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If you have not heard, a trip to Disney just got pricier.

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Rainbow pasta

Tired of winter? Color your world! Go off the grid and go wild for dinner with this recipe offered by the cheery folks at Happier.com.

Break out the food coloring and make some crazy rainbow pasta so cool even the grownups will fight over who’s going to Instagram it first. Here’s how to do it:

Cook your pasta al dente according to package instructions.

Dilute 20 drops of food coloring in 2 Tbs. of water and add to a large Ziploc bag. Repeat with other colors/bags for as many colors as you want.

Drain pasta and divide among the bags.

  • Distribute color by gently shaking bags. (Killer Katy Perry dance-track optional for this step, but highly recommended.)
  • One color at a time, transfer pasta back into colander to remove excess liquid.
  • Toss all the colors together and poof! Deliciously crazy dinner is served.
  • Grab your phone and shoot fast. 

kitten and baby

Jack Frost is definitely hanging around this winter with more biting winds and drifting snow.  This non-stop cold is not only a nuisance and danger to us, but also to our furry friends.  So, what to do to keep our pets safe and warm? The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) has provided some tips to keep pets healthy when the cold just keeps on coming.

Limit your time outside

It’s best to keep your pet indoors if you can when the thermometer gets very low.  If you’re out and about with your pet in freezing or below freezing weather, avoid leaving them outside for long periods of time.  Many people believe that pets’ fur will prevent the animal from freezing but that’s not the case. Animals can get frostbite and hypothermia just like humans. If you’re making the trek outside, an animal sweater or coat will help, as will booties, just make sure the sweater or coat is dry.

Watch out for poisonous materials

Sidewalks are full of chemicals during the snowy season, from antifreeze to salt. Wipe down your pet after you come in from a walk. Dangerous chemicals can get stuck on paws, legs and bellies. If you don’t wash it off, the pets can ingest them, which can be toxic.  Also, don’t leave chemicals like antifreeze lying around. If you spill, clean it up immediately.

Pay attention to the signs

If your pet starts to whine, limp, slow down, etc., they might be trying to tell you to bring them indoors. Pay close attention to your pet when you’re out in the cold to help determine when they’ve had enough.  If your pet shows signs of hypothermia, like shivering, immediately seek help from a vet. Frostbite is harder to detect, but also just as serious, so keep a close watch.

Cars can also be dangerous

Outdoor pets tend to find shelter under cars, and that car could be yours. So, before you put your car in reverse or drive, check under it for any animals. Also, a cold car can be just as dangerous as outside for your furry buddy, so  don’t leave your pet locked in for any stretch of time.

Prepare for storms/power outages

Blizzards and ice storms can cause power outages, so always have extra food, water and medicine on hand for your pet in case of an emergency. The AVMA suggests you have of these items to last you through at least five days. Stock up before and after each storm.

With cold weather continuing to batter north and south, it pays to be prepared.

For more information about cold weather safety for your pets, visit AVMA.org.

skicolorado

A powerful weekend snowstorm left all 21 Colorado Ski Country USA ski areas and resorts with fresh powder and great conditions.  

Sixteen resorts recorded more than a foot of new snow in recent days, with resorts in southwest Colorado especially hard-hit by this storm. Wolf Creek Ski Area has received 34 inches of new snow since the storm arrived on Friday, with potentially another foot and a half still to come. Monarch and Purgatory at Durango Mountain Resort each recorded 21 inches, Silverton measured 20 inches, and Telluride received 18 inches. 

Colorado’s central mountains also saw heavy accumulation from the multi-day storm, as Snowmass recorded 19 inches of powder. Aspen Mountain and Sunlight Mountain resort each measured 15 inches, and Crested Butte, Aspen Highlands, and Buttermilk all saw 13 inches of new snow.  

Further north, Steamboat accumulated 21 inches of powder over the course of the storm, while Howelsen and Eldora each received 12 inches. Winter Park recorded 10.5 inches of new snow, and Ski Granby Ranch measured a storm total of 9 inches so far. 

Along the I-70 corridor, Copper Mountain and Loveland each welcomed a foot of fresh powder while Powderhorn saw 9 inches and Arapahoe Basin and Ski Cooper each measured 8 inches. 

Conditions throughout Colorado Ski Country will remain excellent all week, as new snow is in the forecast every day through Friday, Feb. 27. 

Check out these deals and events on the horizon!

