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  1. I have been to the steakhouse and can tell you the lobster and steaks are MUCH better than the ones offered in the main dining room. The main dining room food is very good though, and unless there really wasn't anything offered on a particular night that appealed to me, I most likely wouldn't pay the extra, but I like the option. Back to the original subject - I'm disappointing that they are removing the shrimp salad and chicken fajita wrap. Those were my two favorites. BUT, as long as I can order coffee, juice, and rolls for free so I can spend a relaxed morning on my balcony before getting out for a real breakfast, I'm OK. I do use RS for that every single day of a cruise. I would hate to have to venture to the lido deck to get coffee as soon as I wake up.
  2. Have been to those ports four times when the Conquest sailed from Galveston. Montego Bay is probably my least favorite of the three, but had a good time in all of them. Things we have done: Montego Bay - Sunset Beach all inclusive. We walked from the ship to the resort. Had a good time. Margaritaville, always fun. Rose Hall tour. Pretty cool. "Coral See" semi-submarine. Only time in my life I ever felt seasick. Water was not clear because there had been a lot of recent rains. Grand Caymen - Stingray City, snorkeling, and Rum Point Beach. All really fun. Cozumel - Tulum. Boat ride to the mainland and a long drive. Was really beautiful and interesting though. Paradise Beach and a snorkel tour. Great day! Glass bottom boat snorkel tour. Had my sister and Mom with us that time and they don't get in the water. LOL Chankanaab Park. Very nice. We took a taxi there and back.
  3. Saw them twice on the Conquest. Probably in 2006 and 2008. They really are the best!
  4. Look down the column on the left for the schedule. http://johnhealdsblog.com/
  5. There is cheap food to be found in Grand Cayman if you know where to look. The rum cake factory store has these little meat pies for about $1.50 - $2.00. We always grab a couple of those and a few bites of the sample cakes they have out. They have a couple of tables sitting on the front porch where you can sit to eat them.
  6. The doors are located on decks 6 and 7 and are on both the port and starboard sides.
  7. You quoted a 6 year old post. :eek: They did do away with the topless decks.
  8. A gotta say, I'm a little disappointed that the Magic's western itinerary is exactly the same as the Conquest's has been for the last 5 years. :(
  9. https://www.bookccl.com/irman/bookccl/sections/shipboard/DinnerDesserts_master.html
  10. For the last cruise I left my purse at home and just put everything I needed in my laptop backpack. I used a tote bag in ports or to carry my book and other stuff to sit up on deck. On my other cruises I took my purse, but left it in the storage space under the bedside table all week. It cracks me up to see ladies carrying a full size purse all over the ship. I saw a lot of that on the last cruise and I just don't get it.
  11. I can't answer the OPs specific question, but that statement isn't always true. I have been on cruises that changed the ship time back and forth to match the port time.
  12. I USUALLY like being on starboard while in Galveston and port while in Jamaica... but sometimes they park backwards anyway. It really doesn't matter!
  13. I was told the same thing as TigerLady. When I was planning my last cruise I was thinking about doing ES and booking an Oceanview. I asked my PVP if I would be able to upgrade to a balcony later by just paying the difference. She said no, with the ES rate there would be a charge for that.
  14. Chris Jefferson. You can find the schedule here: http://johnheald.files.wordpress.com/2010/04/2010-cd-schedule-may-december.pdf
  15. In four cruises we had Todd twice, Butch once, and Chris Jefferson once. By far my favorite was Todd. Chris and Butch were both OK. Malcolm was the assistant on one of the cruises with Todd and I liked him a lot too.
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