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  1. I’m going on my first Journeys Cruise at the end of the month. (9 day on the Valor to Panama Canal). I understand that Journeys cruises have special classes and seminars. Just to whet my appetite, what types of special classes can I expect?
  2. Oh trust me, you’d know if they were the new desserts! I was on the Dream in October and they have the new desserts. They’re java cafe quality cakes.
  3. Im sailing on the Valor in 39 days - yay! I was wondering if they have the new dessert selections on the Lido yet?
  4. Sailed on her last May for a B2B. Liked the Serenity in the back of the ship. MDR staff was some of the friendliest we’ve ever had. It’s smaller and older, but it has all the upgrades except a steakhouse which I can live without. Tampa was a easy port to sail out of - the YOUR Captain’s Club guy works there and he was fun while we waited. I wouldn’t hesitate to sail her again. Sent from my iPhone using Forums
  5. Exactly the answer I wanted to hear. Thank you!
  6. I used to use a travel agent to book my cruises, now I use a PVP. With the cruises that I booked with the TA I didn’t get insurance. With the PVP I do. I have a TA booked cruise coming up in October and given the hurricane situation I thought I should get insurance. I didn’t go through Carnival because I didn’t want to make a phone call. I used a major well known insurance company and for about $20 more tan what I paid for carnival insurance, I got a much better plan. All of that is background so you know why I ask...has anyone ever canceled their Carnival trip insurance? Sent from my iPhone using Forums
  7. I’m a history buff so I found it amazing and very worthwhile. It’s not “fun” like other cruise ports but fascinating. Carnival handles the paperwork and visas.
  8. I’m a history buff so I found it amazing and very worthwhile. It’s not “fun” like other cruise ports but fascinating. Carnival handles the paperwork and visas.
  9. I had an awful time getting off the Paradise last May. Missed my 12:30 flight and had to pay a lot of money to change. Sent from my iPhone using Forums
  10. Update: cancelled FTTF, priority markings remain, saved $70. Thanks Cruise Critic! Sent from my iPhone using Forums
  11. PERFECT. Thank you so much! That's exactly what I needed to see.
  12. I have FTTF purchased for an upcoming cruise. I'm 99% sure my dad (who I room with) is going to turn platinum on the cruise. I was looking at our boarding documents and they have both the FTTF circle and a red box/triangle that says "priority". That's not part of the FTTF, right? I'd like to cancel the FTTF but want to make sure we'll have priority boarding. (He has 68 VIFP points and we're going on a 7 day cruise, so he *should* turn plat on last day.)
  13. Great review! Thank you! I’m on the Sunshine next year and you’ve convinced me to try JiJis Sent from my iPhone using Forums
  14. Is muster on the Dream inside or outside? Sent from my iPhone using Forums
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