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Stories and Tips Western Caribbean

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Hemmingway House and Musem, Key West

Written by vampirefan on 24 Feb, 2005

Located at 907 Whitehead St. you will find the home of American author Ernest Hemmingway. The house has been lovingly turned into a museum and opened for the public to enjoy. Hemmingway was a Nobel Prize winner and author of such literary classics such as…Read More


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Key West Lighthouse

Written by vampirefan on 24 Feb, 2005

One of my favorite spots in Key West was the Key West Lighthouse. I love lighthouses, so every time I get a chance to see one, I am extremely happy. The original lighthouse was built in 1825. The 65-foot brick lighthouse served the busy Key…Read More


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Key West, FL

Written by vampirefan on 24 Feb, 2005

One of my most favorite places to visit is Key West, Florida. Located approximately 3 hours from Miami or 90 miles from Cuba, it is a terrific place to stay and visit awhile. It has been the home of Ernest Hemmingway, Jimmy Buffet, and the…Read More


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The Fascination

Written by vampirefan on 24 Feb, 2005

It is very easy to get to the port in Miami. It is centrally located on Biscayne Boulevard. All the cruise ships are here, and you just follow the signs to the Carnival docks. If you are driving in, they do have parking and your…Read More


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Day 6: Cozumel, Mexico and Day 7: At sea

Written by melissa_bel on 16 Jul, 2004

Day 6: Cozumel, Mexico From a tiny and sleepy fishermen village, Cozumel became snorkeling Mecca and party spot. Another face of Mexico. The ships stays here a while so, lots of space to visit. First thing, we decided to visit the city. One thing I can…Read More


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Day 5 : Costa Maya, Majahual, Mexico

Written by melissa_bel on 16 Jul, 2004

That morning, as I go on deck to get my breakfast, I am faced with an awesome view. We are at Costa Maya, a brand new pier on the Riviera Maya. We are in the middle of nowhere! There is a stretch of sand and…Read More


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4th day-Grand Cayman

Written by melissa_bel on 25 Jun, 2004

Early in the morning, we arrived on Grand Cayman. Tender is required here. Instead of using the lifeboat to go ashore, Grand Cayman provides little boats to bring the passengers ashore and back. We decided that it would be a beach day. Grand Cayman is…Read More


Why the West Indies

Written by Coronado Bob & Berie on 12 Jul, 2004

This was our sixth trip to the West Indies but the first time that we ventured outside of St. Barthelemy. Starting in Anguilla, which is part of the British West Indies, we were amazed at the radical difference between the two islands when you…Read More


Extended Stay & Bonus Vacation!!!

Written by qcommconsultants on 11 Jul, 2005

For all of you browsing and searching for a cruise, this is definitely the way to go: Book your cruise at the last minute, as I only paid $271 for this cruise, and that includes all taxes and port charges!!! This cruise was originally…Read More


Cruisin' the Western Islands

Written by qcommconsultants on 06 Jul, 2005

To everyone interested in taking (or who has taken) a Caribbean cruise, we have been all over the Caribbean and can tell you that each and every island is one in itself. The port areas of cruises are typically the hot spots or, obviously, the…Read More


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