Ski Colorado Ski Country FamilyTravel.com

The family ski trip fun continues as the ski season in Colorado enters what is often the state’s snowiest month. Expect full calendars of events, deals, promotions, and activities for the whole family. Between now and the end of March, guests at Colorado Ski Country resorts can participate in a variety of fun racing events, enjoy a range of live music, learn new tricks in the terrain park, partake in some of the most unusual scavenger hunts imaginable, and much more. 

Check out these early spring festivities happening between now and the end of March:

Arapahoe Basin

9th Annual Fire Hose Relay – February 27

Fire departments from across Colorado team up to participate in a unique slalom-style event benefiting the Burn Camps Program at the Children's Hospital of Colorado. Teams of five firefighters race down a 15-gate slalom course while holding on to 50 feet of fire hose. All participants dress in their bunker jacket and fire helmet. For more information, visit www.arapahoebasin.com. 

The New Belgium Mountain Adventure – March 7

The  infamous on-mountain New Belgium Colorado Scavenger Hunt at Arapahoe Basin is a day for guests to throw on their best costumes, chase (very large skiing and snowboarding) chickens, search for a skiing bigfoot and answer some ridiculous riddles all while skiing, raising money for the High County Conservation Center, and bonding with friends. For more information, visit www.arapahoebasin.com.

Aspen Snowmass

15th Annual Bud Light Spring Jam – March 13-29

The 15th annual Bud Light Spring Jam will bring three weekends of competitions, downtown concerts and parties to Aspen Snowmass. The festival features everything from the 16th annual KickAspen Big Air, where skiers and snowboarders compete under the lights at the base of Aspen Mountain, to free Bud Light Hi-Fi Concerts featuring Umphrey’s McGee, Dirty Dozen Brass Band, and Iration. Other events include the eighth annual Fallen Friends Memorial Event and Terrain Park Boot Camp sessions that offer instruction on how to slide a box or hit a rail in a mini-park at Snowmass. All events free and open to the public. For the full schedule of events, visit http://www.aspensnowmass.com. 

Copper Mountain

World of Adventure Presents Dos Equis Après – March 7 - 8

After a remarkable day on the slopes, Copper Mountain Resort invites guests to reward themselves at the World of Adventure Dos Equis Après Ski series featuring the Feast of the Brave culinary challenge. Guests who are up for the challenge and have the taste buds and the wit to pass the test should come thirsty for interesting eats, cold beer and live music. For more information, please visit CopperColorado.com 

Woodward Copper Winter Camp - March 21 - 22

Woodward Copper Winter Camps are in full swing with two remaining ski and snowboard camps offered this winter. Winter Camp offers a half-day in the Woodward Copper Barn and a half-day spent in Woodward’s award winning terrain parks. Campers also have exclusive access to the BagJump NIP™ foam pit airbag to help further their progression. This camp features free gear giveaways thanks to Spy Optics. For more information on Woodward Winter Camps including a full list of dates and sponsors please visit WoodwardCopper.com.

Crested Butte

Springtime Music at Crested Butte

Skiing, spring and music go hand in hand in Colorado and Crested Butte is the perfect place for all three. As part of the free Apréspalooza concert series, the resort is hosting Matisyahu on Saturday, February 28. The final Apréspalooza concert will be closing weekend at the resort, April 4-5, 2015, with the artist still to be announced. In addition, the resort’s annual Skitown Breakdown concert featuring Switchfoot is on Saturday, March 21, 2015. For full information on spring music in Crested Butte and to purchase tickets for Skitown Breakdown visit www.skicb.com/music.

Eldora

Eldora’s Annual Retro Day - March 14

Guests at Eldora’s Retro Day have an opportunity to win prizes for wearing the best vintage ski outfit. Guests can enjoy live music both in the Corona Bowl Bar and outside on the sundeck. In addition, Romp Skis will host an on-mountain demo day for guests to test their latest equipment. Guests of all ages are invited to show off their retro gear and join this fun-filled annual event. For more information, visitwww.eldora.com.

Loveland

New Belgium Scavenger Hunt – March 28

The New Belgium Scavenger Hunt is returning to Loveland Ski Area for another day of fun, prizes and beer all for a good cause, the Alliance for Sustainable Colorado. Guests can bring up some friends or form a team with a new friend in the check-in line and compete for great prizes from New Belgium and Loveland Ski Area. The price of entry is $10 per person to join the fleet of New Belgium and Loveland characters on the slopes and participate in an event that’s quickly becoming a Loveland tradition. For more information, visit www.skiloveland.com.

