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Carnival Cruise One of Many Galveston Holiday Prizes

Posted on June 1, 2013 by Jason Hayes in Our Blog

Galveston is kicking off its annual holiday season, featuring more than 1,000 events and prizes for visitors that include — among others — a Carnival Magic Balcony Cruise for four. Visitors from Galveston between November 16 to January 4 may complete a Passport of Holiday Magic that can then be submitted for entry into multiple drawings. In addition to the cruise, other prizes include a trip to Las Vegas and overnight stays in a number of Galveston-area hotels.

Some of the fun events on Galveston’s Passport to Holiday Magic include laser light shows, Christmas performances at Moody Park and at The Grand, holiday shopping in the historic district, a festival of lights and a Santa Hustle running event. The 12th annual festival of lights, which takes place on November 16, will feature Santa parachuting in from the North Pole as well as holiday-themed entertainment that includes Japanese folk art, songs and paper lanterns made by students in the Galveston Independent School District.

Galveston is a fun and amazing place place to visit year round, but is particularly wonderful around the holidays. If you’re visiting Galveston or taking a cruise from our port, contact EZ Cruise Parking for your parking needs. EZ Cruise Parking is family owned and operated and is dedicated to offering you the best cruise parking available. We offer covered parking and access to all cruise ships operating out of the Port of Galveston, including Carnival Magic, Carnival Triumph and Crown Princess, Royal Caribbean, Disney Cruise Line and many more. Our main lot is within walking distance to the port, and we also offer shuttle service. For more information, contact us.

Jason Hayes

Jason Hayes is known as the parking lot guy. He is the owner, shareholder and manager of multiple parking companies, including EZ Cruise Parking, the leading cruise parking company in Galveston, TX. When Jason is not on the parking lot or in the office, he’s either at home working in the yard or playing with his family.


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