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Guinness1000

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  1. I live in Florida, so I have 5 cruise ports nearby. Going on a cruise is easy, convenient and affordable. We did Panama Canal over Christmas on Island Princess, then I went with my daughter and granddaughter on Oasis in February. It's really not much difference in cost compared to going to and staying at Disney World. Except the scenery changes and there's no Mickey. πŸ™‚
  2. We LOVE Bonaire! Rent a golf cart and drive around the whole island. You'll be amazed at the different things you'll see. Maho Beach in Curacao? I'm pretty sure that's in St. Maarten. πŸ™‚ Aruba, go to Flamingo Beach!!! πŸ™‚
  3. 2!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Oasis on Sunday with my daughter and Granddaughter!
  4. Slightly off topic, but... πŸ™‚ I know Starbucks is not included in the premium drink package, but what about milkshakes at Johnny Rockets?
  5. Went on Navigator last year. Although the ship and cruise in general was fine, it's our least favorite cruise so far because of the hard beds. I don't think we slept well one single night.
  6. I'm not a US citizen. I use my passport when I check-in online and then I have to prove that I have a Green Card when we check-in at the port. I don't know, but it doesn't sound right that you can travel outside of the US with just a GC. Maybe it depends on where you're going?
  7. Only had an aft balcony on HAL and we had soot on the floor of the balcony every morning. Annoying, but other than that we had the best views and the balcony was HUGE. Maybe it's like that on every aft balcony?
  8. I was just on her over Christmas and there is one pool in the open on lido deck and then the other one before you get to the spa that has a retractable roof. It's supposed to be adults only, but I saw a few kids there occasionally. They were far and few between and I doubt they bothered anyone.
  9. Great review! I remember it was a bit rocky on the sea day between Costa Rica and Grand Cayman.
  10. We arrived early, 9:30, in Miami last year because we flew in. We had to stand in line outside with nowhere to sit for over an hour before they opened the terminal. After that it took another 45 minutes before we were on the ship. It felt like forever. This past Christmas, we drove and we arrived in FLL at 12:35. No lines at all. We pretty much walked right on. The fastest embarkation ever for us. IMO, I rather arrive a little later and walk right on than get there early and deal with lines and such. Just my take. πŸ™‚
  11. Ok. That sounds good. For anyone interested, I ended up calling them and RCCL consider 3 and under infants and they go free. Thanks everyone. πŸ™‚
  12. Is that through RCCL or just through Atlantis? Would you know if RCCL uses that 4 year old age limit on all their excursions? Thanks. πŸ™‚ We are supposed to be in Nassau 8am - 3pm.
  13. Going on Oasis Feb 10th with my daughter and granddaughter (age 23 months). I have read through the excursion info on the RC website and all I can find is 139 dollars for a US child. Does that mean even for a child not even two yet? Any info on this would be greatly appreciated since I'd like to take both of them there, but might have to rethink this if that's the cost for my granddaughter to go. Thanks. πŸ™‚
  14. My husband uses a CPAP. We bring a four foot extension cord on our cruises. No one's ever said anything about it.
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