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Old 09-08-2012, 01:17 PM   #1
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Just Off Eastern Canadian

Hi y'all!

Just off the Eastern Canadian yesterday morning, with two new booked! (Med, and the DVC Members January) Any questions, just ask!
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Hi! Did you enjoy the cruise? How cold was it at sea? Food good? Do you know what time boarding began? What did you enjoy in the ports? Thanks for any answers.
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How was Halifax? What did you do there?
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Hi! Did you enjoy the cruise? How cold was it at sea? Food good? Do you know what time boarding began? What did you enjoy in the ports? Thanks for any answers.
Boarding started around 11:40 . Food was not that good. I did the hop on hop off bus both places a mistake
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We were on the july 8 cruise. If you are looking for something different in saint John, we did the riverboat cruise and enjoyed it. Got to see some local scenery without traveling too far. We had wanted to do the Saint Martins caves or Hopewell Rocks but it was high tide the day we were there. The riverboat was a relaxing afternoon trip. That being said I was with my 78 yr old mother so it was necessary to find something she would enjoy.

Also we found the sea days to be in the cool side in July so I'd pack a fleece for Sept! I live in Boston and its 65 and rainy now! Though that can change on land but I'd be prepared for cool sea days.
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Boarding started around 11:40 . Food was not that good. I did the hop on hop off bus both places a mistake
Thanks. Sorry to hear that about the food. Hope our choices are better?? Did you see a decline in quality? I was considering hop on hop off but right now am leaning toward a taxi. Good to know about boarding.

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We were on the july 8 cruise. If you are looking for something different in saint John, we did the riverboat cruise and enjoyed it. Got to see some local scenery without traveling too far. We had wanted to do the Saint Martins caves or Hopewell Rocks but it was high tide the day we were there. The riverboat was a relaxing afternoon trip. That being said I was with my 78 yr old mother so it was necessary to find something she would enjoy.

Also we found the sea days to be in the cool side in July so I'd pack a fleece for Sept! I live in Boston and its 65 and rainy now! Though that can change on land but I'd be prepared for cool sea days.
Thanks for the feedback on excursions. Fleece or the like sound good. We're 65 and sunny here. Lows the last two nights in the 50s....I am loving it. Fleece or the like sound like a great idea for sea days.
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