Press This: What To Expect On A Cruise – Princess Cruises

Disclaimer: I have no copyrights to the song and/or video and/or hyperlinks to songs and/or videos above.


I simply love the Princess brand and have traveled enough times with them to enjoy the benefits of being a loyal Princess cruiser.

For those of you who have never cruised, I’m posting this video since I feel that it’s a true snapshot of what the cruise experience is, at least for me.

And no, I’m NOT being paid by Princess Cruises to promote their brand.

However, if someone from Princess Cruises happens to stumble across my posts over this month, I’m open to partnering up with them! πŸ™‚

Enjoy!

MΒ  xoxo

 

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19 thoughts on “Press This: What To Expect On A Cruise – Princess Cruises

  1. I’ve always wanted to go on a cruise, but I get terribly bad motion sickness. Even in shortish car trips (like three hours) if I don’t take anti-nausea medication, it gets really bad. When we flew to London (Australia-London) I had to take so many tablets – even prescription motion sickness ones – and they barely worked, and I get the least sick on planes. So, this is probably a stupid question, but have you ever noticed many people getting sick? Is it likely? Can you tell you’re on a ship? My dad says I shouldn’t ever go (he’s seen me get sick every single time I’ve been on a boat, and in a car) but I’ve just always wanted to!

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    • So sorry to hear that because cruising is such a great way to travel (your own floating hotel with no need to find food, entertainment, etc). I have never seen many get sick – maybe a little queasy if the seas are rough. But people put on patches behind the ear before sailing and I ALWAYS bring Bonamine (not drowsy like Dramamine) in case someone with me doesn’t feel well. If you ever do cruise, make a short one like 3 or 4 days (not 7, 10 or 14). πŸ’•

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