Princess Cruise Line Ports Of Call
I always enjoy Princess Cruise Line ports of call. I went on one of their Alaskan voyages and the ports were amazing. We stopped in British Columbia at Vancouver and Victoria. I stopped in at the Blue Water Café in Vancouver and loved their food. I also rode the SkyTrain which was incredible.
The Princess Cruise Line ports of call for my Alaska trip were all so enjoyable. I think that Alaska is the most beautiful state I’ve visited. When we were docked in Kodiak, I ate at a marvelous place called Second Floor Restaurant. I have never had such wonderful sushi and tempura in my whole life.
The scenic cruising that the Princess Cruise Line did in Prince William Sound was just amazing. Prince William Sound is home to orcas, Beluga whales and dolphins. The Chugach National Forest surrounds Prince William Sound and is the largest forest in the United States. The forest is 5.5 million acres.
I had a great time when one of my Princess Cruise Line ports of call was Seattle. I have always loved Seattle. I made sure that I was able to stop by Dahlia’s for dessert. They make the best desserts. The one that I ordered the last time I was there was the doughnut, made to order with seasonal jam and mascarpone. It was fabulous.
When I took my Australian voyage, the Princess Cruise Line ports of call were so much fun. My ship stopped in Honolulu and Osaka. I was overwhelmed by the beauty of Hawaii and the lushness of Osaka. I think that the Australian trip I took with Princess Cruise Line was by far my favorite.
My next Princess Cruise Line trip will include a stop in Cape Town, South Africa. I can hardly wait. I have a colleague that spent a lot of time in Cape Town and has recommended to me to eat at Ons Huisie. I will certainly take his recommendation.
My next trip will also include in its Princess Cruise Line ports of call Beijing, China. I hope to walk on the great wall. I have already started planning my trip to the last detail and I am about to bust waiting for four more months to go by.
CruiseAlaska.com has specialized in Alaska cruises since 1996. CruiseAlaska.com is part of the CruiseShipCenters franchise system and is wholly owned by Paradise Cruise Center Ltd., established in 1987.
In 2004, we relocated our offices to downtown Vancouver at #400 - 1055 West Hastings Street where we are literally a block from Canada Place Pier where most cruise ships to Alaska arrive and depart daily during the Alaska cruise season from May to September.
We are also minutes away from the other major Vancouver port at Ballantyne Pier. While Alaska remains our specialty, we do book our international clients on cruises to worldwide destinations, such as the Caribbean, Europe, Mexico, and Asia.