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Old 07-28-2012, 01:56 AM   #211
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Yeah, the tip came from experience - cold, wet experience...
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Yeah, the tip came from experience - cold, wet experience...
my first ski experience was my last. My first attempt on the bunny slope I was having a hard time stopping and I didn't think to fall, since the goal was not to fall....

So I figured eventually I would slow down. I ended up crashing into a few people watching at the bottom. They were mad at me, but I politely reminded them they were standing at the bottom of the beginner slope... you should have gotten out of the way....

The rest of the day didn't fare too well either.
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my first ski experience was my last. My first attempt on the bunny slope I was having a hard time stopping and I didn't think to fall, since the goal was not to fall....

So I figured eventually I would slow down. I ended up crashing into a few people watching at the bottom. They were mad at me, but I politely reminded them they were standing at the bottom of the beginner slope... you should have gotten out of the way....

The rest of the day didn't fare too well either.
You used LOGIC??? I'm more and more sure skiing is NOT something I want to try!!!
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You used LOGIC??? I'm more and more sure skiing is NOT something I want to try!!!
I'll have another go again I think next time the opportunity comes up.

Hubby convinced me (more like cajoled me) into going down the blue slope with him. It took me 45 minutes to get down. Most of that time was spent on my hands and knees, chin-deep in the soft snow, with my skis tangled up beneath me. I think it took me about 10 minutes to then co-ordinate myself enough to connect my boots to my skis and heaven knows how long to get the rest of the way down. My idea at that time was "when in doubt, take the husband out", so I couldn't stop and just aimed myself in his direction - imagine a game of human skittles . Fortunately there was nobody else on the slope to take out or witness my attempts. Unfortunately, by that time, the chair lifts had finished running for the day and we were the last to come down.

The worst part of that trip? It was my children's first time skiing as well (hubby had skied before) and DS10 was going down the diamond slopes by day 3. I hadn't progressed past bunny slopes after day 2 To make myself look good I convinced DD11 (at the time) to stay with me. We mostly rode the lifts on the bunny slope to watch a squirrel in a tree
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I'll have another go again I think next time the opportunity comes up.

Hubby convinced me (more like cajoled me) into going down the blue slope with him. It took me 45 minutes to get down. Most of that time was spent on my hands and knees, chin-deep in the soft snow, with my skis tangled up beneath me. I think it took me about 10 minutes to then co-ordinate myself enough to connect my boots to my skis and heaven knows how long to get the rest of the way down. My idea at that time was "when in doubt, take the husband out", so I couldn't stop and just aimed myself in his direction - imagine a game of human skittles . Fortunately there was nobody else on the slope to take out or witness my attempts. Unfortunately, by that time, the chair lifts had finished running for the day and we were the last to come down.

The worst part of that trip? It was my children's first time skiing as well (hubby had skied before) and DS10 was going down the diamond slopes by day 3. I hadn't progressed past bunny slopes after day 2 To make myself look good I convinced DD11 (at the time) to stay with me. We mostly rode the lifts on the bunny slope to watch a squirrel in a tree
I'm picturing it...and putting me in as you....yep, it would have been HIGH-LARRY-US to be sure! I'm not so coordinated! My idea of skiing happens INSIDE the ski lodge...hot toddys in front of the fire....yup...THAT is my speed!
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Just getting ready for our October cruise and then maybe I can concentrate on this cruise.

Hope everyone is enjoying Summer. We start school here on Monday so enjoying our last few days of being lazy!
A friend of mine recently found a great military deal on the fall coastal cruises. We were already booked on Carvnival to the Bahamas though. Sounds like a good itinerary--Angie
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I'm wondering if anyone has ever paid a deposit on a cruise then the cost of the cruise has come down and been able to score that cruise at the lower price?

I know many of us have booked our cruises so far in advance and there is the chance there will be great offers coming out in the future if the sales aren't great (we miss out on the wonderful kids sails free stuff as we never hear about it here), but I'm worried about paying the cruise in full then finding out we could have got it cheaper closer to the sail date. For the 4 of us it's already costing over $4000. And that doesn't take into consideration any other costs for us to get over or the rest of our trip.

I know if you have booked the cruise and paid in full then try and change it you have to pay a cancellation fee and possibly lose your OBCs (that happened to a friend who considered re-booking the same cruise at a much lower price than she initially paid and lost her good OBCs), so I'm wondering if I should leave the deposit as it is and then pay the balance off at the last moment, or take advantage of our high $AU compared to $US and pay it all now.
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I'm wondering if anyone has ever paid a deposit on a cruise then the cost of the cruise has come down and been able to score that cruise at the lower price?

I know many of us have booked our cruises so far in advance and there is the chance there will be great offers coming out in the future if the sales aren't great (we miss out on the wonderful kids sails free stuff as we never hear about it here), but I'm worried about paying the cruise in full then finding out we could have got it cheaper closer to the sail date. For the 4 of us it's already costing over $4000. And that doesn't take into consideration any other costs for us to get over or the rest of our trip.

