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					                    OGHS Class of „69
                       40th Reunion
                    Information Sheet




 Essential Information
      o Reunion Itinerary
      o The Carnival Elation
      o Cabin Pricing
      o Payment Schedule
 What You Need to Do
      o Update Your Contact Information
      o Mail a Deposit to Reserve Your Cabin
 Details
       o Driving Directions and Parking Information
       o Cancellation Policy
Essential Information
Reunion Itinerary
Friday, September 25, 2009

Reunion Celebration Party and Pre-Cruise Bash at the Comfort Inn Airport at Old Town in San Diego
(see flyer on this Web site)

Party from 4:00pm until they kick us out or we get too sleepy....


Saturday, September 26, 2009

   Continental breakfast at Comfort Inn
   Relax
   Board Carnival Cruise Lines‟ Carnival Elation at San Diego Embarcadero anytime between 12:00pm and
    3:15pm. Departure 4:00 p.m.


Sunday, Late Afternoon, September 27, 2009

Fun Day at Sea !


Monday, September 28, 2009

Arrives Cabo San Lucas at 8:00 a.m., departs at 6:00 p.m.


Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Arrives Cabo San Lucas at 7:00 a.m., departs at 4:00 p.m.


Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Fun Day at Sea !


Thursday, October 1, 2009

Arrives San Diego at 8:00 a.m. for disembarkation
The Carnival Elation




Carnival Cruise Lines will deploy the 2,052-passenger Carnival Elation on a new three- and four-day cruise
schedule from San Diego beginning Feb. 12, 2009. The ship currently operates four- and five-day cruises from
San Diego and will continue that program through the departure of Feb. 7, 2009.

Carnival has offered a similar, highly successful program from Southern California for a number of years,
currently on the Carnival Paradise based in Long Beach, with those departures occurring on Fridays and
Mondays.

“Between the two ships, consumers will have a choice of two very popular departure points, Long Beach and
San Diego, as well as four different departure days each week to select from,” said Terry Thornton, Carnival‟s
senior vice president of marketing planning. “These will be the only ships in the Southern California market
offering three and four-day cruises starting in 2009, and with short getaways currently a trend among North
American consumers, combined with the inherent value of a cruise, these voyages represent an extremely
desirable vacation choice,” he added.

Carnival, which is the West Coast‟s largest, most popular cruise line, also offers longer length voyages from
Southern California. The Carnival Pride operates seven-day Mexican Riviera cruises from Long Beach year-
round (to be replaced by the new Carnival Splendor in March 2009) and the Carnival Spirit offers seasonal
eight-day Mexican Riviera voyages from San Diego.

To hear a first-hand review of a cruise on the Carnival Elation, click here.
Myriad ‘Fun Ship’ Features

Part of Carnival‟s highly successful Fantasy class, the 70,000-ton Carnival Elation features 12 lounges and bars,
including a multi-level theater showcasing lavish revues, a 12,000-square-foot health and wellness center, full
casino gambling, and a wide range of full-service and casual dining options.

Family-friendly amenities include organized programs for children in three age groups – “Camp Carnival” for
ages 2-11, “Circle C” for 12- to 14-year-olds, and “Club O2” for older teens – all with facilities, activities and staff
for each.

Carnival Elation also features three swimming pools, a 115-foot-long water slide, a one-eighth-mile jogging track
and a variety of stateroom categories, each offering the Carnival Comfort Bed sleep system with plush
mattresses, luxurious duvets and high quality linens and pillows. Cell phone service and ship-wide Wi-Fi access
are available, as well.




Cabin Pricing

Carnival has given us a 70-stateroom allotment, as follows:

       Category 4A, Inside Stateroom, 35 cabins
       Category 6A, Oceanview Stateroom, 30 cabins
       Category 11, Balcony Stateroom, 5 cabins

Following is the pricing breakdown for each of the blocked stateroom categories:

Category 4A, Inside Stateroom
186 square feet, one king or two double beds configuration (Carnival‟s famous “Heavenly Beds”),
ample drawer and closet space, private bathroom with toilet, basin and shower facilities, telephone,
safe, color television with first-run movies:

Cruise Fare:  $150.00 per person, for a total of $300.00 double occupancy
Port Charges,
Taxes, Fuel
Surcharges:   $186.60 per person, for a total of $373.20 double occupancy

Grand Total:       $336.60 per person, for a total of $673.20 double occupancy

Category 6A, Oceanview Stateroom
186 square feet with same lay-out and amenities as the inside stateroom above, plus picture window:

Cruise Fare:  $200.00 per person, for a total of $400.00 double occupancy
Port Charges,
Taxes, Fuel
Surcharges:   $186.60 per person, for a total of $373.20 double occupancy

