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    Family and Cruising
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    Carnival and Royal Caribbean
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    They're all my favorites!

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  1. We are sailing on the Inspiration out of Long Beach Monday and have purchased FTTF. Our boarding passes have an arrival time of 1:30-2:00 pm, is that correct for FTTF also? I've never seen boarding beginning that late but I also see they sail later. Any info would be appreciated.
  2. My only con would have to be our MDR table was a booth. I enjoy getting dressed up and "going out" to dinner and having our family of 5 eating in a booth every evening was less than ideal for my expectations and thoughts of what dinner on a cruise ship should be. It wasn't bad enough to complain, it didn't "ruin" our cruise, it just wasn't to my liking. Enjoy your cruise if you do sail on her!
  3. Correct me if I'm wrong, but I seem to remember reading somewhere they are charging for a sharps container now?? I don't know.
  4. We've done both. The first time we didn't have one and our room steward just brought one. The second time we put in a special request ahead of time and the last time we asked once onboard.
  5. We are sailing Carnival Dream on October 5th and I was wondering how the Frightfully Fun Halloween all month long works. Am I correct in thinking they will designate one day/evening as "Halloween"?
  6. I could be wrong but I thought they quit having lobster, at no charge, on cruises less than 6 days more than a year ago. Maybe they still have it on the Horizon 4 night cruise because it's the newest ship?
  7. We'll be sailing out of Galveston, on the Dream, for a 5 day cruise this October. I'm curious, other than no lobster (no charge) on elegant night what other differences are there between the 5 day and 7 day? Also, is there just the one elegant night or two?
  8. Two reasons! First reason, I LOVE spending as much time as possible on that ship for my vacation! Second reason, my husband is a Type 1 diabetic. It NEVER fails, every vacation, every holiday, simply switching up his routine as his BS is through the roof. It's nice for him to have our room to pass out in rather than on Lido looking passed out drunk before we set sail! 🤣
  9. I'll never forget the excitement the children had when they saw chocolates on their pillows! I miss that the most, I think!
  10. We prefer 7 day cruises, with the family, and have never felt as though they were too long. We have done a couple 3 day cruises for a quick getaway without the kids and have left wishing it were longer! On the other hand, my sister-in-law has done 2 seven day cruises and felt "trapped" during both. Definitely recommend 7 days!!
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