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Miss L.A.P.

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About Miss L.A.P.

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    Florida
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Royal Caribbean
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Caribbean
  1. We are in a suite on our March 2016 Royal Princess cruise and I am also interested in the tea service. Thank you MJSailors :), I found bimmer09's pictures. http://boards.cruisecritic.com/showthread.php?p=45768868&highlight=bimmer09+tea#post45768868
  2. Thank you for sharing your vacation with us. What a beautiful ship!
  3. Went to the shore excursion desk a couple hours after boarding. We were given a choice of beach or over the water cabana. So glad we chose over the water.
  4. You are 100% WROOONNNNGGG!! I did not start the thread to bash the lifeguard. How dare you say that? So many people on this post trying to belittle and demean others for their own self worth. Calling the people in the water stupid and idiots, for what? I have read all the posts and have learned a lot from many especially those who were lifeguards but I am not going to have you or anyone else flat out lying about what my intentions were when writing the thread.
  5. We booked our over the water cabana on Nellie's Beach right after we boarded the Liberty on the March 23rd sailing. Here are some pictures of cabana #6.
  6. Most definitely. It was a great cabana and Franklin the butler was very nice. We enjoyed the private dock (which we shared with the cabana to the left of us). The cabanas across the beach from us had views of the mountains but not of the ship. It was just gorgeous looking at that beautiful ship from our cabana, I attached a picture of the cabana to our left. This was also a great option since it was the last one and had an unobstructed view of the ocean and mountains.
  7. We were on the March 23rd sailing of the Liberty, with stops in Labadee and Ocho Rios. We rented an over the water cabana on Nellie's Beach, cabana #6. It was so worth it. We had fantastic views of the ship and the beach area. Here are some pictures of the cabana and of the views from the cabana.
  8. We were on the same sailing and booked an over the water cabana on Nellie's Beach. We could not book it online but had no problem booking it on board. The cost was $255.75 for over the water and $235 for the cabanas on the beach. No upgraded buffet for us.
  9. I agree. Once panic set in the situation could have turned tragic. Glad it didn't.
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