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Wednesday, December 10, 2014 14:09 | Filled in Uncategorized
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Saturday morning came in at a glorious 40 degrees or so, cloudy, grey, and damp. We piled onto the buses and headed to see the sights around the city, ending up at the Christmas Market. Although they are nice, in the case of the Danube cities, they are a bit of a letdown. The markets are smallish, and a lot is of the same items. Yes, made in Germany, but mostly mass produced. Ah…but the gluwein!!!!! Each city has a Christmas Market gluwein and mug. You purchase the wine, and it’s served in a mug with the name of the city, the year, with a deposit of roughly 2 Euros…to be returned with the return of the mug. (We have a collection of 12 mugs.) After returning to the ship we set sail through the Main-Danube Canal, a series of locks that raise the ship from (roughly) sea level to over 1500 feet, and back down to join the Danube. As was stated, after the first lock or two, its no longer ‘WOW’ but, “Oh, another one”. We arrived in Regensburg, Germany the next morning, tied up, and took our walking tour of the city, then were cut loose to explore on our own. Again, Christmas Market time, more gluwein, more shopping, then back to the ship for dinner and sailing. We left early evening and sailed through the night, with our next stop in Passau, Germany. This city is at the confluence of 3 rivers, and flooding is a major problem. The last “big” flood was in 1580’s, yet the flood of 2013 was only a few inches lower. Awesome! More gluwein, more shopping, on to Vienna, Austria. From here we sailed during the day to see the castles (and ruins) and it’s really an awesome sight Castles…..the original toll booth! Vienna is really a pretty city, with enough culture to satisfy everyone. We didn’t opt for the optional excursion to go to a concert, but everyone who went raved about it. Here I was able to take a tour into the city with the Chef and visit the Fresh Market. Stall after stall of fresh fish, meats, vegetables, as well as candy, small eateries, and myriads of items I can’t even imagine what their use is. I purchased some dried fruit called physalis, which is a yellow fruit roughly the size of a grape, when eaten fresh it has a slightly sweet/tart flavor, and a texture similar to a grainy apple. When dried, it looks like a large golden raisin, has the texture of a fig, and has 4 distinct flavors, sour, sweet, bitter, and earthy, in that order, and very quickly. It was here I was able to purchase my Chef’s Knife, a beautiful well balanced piece of work that should last me for the rest of my life. We spent the night here, then in the morning set sail for our final stop, Budapest, Hungary. This is a beautiful city, with the most striking piece of architectural wonder, the Parliament Building, especially when illuminated at night. Our biggest “problem” with the cruise was the weather (or lack thereof). It was cold, grey, and damp. The sun only came out once, and that was in Budapest, and only for a few hours. Saturday, when we left, it was raining. Now the fun began! We were scheduled to depart the ship at 6:30a.m. for a 9:00 flight. We arrived at the airport, there was a Viking rep there to assist us, and we checked in and started our wait for the flight. We had an opportunity to pick up a few more items at the duty free shops, then it was time to get on board.
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The cities. Prague was wonderful! We had the chance to really see the area, and it was by no means complete. To really see the city you would need at least a week! The one thing I got was the “feel” of the city. Pictures are fine, but to get the feel, one needs to look past the fancy monuments, gorgeous statues and buildings, and pay attention to the ebb and flow of the area. The food and the beer are excellent, and you can easily make friends at one of the pubs.Nuremberg, Germany has history galore, some good, some not good. They have embraced the fact Germany failed to see Hitler for what he was, and have taken steps to get across the message. Uncomfortable? Sometimes, but absolutely necessary. Very sobering. Regensburg, Germany. Here’s a nice Medieval Town that has embraced the past eras, where workmanship and pride of achievement is paramount. Lots to see and do. Passau, Germany. The confluence of 3 major rivers, it’s subject to flooding. Right on the river, it’s easily accessible from the ship to town, and the action. Plenty of shops, including Simon’s, the origin of the gingerbread. Only sold during Advent, with the original recipe (3 ingredients…flour, honey, spices). It’s biggest draw is it’s chocolates. Vienna, Austria. Although right on the river, you need to take the Metro to reach the best areas. Here you can find a mix of modern and Gothic, tastefully existing together. Mozart is found on virtually every block, either named in some building, pictured as the name of the store, or as candy treats (that are excellent, by the way!) Budapest, Hungary. Right on the river, it’s easily accessible from the ship. Buda is on one side of the river, Pest is on the other. The Parliament Building is absolutely stunning, both during the day, and especially in the evening, when it’s all lit up. The entire city is beautiful, and well worth an additional visit just to see it all.
So, let’s recap. The river cruise is different than an ocean cruise. Some of the biggest differences are the size of the rooms, the size of the ships, the “lack” of fancy entertainment venues, just to name a few. Our room, a mid priced “French Balcony” was listed at 135 square feet. (Carnival, for comparison, is 185 square feet) Passenger capacity on the river boat is near 180 passengers, vs. over 2000 for most ocean ships. Because of the lower number, it’s possible to really get to meet the entire crew, and even visit the various areas. Entertainment is either brought onboard (local talent, from Opera/musical groups) to folk dancers, to food prep specialties, or optional excursions to similar venues in town. The biggest “problem” in my own view is the cost and agonizing pain of flying over the ocean. The airlines have taken the attitude that it’s much more valuable they carry 10 – 20 more passengers than to have some semblance of comfort. The seats are crammed in and have virtually no ability to recline to anything resembling comfort. Upgrading to “Premium Economy” is one option, but can be costly. Still, it’s a valuable option. Business Class, or even First Class, is out of reach of most people. We would love to do this type of cruise again, on a different river, different time of year, but because of the cost of flights, and the lack of comfort, not in the foreseeable future.

