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kman99

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  1. Thanks so much, this is what I was hoping to hear! Better yet, hopefully they won't have to cancel at all!
  2. This I HAVE done! 😄 We actually got key copies from guest services for access to each cabin, and then used our own original S&S cards for charging purposes.
  3. Obviously, I know if it comes down to it I'll need to contact Carnival directly, but wondering if anyone has first-hand experience with a situation like this: We have multiple rooms booked on a cruise next month, including three connecting aft balconies. The couple in the middle may need to cancel. It would be ideal if we could swap rooms so that remaining two would be connected still. Any insights? Are we out of luck, or is there some magic booking dust we can sprinkle on this situation?
  4. The MLB game day doesn't actually stream the game, just updates plays in near-real time. Might be a gray area...
  5. Thanks everyone! I think we'll give value plan a shot and upgrade if we have to.
  6. Great to know! Back in 2015, it was hit or miss on the Magic... the sports bar covered some of the post season games, but showed more football than anything...not that there is anything wrong with that 😆
  7. That's exactly what we were thinking about! I guess at worst we can upgrade to premium if value doesn't work.
  8. I have purchased the value wifi package for our upcoming October cruise on the Vista. Does anyone have experience accessing MLB Game Day through this package? Thanks in advance, and GO 'STROS! 😁
  9. I like Galveston Park & Cruise -- indoor and outdoor parking, and it's directly across the street from the terminal, so no shuttle - just park and cross Harborside. If you pack relatively light and are travelling with generally able-bodied folks, it's a winner!
  10. On our last cruise with kids, my oldest was 9 1/2, and we did let him have self check-out privileges with certain constraints...he had to plan ahead, had to come find us and tell us immediately, no visiting others' staterooms, etc. etc. By day 2, we knew that if he wasn't next to us or in the club, he was either hustling up ping pong matches with bored dads next to the toddler play area, or he was eating his weight in Guy's burgers. We live in a big city and my kid is street smart, so it wasn't a big worry to us. In the end, you know your kid better than anyone here -- if your gut isn't comfortable with allowing self check-out, then plan each day with your kiddo around what activities they're interested in and go check them out as needed.
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