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About Tasm3n

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  1. I also was confused when I saw the initial mailing go out yesterday. You really needed to dig into the email/website to find out how to get a refund rather than the FCC. They certainly did not make it easy.
  2. I have a 2 bedroom booked for a cruise in July and I was able to find/book it off the RCCL site.
  3. You can email? I always thought I had to call. So if you email, do you just include the reservations #'s you want to make sure you are linked to?
  4. If you just want a beach day in Cozumel, I'd recommend Nachi Cocoom. They do limit the # of people allowed there on any given day (I think it's 150). It's all inclusive and a super chill beach day. I'd also give Rose Hall a thumbs up in Falmouth. We loved our time there.
  5. It is added to your onboard account and settled upon disembarkation. We've also been able to split it between cabins if we were sharing with another family. Just talk to guest services or concierge (if you are traveling in a concierge cabin) and they should be able to arrange it.
  6. I'm trying to decide if I buy some arcade credits for the child casino on the LotS for our cruise in July. I'm curious what games there are in the arcade.
  7. Seriously? Ugh. Ok. Thanks for letting me know. That would have been no an optimal surprise on embarkation day.
  8. Thanks everyone for the advice. I ended up going with Chops on embarkation day since my aunt already had the Key and we can join her and Giovannis for dinner.
  9. I'll admit, looking at the menu, the black pepper bacon did catch my attention.
  10. I'm guessing I'll be really boozed and somewhat fooded up from earlier in the day at the Royal Palms. We have a cabana and intend to take full advantage. That meal does sound divine, though.
  11. I'm considering booking specialty dining for one night of our cruise in July. We have main seating dining and I don't want to have to rush back to the ship when we are in Grand Cayman just to make dinner. My question is: If you had to pick just one specialty dining experience on the Liberty, which one would you pick and why?
  12. Ooooo.. thanks for asking this. I was wondering the same thing.
  13. They usually email shortly before your 125 day window opens. I think I got my email about a week before. They are pretty good about emailing. I have yet to NOT hear from Shoreside. If for some reason you do not hear from them before your 125 window opens, you can email them here: dcl.concierge.services@disneycruise.com.
  14. Oh another thing I would recommend. When you send your email to Shoreside concierge, do so RIGHT at midnight EST on your booking day. The sooner you send it, the better the chance of you getting the exact cabana you want. Shoreside puts in the requests in the order in which they were received. We usually have our email ready to go so that all I have to do is hit send the minute the clock changes to midnight EST. We've yet to find ourselves disappointed.
  15. For us, the choice depends on which coast we are sailing from. We live on the west coast and always do late dining when sailing from the east coast. We treat late dining as if it was regular dining just on the opposite coast 🙂 We've definitely enjoyed not having to rush to get showered/ready for dinner after a day at port. That is a nice perk of the later seating.
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