Powderhorn

BC Surf & Sport Slope Style Event – February 21

Join the Powderhorn Park Crew as they put on the BC Surf & Sport Slope Style Event. Registration is Saturday, February 21, from 8-10am, and the event begins at 11:00 am. Cost is $15 with the competition starting at 11 am. All ages are welcome to enter and watch. 

Night Skiing – February 27 - 28

Head to Powderhorn for a night of skiing/riding under the stars and lights when Wagner Rents Night Skiing returns on February 27 & 28. The Take-Four lift will be open to Midway with the Lower Peacemaker ski run and Terrain Park under the lights. Tickets from 4:00 - 9:00 pm will be $30, tickets from 12:00 – 9:00 pm will be $54. Season passes will be valid for both days of night skiing, and Midweek season passes will be valid for Friday night skiing. In addition, Powderhorn will host a USASA Night Rail Jam on February 28. For more information about spring events at Powderhorn, visit http://www.powderhorn.com/special-events.

Steamboat

Bud Light Rocks the Boat Free Concert Series - March 7, 14, 21, 28

The Steamboat Ski Area will again be rocking during the winter ski and snowboard season as the Rocks the ‘Boat Free Music Series returns for the 16th season, offering a great mixture of various musical genres. The Rocks the 'Boat series has brought together everything from bluegrass and New Orleans style rhythm & blues to a traditional Irish sound to flat out rock and roll. The spring line-up includes: The Grovetrotters on March 7; Nahka and Medicine for the People on March 14; 6 Million Dollar Bandon March 21, and the Wheeland Brothers on March 28.  For more information, visit www.steamboat.com/concerts 

US Freestyle Championships - March 27 - 29

Freestyle skiing makes its return in late March as the Steamboat Ski Resort hosts the 2015 US Freestyle Championships, featuring the America’s best men and women mogul and aerial athletes, including Olympic, World and National Champions. The 2015 Championships will take place across the Park Smalley Freestyle Complex, which consists of the Voo Doo aerial venue and the 1,000-foot vertical long adrenalin generating Mayer’s Mogul Course. Steamboat has launched numerous athletes on their way to the pinnacle of the sport including World Champion Ann Battelle, Olympic medalists Nelson Carmichael and Travis Mayer as well as 2014 Olympian and US Champion Eliza Outtrim. For more information, visitwww.steamboat.com  

Sunlight

Defiance Challenge - March 6

The Defiance Challenge features ten hours of skiing on expert terrain. Lifts open at 7:00 am and close at 5:00pm. Proceeds from the event are split between the Sunlight Ski Patrol and the family of a fallen patroller with the National Ski Patrol. Registration is $150.00 per team and includes event hat, T-shirt, lift ticket, after event dinner and party. For more information, visit www.sunlightmtn.com. 

Melanoma Awareness Day - March 7

Sunlight will host free skin screenings in the lodge from 10:00am – 2:00pm as well as a prize drawing featuring a Sunlight Season Pass and other prizes. All proceeds are directed to the Melanoma Research Foundation. For more information, visit www.sunlightmtn.com.

Telluride

Mountain Town Get Down - March 28 - 29

Two days of sun, goggle tans and good vibes return to Telluride with the second annual Mountain Town Get Down. The event kicks off on Saturday, March 28 with free live music performances in the Mountain Village. Saturday free shows include Dustbowl Revival (bluegrass), The Expanders (Reggae) and Iration (reggae) performing throughout the day under the sun to an all ages crowd.  Then, on Saturday night, The Cold War Kids will rock the Telluride Conference Center. 

The weekend continues on Sunday, March 29 with the annual Bikini Slalom and Luau at Gorrono Ranch on Telluride Ski Resort. Discounted ski & stay packages are available across the destination. Full details on the event and stay & ski packages can be found at www.tellurideskiresort.com.

Wolf Creek

Fun Races, Local Appreciation Days, College Days and Clinics in February and March

Fun Races at Wolf Creek Ski Area are free and open to skiers and boarders of all ages and abilities with a dual race format.  The course is set up in a modified giant slalom.  Participants can compete for medals in a variety of age brackets. Races begin at 11:00 a.m.; awards are at 3:30 on the sun deck of the main day lodge.  

