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BriSquared

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About BriSquared

  • Rank
    Cool Cruiser

About Me

  • Location
    Miami
  • Interests
    Vacation
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Celebrity, Princess, Silversea
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Antarctica, Galapagos, Asia, South Pacific

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  1. Was a blast with 10 and all the new friends we made on board. We did the Transatlantic because we wanted a lot of sea days to really experience the ship....though we were worried about 7 sea days in a row, we could not believe they went by so quickly! We were not ready to get off!
  2. I know this is an old thread...but the same way I just came across it, I wanted to provide an alternate perspective and different point of view. We loved Eden, from its carpet to its drinks, and meandering design with many places to engage with others or quiet time for yourself. We loved the magic carpet, for a drink, a relaxing place to sit, or for dinner when offered. Our friends stayed in an infinite veranda and loved it and want to book it again. I came across this thread and thought it would be helpful to note that, while not for everyone, some of us think the ideas deserve a promotion rather than firing. This is not a slide against prior posters, but a different point of view. Yes, with any new ship, there are improvements to be made and Celebrity, as with the Millennium and Solstice class ships, will make adjustment with each ship release. There were 10 of us in varied cabins and after 14 nights we all walked off loving it and looking forward to booking again in the future. Personally, I look forward to trying the Apex and future cruises on other older and newer Celebrity ships.
  3. WOW! Thanks for the post. Very excited we booked this room....the front window is better than we even through it would be.
  4. We actually had the M level mini suite similar to the L with the big balcony but the window suite opened and looks like it could be a great room even with no balcony. There are some posts that the front facing mini suites may have limited access during sailing due to wind ...so it may be worth trading the outdoor space for indoors if the layout works...The bathroom should hopefully be similar to the other suites which would also be a bonus.
  5. Looking forward to some postings this month as the Sky Princess sets sail. We are booked later next year in a Window Suite and they look very promising!
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