Cruises Become Most Requested Travel by Members of Crystal Travel Center in Thousand Oaks

Crystal Travel announces that cruising has become the Travel Centers most requested vacation.

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Thousand Oaks, CA (PRWEB) February 09, 2013

Crystal Travel is a private, members only travel club located on the border of Thousand Oaks and Westlake Village. They specialize on getting members discounts on all travel throughout the world.

According to Crystal management, "We also like to see what's trending, or what's our most popular or most requested vacations and right now it's the Cruises. All types of families, those who have kids and those who don't have kids want to cruise because their service is just amazing. And the ships are so big, you don't have to be around a bunch of people if you don't want to."

On a cruise, there is something for everyone: relaxing "me" time for the adults, imaginative fun for the kids and exciting family time for all. Every voyage includes the attention to detail and world-class hospitality that only luxury cruise lines can provide.

Activities: Join in a variety of activities at lavishly themed onboard venues designed to inspire and delight each and every member of your family

Dining: Savor one-of-a-kind Rotational Dining, where Guests "rotate" through 3 different restaurants with personalized service from servers who travel with you to each meal.

Entertainment: Immerse yourselves in Broadway-quality, entertainment that can't be seen anywhere elseā€”as well as special moments with cast and crew.

Deck Parties: The family comes together for unique themed celebrations on deck, including the only fireworks spectacular at sea.

Exciting New Departure Ports:Sail to exciting destinations in 2012 and 2013 from Galveston, Texas, a new departure port.

Also in 2013, cruises sail from Vancouver, Canada; Barcelona, Spain; Miami, Florida; Los Angeles, California; Port Canaveral, Florida and other ports of call.


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