Thursday, December 29, 2016

How To Schedule a Free Disney Character Call Before Your Cruise




  1. First, you will need to go to disneycruise.disneygo.com and retrieve your reservation. You will need your reservation number and the birth date of someone in your party. 
  2. Next, you see a series of options on the screen. Select the one that says Character Calls.
  3. You will see a screen with Goofy on it. Press the Schedule your free call on the bottom of the pop-up. 
  4. Next, you will be able to select the character that you would like to receive this call from. Options include: Mickey Mouse, Goofy, or Mickey and Minnie. 
  5. Now that you've picked the character, you will see another screen where you will input your information. 
  6. Once you have entered your information, you will get a confirmation message saying that your phone call has been scheduled. You can schedule up to 2 free character phone calls per cruise. Remember, these character calls can be fun for any Disney lover, it doesn't have to be a kid. 
  7. The fine print reads: "Must be 18 years of age or older to order a call. Character Calls open to residents of the 50 United States, United Kingdom, and Canada (excluding Quebec)."
Had fun with your Free Disney Call? Tell us about it in the comment section below.

For travel ideas and deals, visit us at http://sweettravelgroup.com

Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Antique Suitcase Tells a Story



I recently bought an antique suitcase on eBay. I will have a booth at an upcoming Bridal Show in Santa Clara on January 7 & 8 and wanted the suitcase for a display piece. I was told it was from the 1950's. 


The side of the suitcase had two stickers on it. It looks like the one on the bottom says Deck B and the one on the top is from Norwegian America Line. Back in this time period people would save their travel stickers on their suitcases. It was a sense of pride being able to show all the places the luggage had traveled. 

According to Wikipedia, Norwegian America Line was a cruise line that operated from 1910-1971. This cruise line traveled primarily from Norway to the United States and it was both a cargo and passenger ship. 

There were some contents in the inside. A small bar of soap with the brand Lifebuoy. My 71 year old mother recognized this brand of soap. She said it was my grandfather's favorite brand. I had never heard of it. 

There was a small pack of matches. The have Rivera Club, Indiana written on them. I'm assuming that was a nightclub or casino. 

There was a small 5 cent stamp from Argentina that was post marked. It looks like it might have fallen off of a letter or postcard.

A small notebook Indian boy holding a Santa Fe sign was most curious. I believe Santa Fe was a railroad company. The little notebook was blank. I guess it was a handout for the passengers. 


Finally, there were two hair pins. I guess this indicates that the original owner was probably a woman. 

All this made me think. What would my suitcase say about me and my travels to someone who opened it 50 years from now. 

Avatar a New Land at Animal Kingdom


In Fall of 2017, Disney will be opening their newest section of Animal Kingdom. It is themed after the movie Avatar. It is designed to immerse visitors in the world of Avatar, with rides, dining, and shopping all in the theme of the movie. In the above video you can see a sneak peak at what this world will have to offer. Can't wait for it to open. It will definitely be a great experience for children and adults alike. 

For travel ideas and deals visit us at: http://sweettravelgroup.com

Thursday, December 22, 2016

5 Benefits of Using a Travel Agent



1) Professional Experience
Travel Agents have professional training. They take numerous courses every year to stay up to date on the latest trends in the travel industry. Travel Agents love to travel, so you get a hands on knowledge as well of the destinations and companies. 

2) Exclusive Offers
Agents are often part of a network of providers. The additional freebies that they can include are often not matched by online offers. 

3) More Insurance Options
Cruise companies typically only offer one insurance option. With a travel agent you are able to get access to other insurances. Remember, not all companies cover pre-existing conditions, so if you have one, you're better off shopping around and your agent can help you do that.

4) Loyalty Benefits
While cruising with the same company year after year has it's perks, relying on the same travel agency every year does too. Often you will find that there is an additional layer of benefits provided by the travel agency for your continual loyalty. 

