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Question for experienced Mexican Caribean cruisers

We're in San Diego and it is a real ordeal to fly to Florida to get on board
a cruise ship for the Caribbean. What we'd like to do is take a courteous,
free lunch/booze flight from Tijuana on a Mexican airline to Cozumel,
Merida, Veracruz or anywhere on the east coast and get on a 8 or 9 day
cruise ship that would drop us off where we got on.

Any ideas?

Wayne


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Re: Question for experienced Mexican Caribean cruisers

> a cruise ship for the Caribbean.

You could grab a Celebrity, Holland America, Princess, Norwegian, Royal
Caribbean cruise from San Diego (one boards in Ensenada) thru the Panama
Canal to Fort Lauderdale (several Caribbean stops) and buy a one-way
Southwest flight home (or vise versa). It cuts the pain by 1/2!!
OR
Do a back to back and wind up back in San Diego.


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Re: Question for experienced Mexican Caribean cruisers


<rieker5.nospam.ever@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> > a cruise ship for the Caribbean.

>
> You could grab a Celebrity, Holland America, Princess, Norwegian, Royal
> Caribbean cruise from San Diego (one boards in Ensenada) thru the Panama
> Canal to Fort Lauderdale (several Caribbean stops) and buy a one-way
> Southwest flight home (or vise versa). It cuts the pain by 1/2!!
> OR
> Do a back to back and wind up back in San Diego.
>

Darned! That sound really great. I will certainly look into it. Thanks!


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<rieker5.nospam.ever@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:CO-dnWszn94HA9XfRVn-vw@adelphia.com...
> > a cruise ship for the Caribbean.

>
> You could grab a Celebrity, Holland America, Princess, Norwegian, Royal
> Caribbean cruise from San Diego (one boards in Ensenada) thru the Panama
> Canal to Fort Lauderdale (several Caribbean stops) and buy a one-way
> Southwest flight home (or vise versa). It cuts the pain by 1/2!!
> OR
> Do a back to back and wind up back in San Diego.
>

Darned! That sound really great. I will certainly look into it. Thanks!


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Re: Question for experienced Mexican Caribean cruisers

>>
> Darned! That sound really great. I will certainly look into it. Thanks!


I am partial to HAL, but in my mind, there is no such thing as a 'bad
cruise'.

Remember....

>A bad day on a cruise is better than a good day at work.<


BTW, in case no one has told you....if you own 100 (or more) shares of
Carnival, you get a nice onboard shareholder credit if you cruise on one of
their lines. (you have to do the footwork of applying for it)


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