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  1. Yes. Thank you! I also just found out that the transfer information is in my e-docs!
  2. I have booked NCL airport transfers for the first time and am unclear how the process works. I cannot seem to find the shuttle times or where to meet at the airport or after the cruise. My TA has been of no help, i.e. "just try to get to the airport before noon." Can someone guide me to where to find this information? Or better yet, tell me a little about your experience using the NCL shuttle service? I am arriving into and leaving from the Orlando airport. I will ask this question on the Florida board as well, but since this is specific to NCL I thought I'd ask here first. Thanks!
  3. I will be attending a conference in Lake Buena Vista and staying at a hotel there the night before the cruise on July 22. What is the least expensive way to get from Lake Buena Vista to the cruise port? I've already booked my airport transfer to the airport after the cruise. Thanks for your help.
  4. Just officially received the email from RC stating that my bid offer had not been accepted. Ah, well! Happy to be sailing no matter what!
  5. Another update. Still no word from RC about my bid for the oceanview or the junior suite aboard the Enchantment of the Seas on Monday, May 13. Expecting the 6:00 p.m. rejection tomorrow, (but still hoping).
  6. Update today: No news yet. Still waiting with bated breath three days away from sailing.
  7. My husband and I are officially one week away from our cruise on May 13th, so I've started seriously watching and waiting to see if my Royal UP bid was accepted. Background: I received an invitation to bid around the first of April. Currently, we are in an oceanview and was given the option to bid on a balcony and/or suite. The minimum bid on the balcony was $75 and on the suite the minimum was $150. Since I am happy with our current cabin, I decided to take the "it can't hurt, let's see what happens" attitude and bid just slightly above the minimum, yet still considered in the "weak" category. Also, given the cost of the balconies and suites my bids would be considered pretty nice deals (for me), and probably not worth accepting for RC. As of today, all of the balconies and suites for my cruise are showing "sold out." They have been for a little while, so I'm not sure if that really means anything. I've gone on other cruise booking sites and have seen that a few cabins in these categories are still available. I am expecting to receive the rejection email from RC any day now and will be absolutely fine with that. However, if either of my bids are accepted I'll be thrilled! I'll come back here to let you know what happens on Saturday which will be the 48 hour mark. Stay tuned!
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