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Venice – Princess Cruises

If we were on a plane I would say we started our descent into Venice at about 11am yesterday. It is quite a process entering into a waterway like the one in Venice. Due to the fact that Venice sits … Continue reading

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At Sea, Day 2 – Princess Cruises

After departing from Mykonos at about 2pm on Monday we set off for Venice – this is going to take 48 hours and the boat will cover some 1,600km so the whole of Tuesday was spent at sea. The weather … Continue reading

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Santorini, Greece – Princess Cruises

We anchored just off Santorini at 8am this morning. We have been here before but it is still a wow experience looking up at the white washed buildings perched up on the cliff. We took the tender boat ashore and … Continue reading

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Kusadasi, Turkey – Princess Cruises

Another beautiful day greeted us as we docked in Kusadasi, Turkey. Kusadasi is the gateway to the extraordinary ruins of Ephesus. We had been to Ephesus previously so chose to stay onboard and enjoy the comforts of one of the … Continue reading

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Mykonos, Greece – Princess Cruises

Today we visited our second Greek Island of the Cruise – Mykonos. The white washed buildings against the azure coloured sea and the blue, blue sky is so typical of the Greek Islands. We went ashore and caught the shuttle … Continue reading

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At Sea, Day 1 – Princess Cruises

Today we have been at sea travelling from Naples to Santorini in the Greek Islands. I checked out the Princess Patter which is the daily newsletter and noted the things I wanted to do. First up a talk on Pain … Continue reading

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Civitavecchia, Italy – Princess Cruises

Civitavecchia is the port that provides the gateway to Rome which is about 50km away. The temperature was forecast to be about 29 degrees at the Port and another 3 or 4 degrees hotter in the city. We decided not … Continue reading

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