All Seasons Travel & Cruises

Mar 12th, 2003, 07:35 AM
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All Seasons Travel & Cruises

I want to book a Disney land and sea vacation through All Seasons Travel in Jacksonville, FL., but I don't know anything about this travel agency. Has anyone out there used this travel agency? If so, could you give me some feedback (good or bad).
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Mar 12th, 2003, 07:43 AM
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Why don't you just use and support your local travel agent? Then you could know who you are dealing with. And you help your local economy.
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Mar 12th, 2003, 02:37 PM
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First of all welcome: cau32061
This is evidentally your first posting. Maybe someone will be more helpful than that last one was. This posting will bump your question back up to the top. Good Luck!!
I'm not familiar with many cities in FL but is Lulu close to Jacksonville?
I use CruisesOnly out of Florida and I live in Ohio. Just because the prices are better, and the agents around where I live don't have much cruise savvy.
Good luck and enjoy your cruise wherever it may be!!
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Mar 12th, 2003, 05:11 PM
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Check the prices at 3 different places after you check the better business bureau. Darlene
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I would suggest, do not use They are horrible, and have no customer service skills.
Mar 14th, 2003, 06:14 PM
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I suggest you try the DIS boards at They have everything you ever wanted to know about Disney. They also offer several forums - including a Disney Cruise Forum. I know that I have seen several favorable mentions of All Seasons Travel on the forum.

Have fun!
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Mar 17th, 2003, 05:34 PM
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I used All Seasons Travel last May. I thought their services were GREAT. I booked last minute (1 and 1/2 months in advance) as Disney was offering a Fl. Resident discount rate, and All Seasons gave me the best rate. We happened to go because one of the sail dates happened to fall on my daughter's 4th birthday. Patty (?) at All Seasons had us booked with no problems for the specifics dates so that my daughter could celebrate her b-day on the cruise. Patty had notified Disney of her birthday, I did confirm it once we boarded, and at dinner they sang and gave her a small cake. It was great. We also had a good size gift box (cheese, wine, box juice for kids, chips, crackers, candy, etc.) from the travel agency when we got to our cabin. The kids thought it was great, and I thought it was a nice gesture. I would definetly recommend All Seasons although this was the only time I have used them, but would use them again if the opportunity came up.

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Mar 18th, 2003, 06:43 AM
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I've heard good things about them. They seem to be experts in Disney cruises.
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Mar 18th, 2003, 12:04 PM
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I don't agree or appreciate the comment by CRUISER. Its obvious that you don't support small business in your local area. Small business is what built this country in case you did not know. I am sure that their are excellent agents in your area cau32061...You may want to email CLIA or Cruise Brothers Inc. both will give you names of excellent cruise agents in your area..who by the way will give you the same rates as just about anyone else. Online is a good source but if the online agency will not give you a contact name and phone number I would be very very leary of them. Its not like you are giving them 2 bucks. Would you give your hard earned money, credit card numbers etc to a stranger with out a telephone number and name? God I hope not...that could ruin your bank account for years. Believe me it has happened. And for your information CRUISER....Cruises Only went bankrupt a few years ago and re organized as Cruises Only. Hmmmm I guess you like using unworthy business owners to rip you off. Sorry but I get a little testy when people don't support good agents or their local businesses.

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Mar 18th, 2003, 12:22 PM
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We have used one of the local All Seasons Travel to book a past cruise. The only thing I will tell you is with any travel agent or agencies, make sure you read all the fine print carefully. Ask up front about any new or hidden fees that may or may not be in writing. If you are able to plan the majority of the trip yourself you can usually get a better deal by using an agent you are familiar with. Any travel agent can match most any deals you may be able to find on the internet.
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Mar 18th, 2003, 12:24 PM
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Seems like you have an attitude about about using a .com. By any chance are you a TA?

As far as supporting local business your statement is a lot of nonsense.

That was a rude and uncalled for comment you made to cruiser.

Local TA's have taken off with people's money many times, so just don't point out a .com site.

There are many .com TA's that are very good. They can also save one a LOT of money.
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