but I just heard that CVS bought a large western states drug store chain........Longs Drugs.......I guess they are in the midst of merging the two brands.
 
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PH8

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#50
The two(Walgreens and CVS) are usually on opposite corners of the street..................BIG market for stuff to keep you young looking.. ;)
 
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sanjoseca

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#51
They're across the street from each other in Gilroy....Walgreens is getting ready for their grand opening.....they've been building it for over a year now.
 
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Parrot Mom

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#53
[large][/large]ISN'T THIS WAY OFF THE SUBJECT......CRUISING!!!:loveya TO My Calgon...
 
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Corky

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#54
Getting back on subject :D The Jewel is a stunning ship, probably my favorite thus far. All of the glass is beautiful and the ship is kept in tiptop shape. Plus, there are so many little spots that one can find to just sit and curl up with a good book. And the Atrium always had something going on. We spent a lot of time in this area in the evenings before dinner, it just kind of called for you to come visit for a while.

We sailed in Feb, with Calgon and other C@'s, and the staff was Fantastic and always helpful. We had a wonderful waiter and asst. waiter, and the two of them made each night very pleasant for us in the dining room. Food is quite subjective, and we did have some nice meals. The presentation was always nice. Nothing stands out as being WOW...but I could take it or leave it as far as food goes on a cruise and would be just as happy with a slice of pizza or a hot dog. But, mainly, I am sure that is because I hate to stop what I am doing to get cleaned up just to go to dinner. :lol Our cabin steward as well was always nice and charming.

We certainly hope to sail the Jewel again and I hope that you have a great time on your sailing. :)
 
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Parrot Mom

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#55
:waveThank Y ou... We have four months plus to go to our t/a on the NCL Gem.. should be an interesting experience.. then I will make a decision .. there are now possibly four choices of cruises for the fall of 2010..lol
 
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PH8

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#56
Parrot Mom said:
[large][/large]ISN'T THIS WAY OFF THE SUBJECT.........
It sure is!! (tu)

I have been on JW twice and loved it..........did NCL and you can keep them(td)..............all a matter of personal opinion.........