5) Someone on your side
It's amazing how many people say they don't need a travel agent and then they fill up pages on Facebook asking questions about their upcoming trips. If they had a travel agent, they would have a one stop place to get all their travel inquiries answered. 

Also, in the event that something unfortunate does happen during your trip, the travel agent can use their professional connections to help get your problem resolved quickly. 

There's a common misconception that having a travel agent will cost you more and that is not true. Travel agents are paid by the provider, not by you. So your bottom-line would be the same.

If you don't already have a travel agent, consider us http://sweettravelgroup.com

Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Day Trip to Solvang, CA



Solvang is an interesting tourist location. Experienced cruise travelers know that where there is a Cariloha or a Del Sol, there are a lot of tourists. I watched as buses full of tourists parked and unloaded numerous people. What's the appeal? Well, Solvang is like no other city in California. It offers anything and everything Dutch, from food, entertainment, wooden shoes, and more. It's a nice place to spend the day walking in and out of the various shops and tasting the various foods.

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Sunday, December 18, 2016

Unusual places to stay, the Victorian Mansion B&B



The Victorian Mansion is a very different bed & breakfast. Each room is themed differently. It's a great place to get away from it all for the weekend. Rooms include: the 50's, Gypsy, Roman, Egyptian, Pirate and French. Each themed room is unique and gives you the feeling that you immersed in that experience. Each room has a hot tub and bathroom, a themed game and movie. If you are looking for somewhere unusual to stay, not your typical hotel room, this is it!

We've stayed in the 50's room where the bed is an actual 1956 Cadillac with drive-in speakers. Watching movies from bed is a whole different experience in that room! We most recently stayed in the Gypsy room. Loved sleeping in the Gypsy carriage. The wall paintings in all these rooms are superb. The paintings wrap around the room and follow the theme into the bathroom. It helps create this feeling that you are truly there.

The owner, Rod is a very nice person. He has worked hard to preserve this beautiful place and continues to think of ideas on which to add. There is currently a broken down boat in the parking lot that is going to be turned into a suite and next to it there will be an ADA room in the form of tree house and adjoining hobbit house. Can't wait to see how those turn out!

Friday, December 16, 2016

Pre-Cruise Hotels in Ft. Lauderdale

1) Rodeway Inn & Suites Ft. Lauderdale Airport - Cruise Port
Rodeway Inn is a 3 star hotel located 3 miles away from the airport and cruise port. Offers complimentary shuttle service to and from the hotel. Includes free wifi and free parking. 


If you leave your car parked at the hotel there is a $10 per day charge, however, if you book your stay with Sweet Travel Group, we have negotiated lower per day rates for during cruise parking. 

Complimentary breakfast from 7am to 10am in our CafĂ© which includes bagels, toast, English muffin, Danish, muffin, fresh whole fruit, cereal, oatmeal, yogurt, hard boiled eggs and freshly made waffles, assorted juices and coffee. All guestrooms are equipped with mini-fridges and microwaves. There is a heated outdoor pool located in the tropically landscaped courtyard. They have a gift shop on site and sundries with beverages and snacks available for guest purchase 24/7.

This hotel offers Day Rooms for same day late flights. Post-Cruise "Day rooms" are offered at a reduced rate of $59.99 plus tax and s/c. This includes a guestroom from 10am to 6pm. Guests will be picked up at Port Everglades on a complimentary basis and transported to the hotel. They will provide a hotel room to relax, shower and store luggage and guests may enjoy the facilities including the pool, restaurant and sports bar. The hotel will take the guests back to Ft. Lauderdale Int'l on a complimentary basis.  This allows guests to extend their vacation rather than spending an entire day waiting at the airport for late flights.    

2) Cambria Hotel & Suites Ft. Lauderdale Airport South & Cruise


Cambria Hotel & Suites is a 3 star hotel located 1.8 miles away from the airport and cruise port. Amenities include free wifi, free airport transportation, and an outdoor heated pool.

