> How can the days at sea the worst part, with all the things there are to do
> on a cruise?? I just can't imagine that. For me, there's never enough time
> at sea to do all the activities that are offered. I've not done a quilting
> cruise, but did an embroidery one. I don't think I'd ever do a class cruise
> again, for the above mentioned reasons. Missed way too much that the ship
> had to offer. I know 2 others that did take a quilt cruise, and they said
> the same thing. I love cruises.
I love cruises, too, but mainly for the chance to go see a new place.
I've done several cruises, and the shipboard activities are okay, but
they're a bit repetitive. But -- as always -- different strokes .... <G>
> > The worst part of cruising is the
> > at-sea days, and this would eliminate that problem, as you'd be busily
> > quilting!
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Sandy in Henderson, near Las Vegas
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