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Belgian fry

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About Belgian fry

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  • Location
    Brussels, Belgium
  • Interests
    Theatre, running, rugby
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Celebrity, HAL
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Halfmoon Cay

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  1. Hello from Belgium. We cruised the fjords on Rottedam in June 2019. We had 3 aft cabins, with one being the corner. The balcony on the corner cabin is huge! I get seasick and was fine. Just too a tablet for the very rough seas that delayed our departure from Rotterdam and after that I was fine.
  2. There isn't, so it goes round the corner and it's really big. This was definitely the case in June 2019 for 7076, 6040 was several years ago now, but I don't know why it would change
  3. We liked the cabin. Plenty of storage. The balcony is the big attraction though. We did the Norwegian Fjords. Scenic cruising is much enhanced with this type of balcony
  4. Hello. I have stayed in one on deck 6 and one on deck 7. I prefer deck 6 because it's cabins above you and also because you don't get soot (which we did on deck 7)
  5. Yes, you should bring Euros. People have had difficulties paying in $
  6. Sounds like they are very well organised! Thank you for the information.
  7. Can I ask how many formal nights you had and which nights they were?
  8. Thank you for your review. I'm doing this cruise in March. Can't wait!
  9. Yes, there is some other kind of sun shelter available for my cruise in March. I forget the name. It's cheaper than a clamshell.
  10. We're doing that Koningsdam cruise in 2020 so I'll be looking forward to seeing some reviews. Love watching the ships sail away!
  11. Jellyfish tentacles. I've had these before and they are lines of bumps. The tentacles can be floating round in the sea
  12. I'd be interested to hear from anyone who has jumoed into a taxi and spent the day in Marigot. Is there enough to do? Was it easy to find your way around? Also, for anyone who has been recently, how is the town doing after the hurricane? Thank you!
  13. I had pretty much the same question. I guess I'll just tie it up all the time and try to do something nice with it in the evening!
  14. It's always a good idea to have a passport with you in case you get stuck on an island (accident, health problem etc.). I would never go ahore without. Martinique is part of France, so you should expect the same checks as if you were flying to Paris, for example. I don't think there's anything to be worried about with regard to immigration (as for customs, most people won't be bringing anything other than a small bag onto the island with them, so I don't foresee any lengthy checks) In any case, I'm certain the French officials will be more welcoming than US officials are for French people entering the US.
  15. Arriving from Belgium, we'll be spending one full day in Miami (arriving Sunday evening, leaving Monday evening for Fort Lauderdale) before our cruise in March. Staying in Miami beach. What would you do/visit? For background, I have been to/through Miami a few times, but this is my husband's first time in the US. Thank you!
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