Can adults relax without feeling overrun with kids and are the adult only venues enforced as adult only?
I understand you can bring your own wine onboard to drink in your stateroom or pay a corkage fee in the dining rooms. That is one thing we really like about Holland and Princess. We usually load up a case and check it with our luggage. Does Disney allow you to do the same thing? Also, if we pick up wine in port are we able to bring it back onboard with us?
We are booked in a wheelchair accessable stateroom with verandah. It is a category 6A and is 7136 which appears to be larger. Is anyone familiar with this stateroom? Does it have railing on the verandah that you can see through when sitting or lying down? Is it really as large as it appears? Anything quirky about this cabin or location?
We are doing late seating. Are there more kids or less kids? How does the rotating restaurants work? IE, what are the benefits, and is it assigned seating stations and tables in each venue? Lastly, we would like to do the specialty restaurant on my birthday. Do we need to reserve well in advance and how do we do that?
Thanks in advance!
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