I know if you have booked the cruise and paid in full then try and change it you have to pay a cancellation fee and possibly lose your OBCs (that happened to a friend who considered re-booking the same cruise at a much lower price than she initially paid and lost her good OBCs), so I'm wondering if I should leave the deposit as it is and then pay the balance off at the last moment, or take advantage of our high $AU compared to $US and pay it all now.
Yes, you need to be careful since you do not live in the states. For us in the states, we have up to the final payment date to cancel or change without penalty. We can also take advantage of any price drops should they occur prior to that date. But we too have to be careful when taking advantage of price drops that we don't lose any OBC's. We have never seen any price drops on any of our DCL cruises but I am sure they happen from time to time.

You could always payoff everything but a small amount to take advantage of the dollar.
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I'm wondering if anyone has ever paid a deposit on a cruise then the cost of the cruise has come down and been able to score that cruise at the lower price?

I know many of us have booked our cruises so far in advance and there is the chance there will be great offers coming out in the future if the sales aren't great (we miss out on the wonderful kids sails free stuff as we never hear about it here), but I'm worried about paying the cruise in full then finding out we could have got it cheaper closer to the sail date. For the 4 of us it's already costing over $4000. And that doesn't take into consideration any other costs for us to get over or the rest of our trip.

I know if you have booked the cruise and paid in full then try and change it you have to pay a cancellation fee and possibly lose your OBCs (that happened to a friend who considered re-booking the same cruise at a much lower price than she initially paid and lost her good OBCs), so I'm wondering if I should leave the deposit as it is and then pay the balance off at the last moment, or take advantage of our high $AU compared to $US and pay it all now.
I've only had it happen once, and my TA is the one who found it and took advantage for me, it was a military discount was added to a cruise we were booked on. I didn't have any obc to worry about however. Sorry I can't be more definitive!!!
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Just made a big move....hope it pays off!

Keep your fingers crossed...if it happens, this will be a wonderful 35th anniversary!


Now, if only my TA wasn't out enjoying her Saturday!!!
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I'm wondering if anyone has ever paid a deposit on a cruise then the cost of the cruise has come down and been able to score that cruise at the lower price?

I know many of us have booked our cruises so far in advance and there is the chance there will be great offers coming out in the future if the sales aren't great (we miss out on the wonderful kids sails free stuff as we never hear about it here), but I'm worried about paying the cruise in full then finding out we could have got it cheaper closer to the sail date. For the 4 of us it's already costing over $4000. And that doesn't take into consideration any other costs for us to get over or the rest of our trip.

I know if you have booked the cruise and paid in full then try and change it you have to pay a cancellation fee and possibly lose your OBCs (that happened to a friend who considered re-booking the same cruise at a much lower price than she initially paid and lost her good OBCs), so I'm wondering if I should leave the deposit as it is and then pay the balance off at the last moment, or take advantage of our high $AU compared to $US and pay it all now.
We cruise quite a bit and I have seen reductions in price on several of my past cruises. We're currently booked on a Carnival cruise in October. There have been 3 price drops on this cruise that we've taken advantage of so far! I don't make the final payment early. I figure they don't need my money until it's time--even if interest rates are <1%!! I watch prices through Vacationstogo.com and comments on the various boards.

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We just booked the Art of Animation for the week before our cruise. I hadn't even considered it but it's getting such great reviews I decided I need to check it out! The only thing missing (I think) will be the Christmas tree on Main Street at WDW? I guess I can live with that since I'm sure we'll see plenty of Disney Christmas trees at the resort, at the other parks, on the ship, etc! Quite a while still before I can book character meals, Candlelight Procession, and the Christmas party but I did mark my 2013 calendar as a reminder when I can do that! It sill seems like such a long way off!!
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We just booked the Art of Animation for the week before our cruise. I hadn't even considered it but it's getting such great reviews I decided I need to check it out! The only thing missing (I think) will be the Christmas tree on Main Street at WDW? I guess I can live with that since I'm sure we'll see plenty of Disney Christmas trees at the resort, at the other parks, on the ship, etc! Quite a while still before I can book character meals, Candlelight Procession, and the Christmas party but I did mark my 2013 calendar as a reminder when I can do that! It sill seems like such a long way off!!
good for you! I have to wait until January 1st to book our stay....that's my 11 month window for DVC
probably just be a couple of days versus a week though
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You could always payoff everything but a small amount to take advantage of the dollar.
I was thinking of doing that. As at this morning we were $1.05 to the US $. I've emailed the TA to put $2000 more on the cruise payment but she said the website is only allowing full payments for some reason and has their group's help desk looking into it. I think we have until September '13 to pay in full anyway.

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