Now that most of us, and most hotels, have very nice TVs, and we can watch movies whenever we want on our mobile tablets and phones, a visit to the local movie theater just doesn’t hold the same appeal it once did. But there is still something indefinable about watching a movie on a BIG screen – under the stars.
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When smoking was banned on airlines there was no discussion about it on any online travel community. Then again, there were no online travel communities – or no public internet for that matter.
It’s impressive enough to get up and workout before breakfast when you are at home, much less when you are on vacation cruising around the Caribbean, Mediterranean, or where have you.
Probably the most popular and famous of Seattle’s tourist attractions, the Pike Public Market is something you are likely going to plan a visit to if you are going to be in the Emerald City. But what should you see if time is limited?
What should one do when sailing by a glacier? Why, dress in layers of course. Come to think of it, isn’t that the answer to every weather-related dress problem?
Note to Celebrity Cruises – most 30+-year-olds are past the turn-up-the-volume phase of their lives. They are, however, rapidly approaching the “Mmmmm, this jello is really good – would be even better with sliced nanners,” phase.
Digital cameras have literally changed the way we view the world. How many photos do you take on an average trip? And is 1,200 too many for a 5-day cruise?
Over on the CruiseCritic forums goldgirl2 asks whether most cruisers prefer the port or starboard side of the ship when selecting a cabin. I didn’t perform a full audit of the answers, but it seems the majority favor the port side. Even having never been on a cruise this would seem to make sense. Based off of…