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  1. Sooo...I sailed on the Sunrise back in February, and I tried the Prime Time Turkey. I have to say...I was expecting something very different from the turkey sausage patty I got. Honestly, it just seemed like a giant turkey burger patty to me. Not much sausage flavor at all. I ended up pulling the turkey out of it, and just eating the rest. The hash brown, maple sauce, etc...were fantastic. If I had it to do over again, I'd probably opt for the regular burger patty, with the "fixins" of the Prime Time Turkey.
  2. Like many of the others, we got on and off the ship several times. No problems. We found that, for the same bottle of wine, the prices were actually better at the shop in the port than at the CVS/Walgreens. Security clearly didn't care. We were disappointed not to have a fridge in our room on the Fascination, so we did go to CVS and purchased a small soft-sided cooler...to keep a bottle iced "on deck" at all times! This was a great cruise...such an amazing itinerary and the staff on board was great!!!
  3. Oh. My. Goodness. I had not heard about this. I will be on the Sunrise in 7 days! And I can't wait to try: The Prime Time Turkey, a turkey breakfast sausage patty, maple gravy, provolone cheese, bacon, a hash brown patty and maple donkey sauce on a French toast bun. I'll try to remember to report back!!!
  4. The Fantasy class ships don't have the "Dive In Movies" out by the pool...because they don't have a movie screen outdoors. They will show a movie or two in the Aft lounge, as mentioned above. The screen isn't really all that big, though. It's not my favorite activity on the Fantasy class ships...but some people seem to enjoy it (especially if it's late in the cruise and you've gotten too much sun!).
  5. Agreed - and I know the move to dispensers was fleet-wide. Someone mentioned above that the continental breakfast on Ocean Plaza still used the boxes, however...so I was wondering if the "satellite" breakfast locations, off of Lido, perhaps still relied on the boxes? I'd imagine that since the Family Harbor lounge is fairly dedicated to food service, it will have the dispensers...but I'll be interested to see. My comment was intended in defense of the statement that those taking multiple boxes were "disgusting" and stocking their cabinets at home. However, while not specif
  6. I cruise on Horizon in a couple of weeks...I wonder what they have in the Family Harbor lounge? Hoping for boxes....they are such a convenience for us. I totally understand the switch to dispensers...it just doesn't work as well with the way my kids eat!
  7. Don't be so quick to judge. I sail with a large family, including three kids/teens. The teens especially tend to sleep late, after having been up late at camp. I frequently go up and grab boxes for all of them....which ends up being many boxes...10 doesn't sound unusual for me at all. Sometimes we also take it off to eat at the beach. That's their breakfast (and sometimes lunch, since they're often too picky to eat at the port). We paid for it. On a typical morning, they eat zero food from the buffet...no massive piles of bacon and other food left behind like many adults. No wast
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