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Farewell, Bali. Hello, Laguna. That's the new year's travel buzz. Luckily for Southern Californians, there are plenty of nearby options to entice. Within easy reach, from San Diego to Mammoth to Las Vegas, new faces in familiar places await. Given the...
It's a big world out there, and the cruise lines want to show it to you. The islands and Alaska remain the meat and potatoes of the cruise diet, but the menu expands every year, with new ports, routes and pre- and post-cruise land tours in Asia, South...
Celebrity Cruises has a new line of adventure and eco-trips, beginning this summer with 10- and 11-day sailings to the Galapagos Islands. Celebrity, a premium line featuring ships carrying 1,350 to 1,950 passengers, has bought a 100-passenger vessel...
Sentinel Staff WriterIf you're looking for a cruise, you don't have to look far from home: Florida has five cruise ports. Here is an overview of Florida's ports and the cruise options available from them. Port Everglades Port Everglades -- in Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood...
If you ever thought about going on a cruise, sign up immediately. "Prices are unbelievable," says Chuck Kratz, owner of Cruise Holidays in Sterling Heights, Mich. "They are as cheap as they've ever been in the industry." Many prices are down by as much...
Here is a listing of cruise lines and their vessels. One caveat: Many cruise companies prefer to sell through travel agents. It's often best to book through an agent who specializes in cruises. American Canadian Caribbean Line (800) 556-7450 http://www....
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