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Originally proposed as part of the Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2004, the WHTI will close a longstanding loophole in U.S. law that allowed U.S. citizens to travel to Canada, Mexico, and most of the Caribbean and then re-enter the U.S. without a passport.
Matt Hannafin rounds up the latest news on the Carnival renovation, Royal Caribbean's gift certificate program, easyCruise's new Winter Caribbean route and more.
Here are some of the best deals a handful of major travel agencies are advertising this week, including hot Norwegian Cruise Line deals plus a "Kids Sail Free" special from MSC.
This fall a boatload of ships are heading north to the waters of New England and eastern Canada, just in time for the leaves to turn.
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From jrowland: "Hi, I have been doing some research on taking a European River Cruise (Amsterdam - Budapest) and didn't realize how many different companies offer this type of cruise."
From dknc: "Hi everyone. I've been on three cruises. One was a seven day cruise of the West Caribbean on RCCL Majesty in '98. Another was also in the Western Caribbean for seven days on the RCCL Explorer in 2000. The third was in the Eastern Caribbean, seven days, on Carnival Destiny in 2002."
From jrod82: "The wife and I are cruising to Bermuda. We are leaving the baby with Grandma. Mom is a bit nervous and would like to call home once a day to check in."
From writeone: "I'm planning a Mexican cruise at Christmas time, embarking from San Diego and going to Acapulco, Zihuatunejo, and Manzanillo."
From marsoni: "A group of us booked a cruise to the Mediterranean & Greek Isles in May 2007. Some of us want to do a pre-cruise in Rome and post-cruise in Venice."
 

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