Local Appreciation Days at Wolf Creek offer all guests a discounted lift ticket. No I.D. is required, everyone is a local that day. Lift tickets are $41 for adults and $24 for seniors and children. College Days offer students with a valid college photo I.D. a break from the books and a $41 discounted lift ticket. For a calendar of races, local appreciation days, and clinics visit www.wolfcreekski.com.

Pet Travel Tips

When the family takes a trip, it can be hard to leave Fido or Fluffy behind.

However, when making travel decisions, choose what is safest and most comfortable for your pet. For instance, unless you'll be able to spend a lot of time with your dog, he'll probably be happier at home than tagging along on your trip. As a rule, cats are always better off in their own home.

But if you have decided it's best to bring your pet along, consider these tips from the Human Society for a safe and low-stress trip.

Traveling by car with pets

Do you know the best place for your dog or cat in your car? 

Dogs shouldn't roam in the car

The safest way for your dog to travel in the car is in a crate that has been anchored to the vehicle using a seatbelt or other secure means. Dog restraints or seatbelts are useful for preventing your dog from roaming around the car and being a distraction to the driver, but they haven't been reliably shown to protect dogs during a crash.


Cats belong in carriers

Most cats aren't comfortable traveling in cars, so for their safety as well as yours, keep them in a carrier. It's important to restrain these carriers in the car so that they don't bounce around and hurt your cat. Do this by securing a seat belt around the front of the carrier.

Leave the front seat for humans

Keep your pet in the back seat of the car. If an airbag deployed while your pet was in the passenger seat (even in a crate), it might injure your pet.

Keep those heads inside!

Dogs and cats should always be kept safely inside the car. Pets who are allowed to stick their heads out the window can be injured by particles of debris or made sick by having cold air forced into their lungs. Never transport a pet in the back of an open pickup truck.

Every year, animals are killed, injured, or lost on commercial airlines.

Give your pet plenty of rest stops

Stop frequently to allow your pet to exercise and eliminate. But never permit your pet to leave the car without a collar, ID tag, and leash.

Bring along a human buddy

Whenever possible, share the driving and pet caretaking duties with a friend or family member. You'll be able to get food or use the facilities at rest stops knowing that someone you trust is keeping a close eye on your pets.

Don't ever leave your pet alone in a car

A quick pit stop may feel like no time at all to you, but it's too long to leave your pet in a car by himself. One hazard is heat: When it's 72 degrees Fahrenheit outside, the temperature inside your car can heat up to 116 degrees within an hour. On an 85-degree day, even with the windows slightly open, the temperature inside your car can reach 102 degrees in just 10 minutes. If you're held up for 30 minutes, you may return to a car that's 120 degrees inside and a pet who is suffering irreversible organ damage or death.

A year-round hazard is the unspoken invitation you issue to pet (and car) thieves any time you leave your pet alone in a car.

If you see a pet left inside a hot car take these steps to help him »

Spread the word about the dangers of leaving pets in a hot cars.

Pet travel tips

Traveling by airplane with pets

Air travel can be so quick that you may think a plane is the best way to transport your pet. Think again.

Air travel isn't safe for pets

The HSUS recommends that you do not transport your pet by airplane unless absolutely necessary. Air travel is particularly dangerous for animals with "pushed in" faces (the medical term is "Brachycephalic"), such as bulldogs, pugs, and Persian cats. Their short nasal passages leave them especially vulnerable to oxygen deprivation and heat stroke.

Consider all the alternatives to flying. If you plan to bring your pet on vacation, driving is usually a better option. If you can't travel by car, your pet will probably be healthier and happier if you leave her behind under the care of a pet sitter or boarding kennel.

If you must fly your pet, choose the cabin

If transporting your pet by air is the only option, find out whether he can travel in the cabin with you. Most airlines will allow you to take a cat or small dog in the cabin for an additional fee. But you must call the airline well in advance; there are limits to the number of animals allowed in the cabin. If you are transporting your dog, make sure she meets the size requirements.

Ask these questions if your pet is flying in the cabin

When you contact the airline, be sure to get clear answers to these questions:

Will the airline allow you to take your cat or small dog in the cabin with you?

Does the airline have any special pet health and immunization requirements?

Does the airline require a specific type of carrier? Most airlines will accept either hard-sided carriers or soft-sided carriers (which may be more comfortable for your pet), but only certain brands of soft-sided carriers are acceptable to certain airlines.