This hotel does not provide a complimentary breakfast, but it does have a restaurant on site. Breakfast buffet is offered at $9.95 USD per person. Grab and Go items are also available for purchase 24/7. 

Complimentary shuttle service to and from the Fort Lauderdale airport daily from 5 am to 12 midnight. Cruise Port shuttle service is available from 9 am to 2 pm daily please call for shuttle schedules, the service is offered from an outside purveyor and is scheduled by cruise line departure times.


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Thursday, December 15, 2016

Getting Ready for the Disney Dream 12/30/16 Cruise

We're heading off on the Disney Dream on 12/30/16. We planned and purchased our pirate outfits for Pirate Night. Turns out that Pirate Night will be on New Years Eve. So, I'm assuming will need to forgo our traditional Happy New Year's hat and glow in the dark beads for our pirate costumes.



It's my first Disney Cruise. It's important to us to experience different cruise ships and cruise lines in order to give our guests an accurate representation of what they will experience on their trips. We don't just read about it in the catalogs, we experience it ourselves.


We normally choose a balcony stateroom, however, on this trip I decided to get an inside stateroom. If you're wondering, I am claustrophobic, which is one of the reasons I prefer a balcony stateroom. Disney ships have something called a Magical Porthole in their interior staterooms. It looks like a regular porthole, but as you can imagine, it's much more. The porthole is connected to one of 4 live camera feeds. In addition to seeing a televised version of what is happening outside, Disney has added characters to show up on the window. As I understand it, the characters are sequenced differently for each stateroom, so even if you saw Ariel in your room, the stateroom directly next door might have seen Nemo instead. Disney is always full of surprises and wonder.

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Sunday, December 11, 2016

Travel to Cuba on Royal Caribbean's Empress of the Seas April 19, 2017


For the first time in history, Royal Caribbean will be sailing to Cuba starting on April 19, 2017. This sailing is sure to sell out. It's first voyage will be from the Port of Miami and then it will be re-positioned to Tampa where it will it remain as it's home Port. Current prices are as low as $134 per day plus tax.

Day
Ports of Call
Arrival
Departure
Wednesday, April 19, 2017
Miami, Florida
--
4:00 pm
Thursday, April 20, 2017
Cruising
--
--
Friday, April 21, 2017
Havana, Cuba
8:00 am
6:00 pm
Saturday, April 22, 2017
Cruising
--
--
Sunday, April 23, 2017
Key West, Florida
7:00 am
5:00 pm
Monday, April 24, 2017
Miami, Florida
7:00 am
--


U.S. residents are required to have a Travel Visa in order to enter Cuba and a U.S. Passport. Royal Caribbean has developed tours in Cuba that help satisfy the Cuban Visa Requirements.

Interested in traveling to Cuba on this sailing or any other upcoming voyage? Contact us at sweettravelgroup@gmail.com or (800)214-8162.

Sunday, December 4, 2016

Special Needs Travel

Traveling when you have a special need can be quite the challenge. While the U.S. has come a long way in providing accessibility to all travelers through the ADA, not all countries have followed. Traveling to a foreign country can be difficult. Vendors often claim that their tours or trips are handicap accessible and they're not. It adds to the frustration of the passenger.



Today as I was sitting in the airport in San Juan, Puerto Rico, I witnessed 14 people in wheelchairs being rolled out of a flight. As I approached them and starting chatting, many of them had similar things "I would travel more if it were easier for me".

I am a certified Special Needs Travel Agent. That means that I have additional training and I know how to plan and provide clients with special needs the resources and help they need in order to travel like anyone else. I'm a teacher as well, so I pride myself with treating my clients with the same love and compassion as I would one of my students. I also respect your privacy. I don't need to know your medical condition, I just need to know what help you need in order to make your travel experience easier.

Not all disabilities are the same, why treat them the same? Some people just need a scooter rental for the days they are on a cruise ship, because it is hard for them to walk or stand for long periods of times. Others, need a specific medical equipment with them at all times. Whatever the need might be, I have travel partners that I work with that can help.