BERMUDA Part Deux

Tuesday, April 22, 2014 11:59 | Filled in Uncategorized

Well, as all things flow like the tide, we missed getting the repositioning cruise coming up in March of 2015. There is still room on board, but I just cannot justify the cost of a balcony just to watch the water go by. As a result, I went in search of someplace else. I lucked out! There is a cruise sailing out of Norfolk, Va. in October of 2015, going to Bermuda! Well, Barb loves Bermuda, and the price was good, so I booked us for there. One thing that will bear watching, the cruise is a “onesie”, in that it is (and will be) the only cruise for that cruise line going to Bermuda, either in 2015, or for that matter, 2014. It will be interesting to see if they decide to go in 2016. Well…here’s an update. Carnival SUNSHINE will be sailing from Port Canaveral one week earlier, 2 days at sea, 3 days in Bermuda, and 2 days at sea. It’s also an 8 night cruise, as well as more expensive. They also announced that the PRIDE will sail to Bermuda out of Baltimore when she returns, but the general feeling is that there isn’t enough time to get to see or do anything. One other nice thing. The cruise will spend a full three days docked. Most other ships claim three days, but when you check their itineraries, you discover the ship arrives mid to late afternoon of the first day, and departs noon or mid afternoon of the third day. This cruise we dock early in the morning of day one, and depart late afternoon day three. Hopefully, this time, we will get to see all those other places we missed on our last trip. We have posted on the cruise lines web site a “roll call” message, and it looks like there are a few of us who book early, then chaff at the bit, hoping the days would go by quicker. Well, here is more to see what’s going on. We have the trip insurance paid for, so now all that’s left is the payments to get the cruise paid off. Still no price changes, but it’s early yet. October and the CLIA annual sale will be coming up, and in November the traditional Military Appreciation benefits will be (hopefully) added. These are normally found as OBC’s, but the cruise must be paid in full to get them, although that is not always the case. I’ll be adding to this as time goes on. Hopefully that will occupy some of the time.
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How in the Hell can you afford all these cruises??