Grand Total:       $386.60 per person, for a total of $773.20

Category 11, Balcony Stateroom
250 square feet with floor-to-ceiling windows, separate sitting area, private balcony, loads of drawers
and ample closet space, telephone, safe, color television with first run-movies, large vanity/dressing
table, refrigerator, entertainment area
Cruise Fare:  $550.00 per person, for a total of $1,100.00 double occupancy
Port Charges,
Taxes, Fuel
Surcharges:   $186.60 per person, for a total of $373.20 double occupancy

Grand Total:   $737.60 per person, for a total of $1,473.20 double occupancy


Payment Schedule
The payment schedule is designed to help make our adventure affordable. Each payment is for two
occupants per cabin and is due on the dates listed below.

Please complete the Payment Form (available on this Web site) and send it in with each payment.

For Category 4A (double occupancy):
November 17, 2008   $150
January 15, 2009     $150
April 15, 2009       $ 300
July 15, 2009       remaining balance $73.20

For Category 6A (double occupancy):
November 17, 2008   $150
January 15, 2009     $150
April 15, 2009       $300
July 15, 2009       remaining balance $173.20

For Category 11 (double occupancy):
November 17, 2008    $300.00
January 15, 2009     $350.00
April 15, 2009       $350.00
July 15, 2009        remaining balance of $473.20
What You Need to Do
Update Your Contact Information
The reunion committee (listed below) is in the process of updating contact information for all
classmates for the 1969 class. We need your current contact Information, including:

      Name
      Mailing address
      Home phone
      Cell phone
      Work phone with extension (optional)
      E-mail address

Please e-mail this information to any of the following organizers:
 Contact                       Email                   Main Phone         Alt. Phone
 Cindy (Goswick) Larson        finchlover@cox.net      (858) 748-4390
 Sheila Barnett                vinochic51@aol.com      (760) 751-9785
 John Granger                  jgranger@san.rr.com     (858) 395-6832


Fill Out the Guest Information Form
Personal identification information for each passenger is required by Carnival Cruise Lines.
Please provide this information for you and your guest by completing the Guest Information Form and
mailing it along with your deposit (see below)
Also, be prepared to show proof of citizenship at time of departure. By law, U.S. Citizens traveling on
cruises that begin and end in the same U.S. port must show proof of citizenship. The following are
accepted as proof of citizenship:

      A valid U.S. Passport
      A U.S. Government-issued photo ID (such as a driver license) plus an original or certified
       copy of a birth certificate.
      A Naturalization Certificate

Please note that no personal information will be given out by our travel agent (Lyman Travel), the
cruise line or the Reunion Committee.


Mail a Deposit to Reserve Your Cabin
To reserve your cabin, we must receive an initial deposit of $75.00 per person (for Category 4a or 6a)
or $150 per person (for Category 11) by November 17, 2008. Please see Cabin Pricing and Payment
Schedule above for details.

Your deposit is fully refundable up until July 28, 2009.

Please mail your deposit to:

OGHS 1969 REUNION
C/O CINDY LARSON
14403 PEBBLE CANYON DRIVE
POWAY, CA 92064

(Make checks payable to: OGHS REUNION)

NOTE: If you do not plan to attend the cruise, and have sent us your contact information, you need do
nothing further at this time. We will contact you with further details in 2009.


Details
Driving Directions and Parking Information
Port of San Diego
"B" Street Cruise Ship Terminal
Harbor Drive
San Diego, CA 92101

The Port of San Diego is located within 5 miles of San Diego Lindberg Airport. Parking is $10.00 -
$20.00 per day (rates subject to change).

Traveling from the North - On I-5 Southbound, take the exit for the San Diego International Airport.
Continue straight on Kettner Boulevard. Turn right on Laurel Street. After crossing over Pacific
Highway, stay in the left lane; the right lane will take you to the airport. Turn left on Harbor Drive and
proceed to the terminal.

Traveling from the North and South (alternate route) - On I-5 north or south, take the Front Street
exit and head south on Front Street. Turn right on Broadway. Turn right on Harbor Drive and proceed
to the terminal.


Cancellation Policy
1. Up until July 28, 2009, no cancellation penalties.

2. From July 29 to August 28, 2009, cancellation penalty of $150.00 per person per cancelled
   stateroom.

3. From August 29 to September 20, 2009, cancellation penalty of 50% of amount paid per
   cancelled stateroom.

4. After September 20, 2009, cancellation penalty of 100% of amount paid per cancelled
   stateroom.


Protection Plan
Vacation insurance is available at nominal cost. Please contact our travel coordinator, Ann Lyman, for
details:

LYMAN TRAVEL
760.736.4846
lymantravel@cox.net

				
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