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Areas to Remain the Night in advance of a Cruise

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In this episode we check out destinations to remain the night in advance of a cruise. When lodge appears like the obvious spot we arrive up with 8 much more you may or may not have regarded as. Enjoyed the video and remark beneath how many you guessed.

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26 comments

  1. I live 6 hours from Port Galveston

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  2. I love you guys.
    I came up with 3…
    I used to be a flight attendant so yes… I've slept in airports across the country!
    First cruise coming up next month!!!

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  3. Another thing is a capsule, in a capsule hotel

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  4. interesting topic, we're going on the bliss next year sept 30th and we're looking for options

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  5. #1 is a must need to smell good for the day😁😁😁

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  6. I am all in with #9. Born and raised in FLA and live less than 2 hours from Port Orlando nd Port Tampa, less than 4 hours to Lauderdale and 5 to Miami.

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  7. Walmart😂 Like that movie where the girl was living in the Walmart.

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  8. I live in Jacksonville, 2 hours from cape canaveral… And within driving distance of most of the tourist traps…. 😉

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  9. Some campgrounds have Yurts which are like little cabins. All you need is your sleeping bags. Can use the showers there too.

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  10. We stay at home because we are 4 hours from Galveston.

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  11. Thanks for the fresh topic!!

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  12. I have slept in the airport . At least your safe and sound. I have slept with one eye opened at a rest area before. I was looking out for large marge!!!! haha None of this is cruise related for me haha.

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  13. I’ve thought of driving and staying at a truck stop along the way such for a road trip. Those are actually the safest places to stay if you are in your car because they are well lit, have showers, and food. I never thought of hostels in the US. I have used AirBNB and the one time it was a solo trip to Washington. I felt safer staying at the lady’s guest house. It was a great little place overlooking the water. Super tranquil and private. Some campgrounds have camping cabins such as the KOA campgrounds.

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  14. Any tips for solo cruising?

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  15. I'm a truck driver I get a load going to where the cruise is leaving and sleep somewhere close and uber to the port in the morning

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  16. I’m not sure I’m taking lodging advice from y’all. Don’t hate me, but I’ve been watching your vlogs. 😉

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  17. Wow so many options for all!! For out next 🚢 we are flying in day of because it’s only an hr flight BNE/SYD’ but if I going OS definitely the day before or a couple of days, before so you can spend a few days exploring the 🌃 tripadvisor.com.au has great 🏨hotels, as well or any of the Other website’s for All hotels around the world 🌍 wotif.com 🏨hotels.com🏨hotelscombined.com🏨priceline.com🏨booking.com 🏨finder.com.au 🏨these I have mention are great👍🏻 I have looked at and used to compare’🏨’s😎😎👏everywhere !!Awesome Tony&Jenny Great vlogs’⭐️⭐️🚢❣️🌴#locafam❤️

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  18. We like to sail from Baltimore, we are about an hour out. So we get a hotel near the port the night before which lets us park there and they shuttle us to the port. PERFECT!

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  19. I missed hostel and train

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  20. Airport, hotel, camp, street 😆, air bnb

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  21. #lalidolocafam!!!

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  22. I did not get #4, #5 or #6. I felt good when you hit 3 and then you guys hit with that 3. But I guessed all the others. I have done family and friends, hotel and Homeaway (Air -n-nb)

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  23. Did the Airbnb once and never will again. It was so awkward sleeping in some stranger's house with them in the next room. They had a list of rules of things we could do and not do. I couldn't get out of there fast enough.

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  24. Our last cruise we spent the night at our vacation home in Arizona and drove to our daughter's house which is 15 minutes from the cruise port in L.A. She drove us to the port.
    The cruise before that we flew in and spent the night at my daughter's house.
    The cruise before that we actually stayed on the ship. Some cruises the ship is in port for two days. So we flew into Buenos Aires and boarded the ship. The next day we spent the day in Buenos Aires then got on the ship and sailed away.
    The cruise before that we flew into Auckland, New Zealand and spent 3 nights at the VR Queen Hotel which was in the city center. Auckland proved to be a wonderful city and worth spending a few days in. I used United frequent flyer miles for the hotel stay. I've used airline miles to pay for the "night before" hotel an a couple cruises.
    We also took advantage of being in Auckland to go on excursions not offered by the cruise line, like the glow worm cave.

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  25. I've slept at an airport when I was much (much, much, much) younger before another flight out, but not before a cruise.

    I'd advocate for a hotel the night before… preferably within walking distance to the cruise terminal… no taxi, no shuttle bus… just walk a couple blocks and you're there!

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  26. There are hostels in New Orleans. Roy’s brother stayed in one. It wasn’t terrible but they do have bunk beds!!

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