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AidenL

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About AidenL

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    Cool Cruiser

About Me

  • Location
    Ireland
  • Interests
    Walking, travelling, reading, movies, home cinema
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Celebrity
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Europe, Alaska

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  1. You are way better than me - I have contemplated trying to do a thread, but I know I'd get distracted. So I was lazy and didn't even try !
  2. Yep, we walked every day on our June Alaska Cruise.
  3. Just found this review, really enjoyed it, thanks for taking the time to put it together.
  4. I booked a Future Cruise last year, which has free classic drinks and free WiFi for two. I see now that a standard online booking has free classic drinks and free gratuities included. I presume id have to wok out which is best value to me, I’d not be able to simply rebook now and get the gratuities perk added in also? Thanks in advance.
  5. Same experience here. Both my my wife and I were given separate Chateaubriands due to asking for different cooking points in Murano.
  6. I was offered three scallops on that trip, asked for two and was given three. Had Beef Wellington too, and it was really superb.
  7. Not sure how my wife and I both missed one drawer while packing, but we left a few things behind on Solstice in Alaska last week. Is there any way to contact a Lost Property department or something in Celebrity? Or is this a lost cause, pardon the pun !
  8. Morning ! Just home. No, I didn't raise them to be honest. I was with my wife and her Dad, and I'm not a natural complainer. Its more an observation and a feeling of disappointment which caused me to post here, and to erroneously resurrect a few old threads. I accept that its something that happens, some people not complying with rules, and indeed getting satisfaction from that also. I can't say I saw it on our previous cruises in Europe, that's not to say it wasn't there. I do think the dress code on Alaska cruises seems to be looser. Great Celebrity staff in the MDR and super food, so that more than made up for the tee shorts and shorts !
  9. Posted here in error on my part. Didn’t see how to delete my post in all fairness. No no agenda on my part, merely commenting. Seems to be be a level of aggression in some responses which aren’t justified,and which my error in posting doesn’t require.
  10. Posted here in error on my part. Didn’t see how to delete my post in all fairness. No no agenda on my part, merely commenting. Seems to be be a level of aggression in some responses which aren’t justified,and which my error in posting doesn’t require.
  11. We are currently in Solstice in Alaska cruise. This evening, a sea day, we have seen people in tee shirts and shorts in the MDR. Not the first day either. Even though the rules state this isn’t allowed , it seems you can actually wear anything you like. Is this the way it is on all Celebrity Cruises currently? I thought Celebrity was relatively refined, but it seems it is in decline with slipping standards. We had done Aquaclass last couple of cruises, and hadn’t seen this type if dressing there.. Is ignoring the rules a MDR thing?
  12. Really enjoyed the food in the MDR on Solstice Alaska this June. Biggest disappointment were people in shorts and teeshirts in MDR in the evening.
  13. I’ve seen teeshirts, baseball caps and shorts in the MDR in the evening on the Alaska cruise we are in on Solstice at the moment. it would seem that the dress code had been totally discarded.
  14. Im on Solstice in Alaska at the moment, have seen shorts, baseball caps and tee shirts in MDR in the evening. Surprised and disappointed. Great food and service but the dress code isn’t being enforced.
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