Cruise wish list

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ITN asked readers how they go about selecting a cruise (Oct. ’04, pg. 4). When choosing a cruise, my wife and I start with the ports of call. If we haven’t been there as yet and desire to go, we book the cruise.

If it is on a ship line where we are past passengers, it is an added bonus.

If the cruise contains a port of call previously visited but at which we missed some of the excursions, we will add that as a bonus.

Dining is another category we consider. Great cuisine is a good incentive.

Booking a cabin within our budget is a must.

The last consideration is the length of the cruise. It determines the amount of luggage we’ll have to transport.

JEROME HIRT
Horsham, PA

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ITN asked readers how they go about selecting a cruise (Oct. ’04, pg. 4). When choosing a cruise, my wife and I start with the ports of call. If we haven’t been there as yet and desire to go, we book the cruise.

If it is on a ship line where we are past passengers, it is an added bonus.

If the cruise contains a port of call previously visited but at which we missed some of the excursions, we will add that as a bonus.

Dining is another category we consider. Great cuisine is a good incentive.

Booking a cabin within our budget is a must.

The last consideration is the length of the cruise. It determines the amount of luggage we’ll have to transport.

JEROME HIRT
Horsham, PA