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Lovesealife

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About Lovesealife

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    Cool Cruiser

About Me

  • Location
    New York
  • Interests
    Cruising! Snowboarding, biking, cooking, wine, sun & sand
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Royal Caribbean, Celebrity
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Hawaii, Caribbean

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  1. Yes he was taking care of us as well the week of 11/22 on the Silhouette along with Agung. We loved them both! Make sure to get them to sing for you!
  2. So excited to follow this review! We just got off the Silhouette on 12/1. We loved Agung in Luminae! Ask for him if you can. He will sing for you and is quite animated. Tell him you are looking forward to the squab (while doing your best bird impression) and Mike and Lori say hello. Claudia and Gilbert are also excellent assistant waiters. This group had the best synergy we've seen on any ship! I'm looking forward to hearing about your interactions with them!
  3. I was so excited to come home and see this yesterday. After a long day I was like yes! We get to go on a journey with Paul and Edward! I am looking forward to following along! Thank you for sharing so we can live vicariously through you!
  4. We did a Chef's Table on the Reflection and it was a great experience. We started at the Wine Bar for champagne and then proceeded to a galley tour of both the main dining room and Murano. From there our group of 10 (including 2 ship officers) were brought into a private room in Murano. They took pictures and had them developed and presented to us along with the menu by the end of our dinner. The wine was fantastic and definitely a step up from what we could get during a normal dinner at Luminae. There was a 1985 porto with dessert and a 2008 St. Emilion Grand Cru that was fantastic! We did enjoy the food and have no negative comments though there was not anything that absolutely stood out as a must have. We did a Chef's Table years ago on the RCCL Allure that we still rate as one of the best meals we have ever had. While the food was better there, the experience was better on Celebrity. Hope that helps!
  5. I got hurt on an S-class ship in November 2018 and the wheel chair provided did not fit through the doorway. There was also the struggle of limited room by the bed and the step up into the bathroom. I would recommend an accessible room as others have.
  6. Thank you! We watched the Broncos win the super bowl from a cruise stateroom!
  7. Paul, thank you so much for another fantastic review. We enjoy traveling along and hope to meet you in our travels one day! You are getting us pumped to board the Reflection on Nov 16th. Quick question... do you know if they are playing the NFL football games anywhere on the ship?
  8. We know him too he was the maitre d in Luminae on the Reflection. He was fantastic. I informed them of some weird food allergies the first night and he went back and prepared a separate meal for me outside of what was on the menu. Sent from my SM-G930V using Forums mobile app
  9. We sail in sky suites on Celebrity and sailed in an aft facing penthouse suite on the NCL Gem. As far as size the rooms are comparable. We did not like the configuration of the penthouse. There was a little hallway where the closets, drawers and dressing table were all located. If one person has a drawer or closet open the other cant get by. We were constantly tripping over each other. Also the furnishings and decor seemed almost gaudy to us. Someone else mentioned sky suites feeling more "light and airy". This is definitely true. I found the aft corner sky suite to have more of an open, accessible layout. Our aft balcony on the Gem was also far more narrow than the aft corner sky suite balconies. On a positive note for NCL the suite service was fantastic- they treat their suite guests like royalty. Sent from my SM-G930V using Forums mobile app
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