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  1. Been in Handicapped aft rooms on the Getaway deck 10 Huge balcony, Escape Deck 12 balcony about 1/3 less deep, Bliss Deck 13, 1/2 as deep as deck 10. Love the aft balcony's except the long way to get to the elevators and the service carts do get in the way and on the Bliss the Garden Cafe is on the Bow so a long way to go to get a quick bite
  2. Last time thru Miami , they used facial recognition to get thru customs, no paperwork or passports, no checking of luggage, so unless they they use on board purchases and what you bring on board from stops I did not see anyone stopped and checked
  3. Yes there is, but you can order a fresh pot of coffee and some of those wonderful chocolate croissants to your room every morning
  4. I believe they need to go back to 3 banks of elevators Also I agree people need to figure out the buttons, and not keep pushing them until the open elevator is gone And for people to learn some manners, or take the stairs Being in a wheelchair I do not have that option. It it amazing how I will wait patiently for the elevator only to be jumped over so people can get in. Don't get me wrong, I have had many people get out of their way so I can get on, and some have gotten out and taken the stairs Granted I have seen people in wheelchairs and scooters who will run you over (mostly people who have rented the scooter for the cruise and do not know how to drive them) I am a very patient man, I only say if I run over your toes it will ruin your cruise
  5. Great Review, Me & my wife were on the ship with you. I agree there were some very rude people (most did speak french) You might have seen me, big guy, self propelling my wheel chair all over the ship
  6. We just got back from the Bliss and we had a Aft Balcony, take a good look at the deck plans, at least on the Bliss you are a long way from the elevators and the buffet. Also there is always carts in the way in the hall. But you can't beat the back of the ship
  7. I tried a search but could not get to the answer Do you get cell phone service on the Bliss? What should you turn off as not to get overcharged? Am going to use the NCL app just to check on my account and booking reservations, no on board texts Thanks
  8. Does anyone have a scan of these menus? Thanks
  9. My wife loved this drink on the Escape Is it available on the Bliss?
  10. We went to the fort you see on the way into the port (I forget the name) the trolleys are handicapped accessible but we waited for a while and they were all too full. You can push to the fort, San Juan is hilly so they way up is a struggle, best way is to head to the Red Door in the wall and go thru it an keep left all the way up to the fort. Most of the fort you can get around but there are some really steep ramps, Greats views. In town on the way back there are some nice shops but beware of where the curb cut-outs are and if not they are extremely high, I bet 10-12 inches in some spots and they sidewalks can narrow and they place street sign posts so half way down and you cannot pass by.... Good Luck
  11. I am also a morning person, try to get the sunrise and cruise around the ship
  12. Thanks, I stick to what I know, and I know what I have tried and what works, nothing worse than going on a vacation and being confined or peoples definition of handicapped accessible. Yes I have gone out of NYC, but one to many times getting our butts kicked off Cape Hatteras, so we switched to driving to Florida. Done Bermuda, western and the eastern a few times. Just looking for different ports to be added in and not being stuck on the ship for days. Looked into Celebrity, Carnival but the reviews are not that good for a HC person. Just take a look to see what HC rooms are available and their location. Thanks again I am done
  13. Just look out of Miami in February , pretty much all of the cruises are 3 ports I just have looked into NCl and RCCl because I feel they are about equal I should have added that I do not fly, i drive to all the departure ports and require a HC room which you have to book at least 12-15 months in advance and the NCl & RCCl ships have been accommodating. Tender ports do not work, so it limits my options Thanks fore the replys
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