middleton - Answered a Question by Wilba (04 Oct 08 18:27)

And this If you're looking for an alternative to cooking, cleaning and entertaining family and friends this Thanksgiving, why not escape on a 21-night journey to three continents onboard Grand Princess? You'll sail from Rome across the Atlantic to Ft. Lauderdale, visiting ports in Europe (Rome, Florence, Barcelona); Africa (Casablanca and Dakar); and South America (Fortaleza and Devil's Island). The best part? Inside cabins start at just $869 per person -- that's $41 a night. You may never get the chance again to see so much of the world for such a low price. Sailing Date November 22, 2008 Itinerary Rome Florence/Pisa Cannes Barcelona Gibraltar Casablanca Dakar Fortaleza Devil's Island Dominica Ft. Lauderdale Rates Inside from $869 per person Outside from $1,898 per person Balcony from $2,269 per person Mini-Suite from $2,769 per person .

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Macro - replied to middleton (06 Oct 08 04:45)

Cruise only though.

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Wilba - replied to Macro (06 Oct 08 14:57)

Of course, but that's all I ever book. Regards. (Your up as early as me).

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a - Answered a Question by Wilba (05 Oct 08 15:12)

And how about this: Splendour of the Seas - transatlantic Lisbon to Brazil on Dec 2nd - £408.71pp (ok that is for the cheap seats) but you can't beat that for a 15n cruise. That is £27.24pp a night (and it includes the tips - ha ha).

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Macro - replied to a (06 Oct 08 05:04)

Do you do your own research or do you receive updates from agents?

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