Last updated on April 4th, 2019 at 05:52 am
Have you every tried to attach a luggage tag to your bag before your cruise? They send you this paper thin sheet that you cut into ribbons and they ask you to fold them and staple them to your luggage. Well, you know that they won’t stay there as you fly from home to the cruise terminal because the airport luggage handlers will either tear them off accidentally, or they will get wet and fall off. So, you plan to attach them before you head for the cruise terminal. Well, did you bring a stapler with you to attach them. No!! Who carries a stapler on a cruise. Apparently I was not the only person who thought that system sucked. A company called Highwind Cruise Luggage Tags came up with a great idea that works with any cruise line’s luggage tags. I have not got mine yet, but I am going to order them before my next cruise. Check them out for yourself. If you have already tried them, let me know what you think.
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As you might guess, this document is a compilation of information from our travels as well as from other travelers. I hope it has been of value to you. Check out the important links below.
- Packing Checklist
- Parent Authorization Letter For Unaccompanied Minors
- Medical Treatment Authorization Letter
- Travel With Minors – Permission Letter
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