Contact me at sweettravelgroup@gmail.com, (800) 214-8162 and/or visit my website at http://sweettravelgroup.com

Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Why Get Travel Insurance

Whether or not a person chooses to get travel insurance is up to them, however, I always strongly recommend getting it. There are so many things that can go wrong, that are out of your control, that if you have travel insurance it will at least help give you some piece of mind.



I was once on a cruise and a group had someone pass away. They said he was perfectly fine and then didn't get up the next day. Not something they would have known ahead of time. Good thing they had travel insurance and were able to get off at port and fly back home to deal with the funeral arrangements.

I had a cousin who planned and saved up for her cruise a year ahead. She chose not to get travel insurance. Well, mother nature decided to step in. A hurricane passed through the city that she lives, but not the port where the cruise was going to leave from. What happened? The cruise did not give her any of her money back, because the ship was able to sail as scheduled. They said they weren't at fault for her not being able to meet the ship.

I can't tell you how many insurance claims I saw when I worked in medical insurance for cruise passengers over seas. You would assume that your home insurance would cover things like being air lifted from the cruise, a medical emergency procedure, but they're not. Most insurances do not cover out of the country claims. It doesn't matter how critical the accident or medical condition was.

Options:
When you purchase your cruise you are typically offered insurance. If you are workings with a travel agent, ask them to give you an additional quote with their insurance of choice. Compare the coverage of both and choose the best option for you and your family. Don't assume that pre-existing conditions are covered, if you have one of these conditions make sure to ask ahead of time if it will be covered.

Saturday, November 19, 2016

Day Trip at an All Inclusive Resort

Some port destinations don't have a lot of historic or touristy things for you to do. This is especially true for the smaller islands of the Southern Caribbean. They are very small islands with just a little shopping, a restaurant or two and the beach. 

Some tourists prefer to have a place by the beach where they can relax and enjoy their surroundings for the day. A good option is to get a day pass for one of the resorts that are close to port. Resort for a Day is a good way to find an all inclusive resort and your port of call and book it ahead of time. These resorts often include drinks and food and the use of their facilities. Personal expenses are not included. Search by destination to find all the resorts available. 

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Scooting for Charity

During my visit to Cruise World this year, I had the opportunity to participate in Scooting for Charity. It's a fundraising event sponsored by Special Needs Group. You make a donation to the charity and then you can race a friend with a scooter. I had so much fun and it was for a good cause.


Special needs should not limit a person from traveling and living their life. Contact us at Sweet Travel Group for help planning your next vacation.

Monday, November 14, 2016

The Newest of the Oasis Class Ships: Harmony of the Seas

The Harmony of the Seas is the biggest and newest of the Oasis Class Fleet. I was privileged to have been a part of the naming ceremony in Fort Lauderdale, Florida on November 10, 2016. During my visit, I only had a sneak peak of the ship as it was getting ready to set sail on its maiden voyage to Nassau, Bahamas.


As a teacher myself, I was happy to see that the Godmother of the Harmony of the Seas, was not a famous TV celebrity, but instead a teacher. Teachers are almost always unsung heroes. People that dedicate their lives and go above and beyond to inspire and motivate children.

What does the Harmony of the Seas have that makes it special?

  • A robotic bar
  • An open elevator bar
  • Two 10 story water slides
  • Two wave runners
  • Inside and outside balconies
  • Central Park Area
  • An ice-rink. Not only can you watch ice shows there, but you can also borrow a pair of ice skates and skate on the ice. 
  • The most eco-friendly ship in the Royal Caribbean Fleet. 20% more than any other of their ships.
Be one of the first people to travel on Harmony of the Seas. 
Visit www.sweettravelgroup.com or give us a call to organize your trip. 1-800-214-8162

Sunday, November 6, 2016

Cruise Weddings a Money Saving Solution


Celebrating your wedding on a cruise is a good way to save money, have fun, and not have to spend energy worrying about every little detail. You can choose from getting married on board the ship while at sea, while docked at port, or on land at one of the ship's destinations. Your wedding becomes not just a special event for you, but also a great holiday or vacation for your wedding party. 

