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About Jahquis27

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    Cool Cruiser

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    Massachusetts, USA
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    Cruising of course
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  1. I try to book my cruise when Royal is offering OBC. Then I end up with OBC from Royal and my TA usually matches or gives more. This time my TA matched what Royal was offering and provided specialty dinner 1 night.
  2. I am staying in a Central Park balcony room 11255. Am I correct that the bed will be closer to the closet and restroom and the sofa will be closer to the balcony.
  3. I have gone on both and like both equally. To me it depends on what you are looking for. I think the cruise directors and entertainment staff are much more upbeat and engaging on Carnival. For fun and more activities or events Carnival it is. If you are looking for a more laid back and relaxing cruise, Royal is the way to go. Food depends on each person and what they like. I think every ship cooks differently. You will have a great time if you choose Royal. It never hurts to give something different a try to see if that brand is a match for you and your vacation needs. I know others are talking about perks. However since this would be your first, this would not matter. Overall both brands are fantastic and provide my family with a great vacation. Royal won this upcoming cruise. We will be sailing on Adventure out of NY this May. Last 2 cruises were on Carnival.
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