We’re not what I would refer to as “professional cruisers” — those couples or families who cruise frequently and know the ins and outs of everything that floats. In fact, we’ve only been on two cruises.
Our first was several years ago when we cruised to the Caribbean as part of a work-related event. While we enjoyed (hard not to ride the waves of a bit of sun and sea in the middle of winter), we couldn’t shake the “Borscht Belt” circa 1960s feeling that a giant all-inclusive floating hotel evokes. Cruising felt contrived: The forced dress code for read more >>>
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