If you can't take your pet in the cabin, does the airline have any restrictions on transporting your pet in the cargo hold?

Take precautions when bringing your pet through airport security

Your pet's carrier will have to pass through the security screening along with you. You have two options: Either be sure your pet is securely harnessed so you can safely contain her outside her carrier while it's being x-rayed, or request a special secondary screening that won't require you to take her out of her carrier.

Be aware of the dangers of flying your pet in a cargo hold

Animals flown in the cargo area of airplanes are killed, injured, or lost on commercial flights each year. Excessively hot or cold temperatures, poor ventilation, and rough handling are often to blame.

Most U.S. airlines are required to report all companion animal incidents that occur in the cargo hold, and consumers should study the performance record of any airline before choosing to ship a pet as cargo.

Follow these tips if your pet must fly in the cargo hold

If your pet must travel in the cargo hold, you can increase the chances of a safe flight for your pet by following these tips.

Use direct flights. You will avoid the mistakes that occur during airline transfers and possible delays in getting your pet off the plane.

Always travel on the same flight as your pet. Ask the airline if you can watch your pet being loaded into the cargo hold and unloaded.

When you board the plane, notify the captain and at least one flight attendant that your pet is traveling in the cargo hold. If the captain knows that pets are on board, he or she may take special precautions.

Don't ever ship brachycephalic animals such as Pekingese dogs, bulldogs, or Persian cats in the cargo holds.

If traveling during the summer or winter months, choose flights that will accommodate the temperature extremes. Early morning or late evening flights are better in the summer; afternoon flights are better in the winter.

Fit your pet with a collar that can't get caught in carrier doors. Affix two pieces of identification on the collar: a permanent ID with your name and home address and telephone number, and a temporary travel ID with the address and telephone number where you or a contact person can be reached.

Affix a travel label to the carrier on which you've written your name, permanent address and telephone number, final destination, and where you or a contact person can be reached as soon as the flight arrives.

Make sure that your pet's nails have been clipped to protect against them getting hooked in the carrier's door, holes, and other crevices.

Give your pet at least a month before your flight to become familiar with the travel carrier. This will minimize his or her stress during travel.

Do not give your pet tranquilizers unless they are prescribed by your veterinarian. Make sure your veterinarian understands that the prescription is for air travel.

Do not feed your pet for four to six hours before the trip. However, you can give him small amounts of water. If possible, put ice cubes in the water tray attached to the inside of your pet's crate or kennel. (A full water bowl will only spill and cause discomfort.)

Try not to fly with your pet during busy travel times such as holidays and the summer. Your pet is more likely to undergo rough handling during hectic travel periods.

Carry a current photograph of your pet. If your pet is lost during the trip, a photograph will make it much easier for airline employees to search effectively.

When you arrive at your destination, open the carrier as soon as you are in a safe place and examine your pet. If anything seems wrong, take your pet to a veterinarian immediately. Get the results of the examination in writing, including the date and time.

Speak up if you see something

Don't hesitate to complain if you witness the mishandling of an animal—either yours or someone else's—at any airport. Ask to speak with the manager of the section where the incident occurerd and report mishandling both in person and in writing.

Traveling by ship with your pet

With the exception of assistance dogs, pets are welcome on only a few cruise lines—and usually on ocean crossings only. Some lines permit pets in private cabins, but most confine pets to kennels. Contact your cruise line in advance to find out its policies and which of its ships have kennel facilities. If you must use the ship's kennel, make sure it is protected from the elements and check on your pet frequently.

Traveling by train with your pet

Amtrak currently doesn't accept pets unless they are assistance dogs. The HSUS supports the Pets on Trains Act (H.R. 2066/S. 1710) before Congress that will allow Amtrak to permit passengers to bring their beloved pets on certain trains. Some smaller U.S. railroad companies may permit animals on board. Many trains in European countries allow pets. Generally, it's the passengers' responsibility to feed and exercise their pets at station stops.

Superbowl

The folks at Wlldland Adventures are sure there is a marine iguana in the Galapagos Islands wearing a Marshawn Lynch (Beast Mode) Seattle Seahawks jersey.

In the spirit of the Super Bowl and and their love for their home team, they’ve partnered with the Ecuador Tourism Board to offer an incredible trip to the Galapagos Islands aboard one of one of three yachts -- the Eric, Flamingo or Letty.

