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Thread: ELeanor Burns 8-day cruise

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    September 11-18- 2011

    1185.00 8 days on the Royal Caribeans's Freedom of the Seas.

    877-887-1188

    They take payments and have non-quilter rates too

    This is priced great and I am planning on doing it myself.

    Hope others might get to join me.Can you imagine being on a ship 8 days with Eleanor Burns. I am so there.
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    Debbie, where is the cruise going??

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    Oh, I wish I could do that. But my next trip is to see my DGD's.

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    OMG, that would be so much fun!

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    Port Canaveral - Cococav, St. Thomas, St. Marten
    If your spouse goes, there is a non-quilter price. I will post more when I call to book me. YOu can start making payments now. Wahoooooo.

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    OK. I just called and here is the scoop:
    YOu call Sewmanyplaces and book a spot on the cruise.
    It leaves out of Port Canveral Florida - You can get there yourselves or they charge 35.00 to book a flight for you.
    Cost is 1185.00 and you deposit 100.00 and then they will take 100.0 a month out of your account until June 15th 2011 and then the final amount is due. YOu can also request they take out a larger payment if you like.
    Then July they send you all the info, your package for the cruise with all the schedules and classes, prices etc. Prices for the classes are not included.
    If we put our heads together we can make plans to ride to Florida together in a vehicle and save on airline tickets. Pick you up on the way type thing. LOL. This could be fun.
    Oh they prefer auto pay so it comes out on the 15th of every month. I am so loving this. I can afford to do it this way. Or guess you could save the money and then book but space may not be available.

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    I love cruising and would love to be on one with Eleanor but crusing in Sept.???? I don't think so. Hurricane season.

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    There would be "stripping" going on then!!! LOL

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    I have to figure out how to convince my husband that I should travel to Florida for a cruise......when I live in California. I would so love to do this!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Janet My
    I love cruising and would love to be on one with Eleanor but crusing in Sept.???? I don't think so. Hurricane season.
    If you really want to go you should! Most of my 15 cruises have been during hurricane season. Usually Sept to Nov. Never had a problem! The ships stay away from the storm, which does sometimes mean they go west rather than east, different ports etc. But they do still go somewhere. They don't want to damage their 500 million dollar ships! Millions of people cruise during hurricane season every year. If it was ever really that bad, they'd cancel and refund your money.

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