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.
When you are planning a cruise there are so many choices and different experiences that can be selected that it can be overwhelming. The best way to sort through the choices is to have help from an expert who can give you the inside scoop on different areas of the world and the activities that are specific to these areas. Your dream cruise and the cruising travel expert who can assist you is just a click away: Go to Contact Us in the navigation bar and let me know how I can help you.
Q: Is Cruising Affordable and a Good Vacation Value?
A: Cruising is the best vacation value! There are cruise vacations to suit every budget. Your cruise fare includes all meals, your stateroom, onboard activities and entertainment, plus transportation from port to port. You’ll know what your vacation will end up costing you before you go. (Typically, your only extra expenses will be drinks, optional shore excursions, and personal services such as massage or hairstyling.)
When cruising to Rome, Italy, I recommend my clients stay at least one day in this wonderful city. Sights including the Catacombs, Coliseum, Trevi Fountain and Spanish Steps are known worldwide and are just a few of the magnificent sites in Rome. Another great city to visit is Civitavecchia, located two hours north of Rome. Here’s my best tip when planning a cruise that includes Rome: Schedule your Rome sightseeing before or after the cruise. This way you don’t have to rush to visit all of the amazing parts of this fabulous city. This is truly one not to be missed!