Look for a 10% discount off their regular Galapagos Adventure Cruise, dubbed the Galapagos Adventure Bowl. And if the Seahawks win, travelers will score an additional $500 off per person.

We love spirited “sports marketing” .

And may the best team win here in the Valley of the Sun!

Royal Caribbean cruise

Cruising offers great family travel options.

It is a wonderful way to spend time with the extended clan because there is something to do for loved ones of all ages and energy levels. 

Here are a few updates on options available in the near future.

Quantum of the Seas FamilyTravel.com

Is your family ready to set sail?

A great option for multigenerational gatherings or milestone events, here is a sampling of what's new at sea in 2015: 

 Norwegian Breakaway

Norwegian

Building on the success of Norwegian Breakaway and Norwegian Getaway, Norwegian Escape debuting in fall 2015, features all of the revolutionary experiences of their Breakaway Class, plus a number of new spaces and interactive experiences meant to excite and inspire.

Travelers can connect with the sea like never before on The Waterfront, an industry-first offering an oceanfront promenade lined with restaurants, bars and stunning views.  Follow every impulse at the heart of the ship – 678 Ocean Place, three dazzling decks of non-stop action.

Raise the stakes inside their largest casino to date, featuring the new Skyline Bar.  Indulge in popular dining options like Cagney’s Steakhouse and Le Bistro, offering chef-crafted dishes made with the freshest ingredients.

 Anthem of the Seas

Royal Caribbean International

Following on the excitement stirred by the launch of Quantum of the Seas just months ago, cruising families can look forward to the second ship in Royal's Quantum class, Anthem of the Seas.

Newly designed staterooms, game-changing technology, groundbreaking venues and the best dining ever are just the start of what you'll find onboard.

Plus, they have enlisted celebrity experts in fields such as design, sports & fitness, entertainment and others to be part their Quantum Experience Advisor program to work hand-in-hand to provide their expertise to help shape interior design, key amenities and activities.  By taking a quantum leap forward with the second ship in their Quantum class, they are holding themselves up to the promise of building ships that take you to new heights.  Anthem of the Seas sets sail in spring 2015. 

avalon waterways

Avalon Waterways

The Avalon Tapestry II – a Suite Ship® – is a true haven on the river - two full decks of Panorama Suites with Wall-to-Wall Panoramic Windows that transform the living space into a unique Open-Air Balcony®. With 200 square feet, Panorama Suites are more than 30% larger than the industry standard, giving you the rare opportunity to wake each morning to enchanting scenery and fresh breezes. Onboard amenities and services include a complimentary Internet Corner and free Wi-Fi access, a Fitness Center with state-of-the-art equipment, a hair salon, elevator, and a spacious Sky Deck with shade system, whirlpool, deck games, and the delightful Sky Bistro for al-fresco lunches of light grill fare.

AmaWaterways The AmaSerena – set to debut in 2015 – is a sister ship to the AmaPrima and features the most advanced design of any river cruise vessel currently in operation.

Their exclusive Twin Balconies are available in most staterooms, which measure a spacious 210-235 sq. feet, and four suites measuring 300 sq. feet.  Passengers will enjoy gourmet dining with unlimited fine wines at multiple onboard dining venues; a heated sun deck swimming pool with a ‘swim-up’ bar; fitness center and spa; complimentary ship-wide Wi-Fi and in-room Internet and Infotainment; and a fleet of bicycles carried onboard for passengers to enjoy on their own or on guided bike tours.

American Cruise lines FamlyTravel.com

American Cruise Lines

 American Cruise Lines is building four new riverboats for American river cruising. Construction has already begun on the first two ships, with the first to begin cruising in in the spring of 2015. The first two new riverboats will carry between 150 and 200 guests and will cruise the Mississippi River system and the Columbia and Snake Rivers. The four new ships will enter service between 2015 and 2017. They will bring all the latest amenities and comforts to each area cruised, including the largest staterooms, private balconies, and spacious dining and lounge venues.

 

Carnival Cruise lines

Carnival Cruise Lines.  

Looking ahead to May, 2016, expect the 3,900 passenger Carnival Vista, the first in the lines new Vista class. With sailings from Trieste, Italy (think relaxing in the Med) and Caribbean-bound departures from the Big Apple as of November 2016. Special at sea: an Imax theatre and an innovative, aerial pedal-powered ride.

Consider these ten tips for making cruise decisions.


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