Cruising to Europe in the fall is a wonderful idea for several reasons!! Normally the rates are lower, the locals have more time to spend with you, and the climate is milder. One of the reasons to book at this time of year is the rate has a chance to drop even though you may have just paid your deposit or even if your paid in full.
One of the things you can enjoy at sea is being able to see sunrises and sunsets completely from beginning to end. Reminds me of a story that a child wrote. In writing a letter to God, the child wrote “Dear God, I didn’t think that purple and orange went together until I saw your sunset on Thursday.” Imagine seeing that in a peaceful setting from the ship. If you enjoy seeing sunrises and sunsets this will definitely be a benefit you can enjoy every day of your cruise. Be sure you take a camera to capture those memories.
One of the best things to experience on any vacation is the local flavor! Taking six-star cruises, including large and river cruise lines will ensure you experience flavor from the locals themselves. These lines make certain to bring in locals when you are at port. When I was in Israel the crew brought live musicians and actors on the ship. On another cruise we docked in Belgium and had wine and beer tasting. Don’t risk missing out on this essential part of cruising, book your cruise with me on one of the luxury six-star lines to ensure you get a true taste of the local community.
Very friendly and incredibly beautiful, St. John and St. Thomas of the U.S. Virgin Islands are popular destinations for everyone. Once you dock in St. Thomas, my strongest advice is to head straight to St. John first. When you are done exploring this magnificent island, return to shop in St. Thomas before you sail. I can show you the insiders way to economically tour St. John and St. Thomas – just give me a call!
Greece has some wonderful islands including Corfu, Crete, Mykonos, Rhodes, and Santorini! To get to these islands you will sail from Athens to your destination. Santorini the most famous island that was once a volcano. There are only three ways to get to the top, one is by cable car, another by walking, and a really odd and politically incorrect way is by donkey.