• Guangzhou, China
25 Mar 09
I think it is also very funny to have a cruising travel. Usually it's luxury and you can find lots of entertainment in the cruise. Besides, there are many delicous cuisines there and you can enjoy yourself. It will be very relaxing. If you have a longer vacation, it is not bad to try it. I love China
• United States
28 Jul 11
My husband and I plan our last cruise to the parts in Mexico inside the Gulf of Mexico. I have been on both sides of Mexico and enjoyed each port I got to visit. The great thing is you can be out amongst the people and when you want complete peace and quiet you can retire in your room. If you get tired of eating with everyone you can have room service brought to you. Honestly we have found getting on a ship and letting someone do everything for you for a few days is very relaxing than driving somewhere, getting at your hotel and then having to decide where to eat all the time and if you are doing sight seeing you have to get back in your car and get there most of the time. So for me I like the idea of once you get set in your room aboard your ship, you are taken care of and entertainment, movies, even a relaxing massage at the spa will give you things to do and all the food to eat is available when you get hungry. So for me this is the most relaxing ways to vacation. Next year hoping to do an Alaskan Cruise. I am so looking forward to seeing the glaciers. Start out small and take your first cruise. There are cruises as low as 3 days but I prefer the 5 to 7 day with 7 days being my preference. I like being out on the water and not seeing any land. The water is just a gorgeous blue.