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    Cove point
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    Cruising, pets
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    Cunard
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Norway

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  1. Yes, it seems we must always carry nuts with us if we want to enjoy them with drinks. Luckily they don’t take up much room and you can legally pack them in your carry on so you can enjoy them on your flight.
  2. Remember that most of the perks are already included on Azamara and they have a self service laundry. You will have gratuities and the equivalence of the standard alcohol package with any stateroom. Most times you will also receive internet minutes and on board credit. If you are not in a suite the Specialty restaurants are $30 each and include an Italian and a Steak optio .
  3. I don’t see my stand by favorite, Whispering Angel. I am glad Azamara has it although they ran out towards the end of our last cruise.
  4. I also bring my own pillow (vacuum packed). It weighs almost nothing as it s down. I have enough trouble sleeping at night and the right pillow helps. We also bring almonds and cashews. We were in a RS last November and the Butler would not bring any nuts to our suite, said they were not on the ship because of nut allergies. We bring our own toiletries so we won’t have any skin problems on the ship.
  5. The Journey library is wonderful for a small ship. It is also a lovely area.
  6. Checked in today for a November cruise and had no problem. I have our boarding passes on our phones and also made a paper printout. No glitches at all.
  7. On our last five cruises in Luminae we saw many jackets (mostly Navy sport oats) I. Luminae and in Milano. We have no luggage restrictions on United. Flying Business you can check two 70 lb bags each as it is included in the fare. Southwest always allows two checked bags. If you purchase a discount fare you can pay for checked baggage 1, 2 or more. When we have purchased a suite cabin we usually don’t worry that much about the airfare. If we could only afford the budget air fare, we probably would not have purchased a suite. If you don’t want to dress for dinner, don’t use airline luggage policy as an excuse.
  8. Th e OP travel agent is mis informed and I am very surprised that a travel professional would spread rumors of this sort. Per Celebrity, there has been no change to their policies.
  9. We have always had an appointment made in Michaels but the actual meeting was in the Future Cruise Sales area. At least there they have access to decent computers so you can see the various options.
  10. Good you dislike formal nights as there are no formal nights on Celebrity. You can certainly wear the same clothes you use to garden, clean your house, wash the car or sleep in. None of these wardrobe selections will get you banned at any Celebrity venue.
  11. If we have the usual tiny balcony, we don’t want footstools. They take up valuable room and are hazardous as you can easily trip over them. Let the folks who want them request them.
  12. It was not hot enough on the Journey in the forward retreat area. Not hot enough for a hot tub but too warm for a pool.
  13. We asked for the “music” to be lowered in the TK Grill when we were on the Sojourn for 21 days. We were told they were not allowed to adjust the volume. As others have said they were able to get the volume lowered he must totally depend on who yo are in the eyes of Seabourn. We did notice that other passengers received special treatment, always getting the best tables and the most prompt service. We were is one of the best suites, not the best, and have only sailed with Seabourn 70 days. The better customers of Seabourn will often have a better experience.
  14. I would speak to your doctor before you move to a scooter. With severe injuries my sister was encouraged to be as mobile as possible as it would help her healing and recovery. She has now regained all of her mobility. Once you lose muscle strength it is very difficult to get it back.
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