Sunday, February 9, 2014 20:00 | Filled in Uncategorized

This is a question I get asked almost weekly. I’m not filthy rich, I don’t have a whole lot of money to toss around, yet I’m able to take several cruises per year. So, you ask, how do you do it? Well, for me, it’s a fairly simple process. First, my wife and I try to agree on where we would like to go… whether it be the Caribbean, the West Coast, New England, or wherever hits our fancy. Next, we try to determine the best time of the year to do this. If we are looking at Canada and New England, we are pretty much limited to late summer or early Fall. The Caribbean is easy, anytime during the year. Once we have these parts figured out, we try to decide when, as in, this year, next year, or the year after that. Yes, we plan ahead, which is how we are able to do as we plan. As soon as the itineraries are announced for a specific area, we look to see if it’s something we want. If not, we look at alternates. If nothing still tickles our fancy, we hold off, or put searching on hold. Inevitably, something will come up, whether it be a repositioning cruise, or a series of deals that make sense. It may even be a situation where a cruise now may pay off later. Case in point. We completed a cruise in January, and the cruise line made an offer to assist us in paying for an additional cruise, provided it was taken in this year, and met other criteria. As a result, our next cruise comes in at around $20 per person per day. So, in terms of planning, the earlier you plan ahead of the cruise, the cheaper your price. Also, by booking early, you have the options of spreading out your payments, based on your terms, versus someone elses. By booking early, you can get what you want, and not be taking whatever is left. You can choose the best tours and get them out of the way before sailing. You can put money aside for tours, for on board expenses, and not be jammed up worrying about how you will pay for everything. More importantly, you will have everything thought out before you commit, thus avoiding the pitfall of booking something you really are not interested in. You will have had the opportunity to research the areas, and who knows, you may just find something that’s really interesting, whether it be food tastings, areas to visit, or places absolutely the must see/do, all because you had the time. Now, for this next cruise coming up, We received a message from Princess showing some very nice, inexpensive cruises. This cruise leaves from Houston going to Cozumel, Belize, and Isle of Roatan, Honduras. We were at the last two many years ago, so it will be interesting to see the changes that have occurred in the

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interim. One activity I’m very interested in exploring is there is a new rum in Roatan, as well as rum cakes, infusions, and rum sauces. They have several outlets, but I’m interested in going to the original location which, from what I understand, has an awesome view from their location. As in other countries, they do not ship outside the country, so any product must be purchased at their stores, with the understanding if you didn’t buy enough, then you won’t get any more unless you return. I certainly hope the taste is worth it, and I’m planning on bringing some back. Hopefully, this will be the last cruise before our winter trip, especially now that there’s a repositioning cruise on the horizon that really has piqued my interest. But that’s for a later discussion.

Ooooohhhhh….I feel sick!!!!!

Friday, January 31, 2014 11:10 | Filled in Uncategorized

It’s been all over the news lately….Royal Caribbean had to shorten their cruise from New Jersey because over 600 passengers got ill (reason to be determined, but Norovirus suspected), and now a Princess ship had to return early because almost 200 got ill on a cruise from Texas. So the question is, is cruising more prone to illness or sickness than any other type of vacation, or is this an aberration? Let’s put it into perspective. Last year (2013) over 21 MILLION passengers went on cruises (yes, MILLION) yet less than 1% got ill. That’s a pretty good record. In the same time frame, what about all the Norovirus “outbreaks” here at home? Unfortunately, there is no way to quantify it, simply because no one keeps records of those that got it at their childs pre-school, or sports arena, or while visiting relatives, either at home or in a medical facility, or any other locale. It’s kind of like everyone gets incensed about 600 people dying in an airplane crash, yet ignoring the 43,000 who die on the nations highways every year. The numbers are spread out, so there’s no outrage about how the auto industry, or the traffic departments, or the road construction fields or any other reason, that create mass hysteria or confusion. Yet, whenever a “sickness” breaks out on a cruise ship, the media is on it like flies to shit, and then our “wonderful” elected officials come out demanding this reform, or that reform, when in fact, it’s all a matter of personal health and choice. How many times have you seen people go into the bathroom, then leave, without washing? How many times have you then seen these same people go to a food area and handle food and utensils? Or, how many times have you gone out , and seen children go to a buffet area without parental presence, and handle the food? How many times have you seen people handling food rather than use the provided utensils? Let’s take it further. How many times have you done it yourself? Oh sure, businesses provide (sometimes) liquid disinfectant, like Purell, or similar. They even say to use it prior to handling food. Guess what? It’s not effective! Hand sanitizers will not kill viruses. The only way to control them is to wash, using hot water and soap. The hand sanitizer only kills some bacteria. Cruise lines, and businesses in general, have added to this misconception, saying to “wash” using these sanitizers. If nothing else, they are attempting to try and keep germs to a minimum, but doing the populace a dis-service in the process. So, the next time you feel inclined to not wash after an activity, remember, if you get sick, it’s not the fault of the establishment you visited, it’s you, and mostly you, that enabled the “bug” to affect you. Oh, and one last thing. When washing, wet the hands, hot water please, lather with soap, and start singing to yourself either “Happy Birthday” or the “ABC Song”. When finished, rinse well (again, with hot water), then wipe dry. When leaving the bathroom, either push the door open with your body, or, if it pulls inward, use a fresh paper towel to grab the handle, open, and immediately toss the towel in the trash. (remember, the other person probably didn’t wash)