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The only ALL 5-Star western managed Yangtze River cruise company. CRC was the first Yangtze cruise company to gain the coveted 5-Star designation from the Chinese National Tourism Bureau -- and remains the ONLY western managed cruise company to have the 5-Star designation for all ships in its fleet. What this means for you is the highest standard of comfort, cuisine, entertainment, service, and security.

China Regal Cruises is the ONLY Yangtze River cruise company to be recognized with an award from Travel Weekly. Helping us achieve this coveted "Best Cruise Company 2002" award is the fact that we hire and professionally train our crews to the highest standards, unlike other cruise companies, which lease both ships and workers.

China Regal Cruises offers you a floating luxury hotel with the highest standards for the most discriminating traveler. This is the ideal platform for viewing the many outstanding geological, historical, and technical wonders to be found along the Yangtze, many of which can ONLY be seen and ALL of which can best be seen from a vessel on the river.
 
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2 Comments
JAY
Carnival. That's the way to go. I am 28 and my husband and I have been on 5 Carnival Cruises and one Royal Caribbean. Actually, we leave in 31 days on anhoetr cruise. Carnival is the fun ship. Don't waste your money buying a room with a balcony because you don't spend that much time in the room anyways. You can get a great deal if you get a room with up to 4 people in it. We went on a Royal Caribbean Cruise once and felt like we were on the Titanic. Carnival always has some type of activity going on. Endless activities. I even once applied to work for them because I figured since I go on so many cruises maybe I can get a good discount. Trust me. Go on a Carnival Cruise. Get one room for all of you and have fun. It doesn't matter that the room is small, you are not going to be in it except to sleep. Oh, and do a 5 or 7 day cruise. If not you'll regret it. Bon Voyage.
Saturday, September 28, 2013 5:17 AM  
MHD
Best Actor:Thank you for sharing with us your trip to Japan, coplmete w pics and links !!! I am glad to learn you did see Mt. Fuji, an experience that I believe is similar to seeing the original as opposed to the photo of a famous painting. I only had a brief visit of Japan while attending a conference there many years ago. So your travel info will be useful to me for future reference.BTW, did you take your blog-header photo at the Expt Farm? I often pass by that house when I go skating on the Canal or running/skiing in the area. Enjoy the last day of Winterlude !!
Thursday, September 26, 2013 8:25 PM  
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