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Here’s a post about cruises from my travel business, San Juan Capistrano Travel -I’m building a new website/blog for that business but thought you might enjoy this one -self employed folks need their vacations too!
Next week -October 17 -23 is National Cruise Vacation Week. Did you know that 10 million Americans took a cruise in 2010? My husband Ted and I were one of them – as a matter of fact -between us – we’ve taken 25 cruises over the years!
Cruising is an incredibly convenient way to travel. Unpack once and see several exciting destinations. Your family or friends won’t have to haggle over where to eat or which activities to choose -there’s something to please everyone from the youngest toddler to the grandparents. No one has to cook or clean -you’ll all be pampered by very attentive staff.
A cruise ship is truly a floating resort with beautiful atriums, lots of dining choices, spas, pools, sports, movie theaters -some have elaborate water slides, rock climbing walls, even a zip line! For those who like luxury, there are high end cruise ships that provide a lower key feel with extraordinary cuisine and educational enrichment opportunities.
Trust me you won’t be bored on a cruise. You get to choose how to spend each precious vacation day – lounge by the pool or go non-stop from morning till the wee hours -you’ll find a menu of activities to choose from on your cabin door each morning. Read a book on your balcony while you gaze out at the beautiful ocean or dance till you drop in the disco. Like to gamble? Head to the casino to try your luck. Like it quieter? Find the library filled with travel guides and the latest novels.
There are now 30 ports of embarkation in the US -meaning that half of Americans can drive to a cruise port. Handy ports to San Juan Capistrano are located in Long Beach and San Diego. Cruises are a great value and provide hassle free vacations. No wonder the cruise industry keeps growing!