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Accessible Cruise to Alaska’s Inside Passage

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Four years ago I took my very first cruise which happened to be to one of the best destinations a person could ever dream to visit, Alaska.  Since then it has been my dream to visit again.  This past May my dream became a reality as my parents and I spent another wonderful week exploring The Last Frontier.  Our adventure began in Vancouver where we boarded Princess Cruise Lines Crown Princess.  Although I hadn’t been on Crown Princess before, the ships layout and the great accessibility features were already familiar to me as I had previously cruised on her...

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Door County, Wisconsin Accessibility

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For my summer vacation this year I wanted to get back home to Wisconsin to visit my family.  After spending three days in my hometown of Merrill, WI, my parents and I would pack up for the 3-hour drive to the Door County Peninsula, between the Bay of Green Bay and Lake Michigan, where we would spend the remainder of my vacation. The Door County Peninsula is a popular tourist destination for residents in the Midwest and is commonly called “Cape Cod of the Midwest.”  Most of the activities in Door County are outdoors which makes it very popular...

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REVIEW #2: 7-Day Eastern Caribbean Cruise on the Disney Fantasy

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I have been on many great Disney Cruises, but the access on the 7-night Eastern Caribbean Cruise onboard the Disney Fantasy was a huge disappointment. In November 2014, our itinerary included stops in St. Thomas, San Juan and Castaway Cay.  My plans for this cruise were to test the accessibility of the ship and the embarkation / disembarkation process at the various ports of call. The Stateroom For our cruise on the Fantasy we booked an Accessible 1-bedroom Concierge Family Stateroom with Verandah and I had high expectations as my previous Disney cruise was in the same type room, only it...

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Western Caribbean Cruise: Ruby Princess

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As 2014 approached and about two months removed from my 5-day cruise onboard Princess Cruise Lines Flagship Royal Princess, I found myself itching to go on another cruise.  I started to roam the websites of Disney, Royal Caribbean and Princess Cruise Lines to get an idea as to where I wanted to go, for how long and when.  When it came right down to it all, I couldn’t get myself away from Princess.  They were after-all my first cruise line and always very accommodating to me.  I narrowed my search down to two itineraries, a 5-night to either the...

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Accessible Caribbean Cruise with Royal Princess

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I’ve always been fascinated with traveling; mostly by air though as that was my main form of travel when not taking a road-trip with my family.  For almost three years now I’ve had the honor of working for one of the largest airlines in the United States which only enhanced my love of travel.  Cruising had been the one form of travel that I hadn’t done, but wanted to experience.  My parents, avid cruisers themselves, took me on my first cruise in August 2012 to Alaska onboard Princess Cruise Lines Golden Princess and then followed that cruise up with...

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Pan Pacific Hotel in Vancouver, B.C. Canada

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My parents and I recently had the pleasure of staying at the beautiful 4-star luxury Pan Pacific Vancouver in British Columbia, Canada for one night before departing on a cruise to Alaska.  I had heard and read many great reviews about Pan Pacific while researching places to stay in Vancouver and one of the most attractive points about the hotel is it is directly connected to Canada Place where cruise ships embark from Vancouver.  The hotel also offers many great restaurants, select luxury boutiques, beautiful views of Vancouver Harbour, downtown Vancouver and the Coast Mountain Range.  Pan Pacific is...

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