Caribbean Ports of Call 1997: Where to Dine and Shop and What to See and Do When You Go Ashore
- What to see and do and where to eat and shop in 28 cruise destinations: From coming ashore to seeing the sights, this guide tells cruise passengers everything they need to know:
- Where ships dock and drop anchor.
- The best restaurants, shops, beaches, and activities--all easily reached from the pier.
- Recommended shore excursions.
- Walking and driving tours for independent-minded passengers.
- A cruise primer that tells you how to choose the right ship, how to pick a travel agent, how to get the best deal on a cruise vacation, and more.
- 43 pages of maps.
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Choosing Your Cruise
How Long to Sail
Hints for Older Passengers
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