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What are your pre and post plans for a cruise?

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It Depends on the port. If we leave from the northeast we usually visit NY City and take a show in. New Orleans for sure a post plan.

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Where ever we go its 2 days early and a day late after the cruise. Makeing it longer just makes you feel like you were on vacation a cruise goes to fast.

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Depends. From the US, we'll generally skip the extra days, but for cruises in Europe we inevitably spend extra days on either end.

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We LOVE the pre and post days of cruising. It totally depends on where we are sailing out of and what day. We try to arrive in FL 1-2 days before sailing. We have stayed at least 1 day later to take advantage of a cheaper flight. The biggest problem with "our deviations" is that some of our deviations cost us more than the actual cruise.

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We always arrive a few days early for European cruises. Hoping to spend 2 days in Sydney before our cruise next March. The ship is docked in Sydney for 2 days, so I think 4 days should give us time to see some of the area.

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As we live in Florida, we don't generally pre-cruise here (although we have on 3 ocassions from Fort Lauderdale) but when we fly out of any other port we always book a hotel for a night or two or three depending on whether we've visited the area before.

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