How you save money on the big day:

  • The average on land traditional wedding costs $30,000. The average cruise wedding costs $7,000. 
  • Multiple places on board to host your wedding events: cocktail party, rehearsal dinner, ceremony, after party, etc. 
  • One stop shop. Everything handled in one place: flowers, ceremony, wedding licenses, events, food, photographer, spa appointments, etc.
  • A designated on board wedding coordinator to help you plan the big day.
  • Lots of wedding photo opportunities both on board and on shore.
  • You know you have a quality location, venue, food, and entertainment. 
  • The wedding turns seamlessly from wedding to honeymoon while only having to unpack once.
  • Some ships have on board honeymoon registries. Instead of carrying heavy gifts on board, guests can buy shore excursions, spa treatments, and specialty dining experiences. 
Once you have decided on the date, and destination, book the cruise first and then add on a wedding package.




Some sample wedding itineraries:
http://sweettravelgroup.mtravel.com/cruises/offers/wedding-cruises

Santa Cruz, California

Monday, October 31, 2016

Preparing for Disney Cruise: Door Magnets

I'm very excited about my upcoming trip on the Disney Dream. I will be on the ship for New Years 2017. New Years is a very special day us. It's my first Disney Cruise and I'm looking forward to every aspect of it.


 In planning for the upcoming trip, I learned that many families have custom door magnets made for their cruise cabin door. They are in the shape of Mickey or Minnie and will often have the name of each of the family members. You've probably seen something similar on the back of cars where each family member has a bumper sticker. Same concept, but for the cabin door. Cruise doors are made out of metal, which makes them magnetic. 

I don't know where this trend started, but it was probably in an effort to decorate the otherwise bland door and personalize it at the same time. Since these are magnets, at the end of the trip, you can simply remove them, pack them, and use them again on the next trip. 

Link to the Etsy store where I had my custom magnets made https://www.etsy.com/shop/ALittleExtraMagic

Book any trip on our website now until December 31, 2016 to receive a free surprise Disney gift. Visit us at www.sweettravelgroup.com

Friday, October 28, 2016

Preparing for Disney Cruise: Hidden Mickey's

What's a Hidden Mickey?
Well, it's just that a Mickey shaped head that is hidden somewhere. It's kind of like Where's Waldo.

If you're a Disney fan, you probably already know that there are Hidden Mickey's at both Disney World and Disneyland, but did you know that Disney Cruise Ships have them too?! The Disney Bahamian Island Castaway Cay also has Hidden Mickey's.

I bought my Hidden Mickey's on Amazon. It has a chapter on each of the specific Disney Ships: Dream, Magic, Fantasy, and Wonder, as well as a chapter for Castaway Cay.

The book has hints on where to find the Hidden Mickey's. You can play by yourself, with your family, or just have the kids do it.

There is a different point assignment to each Hidden Mickey. That's because some are harder to find than others. You can keep track of the points in the book and at the end of the chapter you can tally your points. The book gives you a point system to see how well you did: bronze, silver, gold or a perfect score.

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Disney Cruise Bookings for 2018




I was told by a Sales Manager for Disney Cruise Lines that their 2017 itineraries are already 60% full. It's not even the end of October 2016 yet! Disney has already released the itinerary schedules for 2018. If you are thinking of doing a Disney Cruise in 2017 or 2018, you want to book your space soon. 

Early 2018 itineraries open for booking to all Guests on October 27, 2016.

Disney Cruise Lines will have some limited itineraries to Mexico for one month only! Other popular destinations will continue to be available in 2018: Bahamas, Eastern, Western, & Southern Caribbean, and the popular 14 Day Panama Canal. 

Book any trip on our website now until December 31, 2016 to receive a free surprise Disney gift. Visit us at www.sweettravelgroup.com

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Disney Travel

Sweet Travel Group is available to help you plan your next Disney vacation. 


