$199 Bose Q45s, Bonus on Delta Gift Card, Cruise Stuff Sale, Mistakes Guests Make and Malaria from a Cruise?

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Last week today I left LA and had a lovely flight home including Delta One from LAX to ATL. I enjoyed a massage at the Centurion and everything went smoothly. Well other than one thing – someone was flying sick and both my wife and I spent Sunday – Tuesday on the sofa with 101* and lots of other yuckie stuff. At last better today so let’s look at the week that was:

The Bose Q45s are simply THE standard for quality sound. Onboard they are stunning and if you have never tried them – you don’t fully get it. They are still on sale for under $200 and that is a flat out bargain. The perfect gift for your Frequent Flyer / Floater!

Those who fly Delta should know that if you happened to use a Delta gift card in any amount and a normal Amex Platinum card to pay for your flight you will trigger the yearly $200 travel credit (assuming you picked Delta, that is, with Amex).

If you are going on a cruise either for the first time ever or for the 100th time, there are some things you really must have to make to sailing better. Take a look.

How many blogs have someone sharing posts with you that works full time on a ship – this one does. ThatGuy onboard shares the most common mistakes guests make. See if you are one of them?

Lastly are you worried about catching Yellow Fever or Malaria on your next Caribbean cruise? You may want to review what Michael has to say this week.

Have a safe trip home if you are traveling and enjoy the sales going on this week (I know I am). – René

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René de Lambert
René de Lamberthttp://www.FrequentFloaters.com
René de Lambert has been a travel blogger for over 10 years covering the travel industry - including cruising.

3 COMMENTS

  1. How were you able to purchase alcohol off the ship and be able to enjoy in your suite? Most cruise lines confiscate off ship purchased alcohol to return to you after the cruise.

  2. @CJH – Oceania allows you to officially bring onboard 6 bottles of wine that can be enjoyed for free in your suite or with a $25 corkage fee anywhere else on board. This includes bringing onboard at embarkation or at any other point during the cruise. Hopefully this addresses your question.

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