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Cruisegirl6

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    Florida
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    Cruising, traveling, taking care of pets that are in need
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    It depends what I want in that particular cruise
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    southern caribbean

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  1. When we have gotten the dining package we always tip at least $10 extra a person, the same with the drink package, we tip an additional $1 per drink.
  2. That has happened to me a number of times through the years and what I do is remember it for another time! I just don't shove another entree in my mouth because it looked better than what I had. There is only so much food that I can eat and I don't want to be overweight either. There is always tomorrow to try something different.
  3. I personally would not choose deck 3 because above you is the dining room, casino, jazz on 4, the attic, etc. We had deck 6 balcony on the harmony loved it because we were able to walk down to deck 5 and 4 and not need to use the elevator but stay away from close to the fitness center because sometimes you hear weights and such being dropped but love deck 6 and 7. Avoid deck 14and deck 8.
  4. Honestly, I can't see how anybody can eat a couple of appetizers and more than one entree!
  5. Glad that worked out perfectly for you. Wow, never heard of this new facial recognition (haven't gone out of Miami in years)...wow that saves time!! I still think its probably best I take the later flight, anything can go wrong, so I think I have my answer. 🙂
  6. Thank you, question, there recently was another review and the person said the Symphony had alot of rusty spots, did you notice any?
  7. Navigator doesn't have Sorrentos, I assume they will have some other type pizza at cafe promenade
  8. I personally wouldn't chose that deck: 1- public area/space above on deck 12 (chaise lounges that willl be moved alot and deck washed down during the night, pool, fitness center....alot of traffic and possible noise) 2- The doors be kept opening due to the flow of traffic and my concern is that it may be too warm in the hallways 3- I also be concerned that it be too noisy with the traffic flow I only like cabins that have cabins on top of me and no public space.
  9. I wear leggings or capri leggings and a nice top and flip flops.
  10. Curious, since the Navigator doesn't have a coastal kitchen for JS passengers, is there any other alternative for dinner to take its place?
  11. Thank you for the review, we been on the Oasis class ships so many times and we are trying the Navigator this October. I been reading negative things about Hooked and glad you wrote about it. I will definitely give it a try. Very surprised the ice show was only one day and the last day of the cruise, sad to hear that because that is the only show that we go to. How was disembarkation, I am pondering on whether to take the 10:40am flight or the 1:40pm flight out of Miami back to Jacksonville, Florida, any thoughts?
  12. There is plenty of room for a rollaway if they provide one for you. In fact, that closet is huge somebody can sleep in that too!
  13. If you read this you will find the words "all selections are subject to change", RC has given notification to the public. Terms & Conditions: Prices are per person for the full sailing. All selections are subject to change. Royal Caribbean International reserves the right to verify eligibility upon arrival to the activity. Specialty Dining Packages must be booked at least two days prior to boarding and may not be available for every sail date. One reservation will be automatically created for the first night of the sailing. All other reservations must be made onboard and are subject to availability. Packages include service charge and food portion only for dinner and, when available, lunch service. For restaurants with a la carte pricing, you’ll receive a $35 food credit. Beverages not included. For Dining Packages, It is not required that children 12 and under purchase this product. Children ages 0-5 dine for free and children ages 6-12 will be charged a $10 cover at the restaurant. Not available on holiday sailings. Not valid for Chef's Table, or Culinary Experiences/Activities. Purchase of dining packages provides 40% discount off bottles of wine priced at $100 or less; 20% discount off bottles of wine priced over $100 while dining in Specialty Restaurants. Wine discount valid only with the purchase of 3-night, 4-night, 5-night, or Unlimited Dining Packages; other Dining Packages excluded. Terms of Royal Caribbean’s Alcohol Policy apply, including a minimum drinking age, which varies by itinerary. Offer is not transferable, not redeemable for cash, and expires on the final night of the cruise. VAT will be added to the price where applicable. Terms of Dining Packages apply.
  14. Well, I am glad you enjoyed it...your mind is very vivid. If you own a restaurant, and you offer unlimited dining, do you really think you like the fact that people dine multiple times a day at your establishment and order a rib eye and be happy with that?!! You will take a financial loss, so with this being said as I have to speak to somebody with a simple mind or maybe your a young person and don't understand the "restaurant business and marketing", your going to make changes to suit your cost so that you can maintain profit and not financial loss...same goes for RC, I understand where they are going, but I totally disagree not advertising the rules of one purchasing the UDP.
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