Temple Beth El Sisterhood
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Party Planning Showcase
Suncay, February 3, 1991
1C:00 a. T. to 4:00 p. T.
Temple Beth El
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the main seating, usually 6 or 6:30
p.m., to the late seating, at 8 or 8:30
One of the greatest features of
cruising is that it allows you to visit
a variety of different locations in one
vacation, says Gail Shapiro of Summit
Travel and Cruise Shoppe. "It's my
honeymooners," she said.
Caribbean cruises are the most
popular among honeymooners, ac-
cording to Ms. Shapiro, and each
cruise line offers a wide array of
exotic destinations in that region.
Southern Caribbean cruises origi-
nate in either Miami or San Juan, and
sail to such places as St. Thomas, one
of the top duty-free ports in the
Caribbean; Barbados, a friendly
British isle with its own Trafalgar
Square; St. Maarten, half Dutch, half
French, total paradise; Martinique, the
"Isle of Flowers:" and Antigua, where
you'll never grow tired of the beaches
(there are 365!).
Also visited on some of the south-
ern Caribbean trips are private islands
owned by the individual cruise lines.
Royal Caribbean's Haitian paradise,
Labadee, offers passengers beautiful
beaches, water sports and a market-
place filled with native handicrafts.
Princess' private island, Mayreau, is
the setting for the cruise line's
exclusive beach parties.
Cruises to the eastern and western
Caribbean include stops at such pop-
ular islands as Cozumel, Mexico's
only Caribbean island; Grand Cay-
man, where you can send postcards
home from a town called Hell; Jamai-
ca, where you can climb the cascades
of Dunn's River Falls; and Nassau,
filled with duty-free bargains.
Admiral Cruises, which specializes
in three- and four-night Bahama
vacations, owns Coco Cay, a private
island with six beaches for
passengers on the Emerald Seas.
If the Caribbean is not your cup of
tea, there are numerous cruises to
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