Barbara is a graduate of the College of Disney Knowledge and a lover of all things Disney. She can help you with everything from getting park hopper tickets, picking the right hotel, and adding meal plans for both Disney World and Disneyland. 

Sweet Travel Group can book your stay at the Aulani Hawaiian Resort, as well as make reservations for Disney Adventures throughout the world. Want more of a Disney experience? Add a Disney Cruise to the beginning or end of your trip to make it even more magical. 


Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Ship Mate Cruise App-Must Download




If you have an upcoming cruise, you need to download the app Ship Mate. Ship Mate is a free app that is available for both Android and iOS. It allows you to add your upcoming cruise.


It allows you to:

  1. My Cruises- Add you upcoming cruise and keep track of how many months, days, and hours are left. Normally you would have had to add a countdown app to get this feature, however, this app already has it integrated.
  2. Sharing the excitement- you can share your cruise countdown with a few clicks to Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest. 
  3. Cruise Ships- view deck plans and photos of the cruise ship.
  4. Ship Location- find out exactly where your ship is currently located. It has a nice 
  5. Messaging- you can contact other cruisers that will be traveling aboard your ship and ask them questions, give suggestions, etc. 
  6. Photo Gallery- share photos from your trip with other Ship Mate's. 

Saturday, October 15, 2016

Travel Destination: Puerto Rico

                          Image result for puerto rico outline

Puerto Rico is a small island located in the Caribbean. Most people fail to realize that Puerto Rico is a protectorate of the United States. That means that even though it is not a state, everyone that is born there enjoy the benefits of being a U.S. Citizen. Official languages are both Spanish and English. Locals typically speak Spanish and only use their English when they need to communicate with a lost tourist. 

Tourists that visit the island are often drawn to the capital city of San Juan where they explore: El Yunque, which is the U.S's only natural rainforest, El Morro, which is a Fort, the Bacardi Factory, and of course, the beautiful beaches. However, Puerto Rico has more to offer than just the metropolitan area. For example, in Ponce you can find a Fire House from the 1800's. 

Carnaval is one of the best times of the year to visit Ponce. The celebration lasts a week generally in February and ends on Ash Wednesday with the burial of the Sardine. During the burial, people follow the coffin of the sardine and chant traditional responses, while they pretend to cry for the death of their beloved sardine. 

 Locals dress up in costumes and wear traditional paper-mache masks. 

I grew up in PR, since that's where my mom's side of the family is from. As a travel agent, I'm happy to share my knowledge with prospective travelers. 

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Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Disney now offers River Cruise Itineraries





Adventures by Disney now has River Cruise Itineraries

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Disney has some special sailings with AmaWaterways, a luxury river cruise company. Sailings include voyages down the Danube and Rhine Rivers. 

Disney is famous for really understanding the needs of a family. These new itineraries are sure not to disappoint. Each adventure includes two tour guides. There's no hassle trying to figure out what activities would work best for what age groups. Disney has done all that for you. 
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Disney Adventure Guides have been carefully selected by Disney in that they are locals from their respective countries and have been trained not just narrate the history of the locations, like most boring tours, but instead, create a magical and story-like experience for the whole family. 

Disney Adventures are all inclusive. All the meals, excursions, and tips are already included in the price. Bottled water is provided daily. 
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Traveling as a family is a great way to make memories and stay connected. Traveling through Europe provides kids a hands on opportunity to learn about the cultures of the countries they experience. What an unforgettable opportunity!

