Cruise ships are notorious for adding unwanted fees and surcharges to their guest folios, but one stands above them all: The mysterious minibar charges in Peter Hoagland’s cabin.
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To absolutely no one’s surprise, this week’s most popular story was about the doctor and the flight attendant. Oh, you know the one I’m talking about. Yeah, that one.
Remember Mary Rosenberg, the woman who was kicked off the Inspiration after taking a fall from the elevator?
What comes to your mind when you think of taking a cruise on a big ship? Romance, excitement, entertainment, pampering, good food, rest and relaxation? You may actually realize some of these dreams, but there’s a dark side to cruising that you should definitely know something about before setting sail.
Lindie Wilhelm and her sister didn’t wait until their recent Princess cruise ended to “escape completely,” as the cruise line
When Antonia Giannasca called Carnival Cruise Lines this year to book a vacation to Mexico for her extended family, the sales representative assured her that she had all the travel documents necessary to board the ship.
I’m a poster boy for Dramamine, the motion sickness medication parceled out to seasick cruise passengers. But all the pills in the world won’t cure the made-for-TV drama that’s been unfolding at sea recently.
Kathi McGaffigan and Bruce Nordqusit’s upcoming Italy cruise on the Celebrity Constellation came with an unpleasant surprise just a few days before they set sail. The company discovered a pricing error and reset their rate from $999 per person to $1,549, and although it apologized for the mistake, it insisted on charging the couple the difference.