• Rhine River Cruise
An 8-day/7-night, all-inclusive adventure to 6 destinations in 4 countries—France, Germany, Switzerland and the Netherlands

• Holiday Rhine River Cruise
An 8-day/7-night, all-inclusive adventure to 7 destinations in 4 countries—France, Germany, Switzerland and the Netherlands

• Danube River Cruise
An 8-day/7-night, all-inclusive adventure to 8 destinations in 4 countries—Germany, Austria, Slovakia and Hungary

• Holiday Danube River Cruise
An 8-day/7-night, all-inclusive adventure to 7 destinations in 3 countries—Germany, Austria and Hungary



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Monday, October 10, 2016

New Disney Cruise Itineraries





Most Disney ships depart from the East Coast, either Port Canaveral, Miami, or Galveston. If you live on the West Coast, it makes it more of a challenge to travel, since it involves the additional cost of airfare. For 2017 Disney Cruise Ships has some limited itineraries from the Port of San Diego. This is a good opportunity for people to experience all that Disney Cruise Ships have to offer. 


  • 2 Night Baja Cruise May 12, 2017, Sept. 15, Sept. 22, Oct. 13, 2017.
  • 3 Night Baja May 14, 2017 and Oct. 5, 2017
  • 4 Night Baja May 7, 2017
  • 5 Night Baja May 17, Sept. 17, Oct. 8 and Oct. 22.
  • 7 Night Mexican Riviera Sept. 24 and Oct. 15


Contact us for travel bookings. www.sweettravelgroup.com 

Sunday, October 9, 2016

Cruise to Alaska


Interested in traveling to Alaska? Let us help you make the arrangements. Contact us at www.sweettravelgroup.com or sweettravelgroup@gmail.com

Friday, October 7, 2016

Cruise for the Holidays

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October Offer 60% Off
October Offer Holiday
This December, let Royal Caribbean® make your spirits merry and bright at the biggest holiday celebration at sea — happening all month long. Join Santa and his elves for snow days on deck, make holiday memories with your favorite DreamWorks characters, and much more. And if your family joins us for a holiday sailing, we’ll add some extra cheer with up to $200 to spend at sea on top of our current offer. So join us onboard and start a new, decked out tradition this year.
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Contact us today to plan your Holiday Adventure.
Hurry, offer ends October 11th, 2016!
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*See your Travel Professional for complete Offer terms. Cruise must be booked October 1 through November 2, 2016 ("Offer Period"). Offer applies to sailings on or after November 1, 2016. Offer excludes China departures. Offer includes 60% off cruise fare of second guest booked in the same stateroom as first full fare guest. Offer also includes 30% cruise fare savings for 3rd and 4th guests booked in the same stateroom as first two qualifying guests. Also, offer provides for free upgrade from ocean view to balcony on offer eligible Anthem of the Seas sailings. Free upgrade refers to booking a balcony stateroom for an ocean view stateroom at standard/full fare. Additionally, bookings made October 1 - 11, 2016 for eligible Bahamas and Caribbean holiday sailings, offer includes a per stateroom onboard credit ("OBC") based on sailing length: $100 OBC per stateroom for holiday sailings 3 - 5 nights departing December 22 - 31, 2016 and 2017, $100 OBC per stateroom for holiday sailings 6 - 9 nights departing December 15 - 31, 2016 and 2017, and $200 OBC per stateroom for holiday sailings 10 nights or longer departing December 15 - 31, 2016 and 2017. All other charges, including, but not limited to, taxes, fees and port expenses, are additional and apply to all guests. BOGO60 is combinable with 3rd and 4th Guest Savings, Anthem Free Upgrade, Holiday OBC, Crown Anchor discounts and NextCruise offers. BOGO60 and 3rd and 4th Guest Savings are not combinable with restricted rates. Anthem Upgrade and Holiday OBC are combinable with restricted rates and NextCruise offers. Anthem Upgrade is combinable with Crown & Anchor discounts. Holiday OBC is not combinable Crown & Anchor discounts. All offers are not combinable with any other offer or promotion. Offer applies to new, individual and named group bookings confirmed at prevailing rates. OBC is in U.S. dollars, is not redeemable for cash, and will expire if not used by the last evening of the cruise. Offer open to residents of U.S. or Canada. Prices and Offer are subject to availability and change without notice, capacity controlled, and may be withdrawn at any time.

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