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  1. Not a chair hog. You are with the chairs. Not a problem to me. People who have a problem with it probably roll out at 9am on a sea day and wonder...."Why are there no chairs?"
  2. I'd disagree, the poster made the comment before the OP posted about her condition. After reading her first post, the OP could easily come across as being an unfriendly, not outgoing, pain in the butt. etc etc. Quite frankly, after her first post, I was thinking this person was a real peach and glad I am not on her boat. BUT, now I get it. Her concern is genuine and I am sure it affects her daily. Again...BUT... The whole issue would be moot if the OP had indicated the causation of her request....Instead of saying..."I don't like strangers and they don't like me".
  3. I have never seen anything like what you've listed on any cruise
  4. Chill out there tough guy. I am thankful this post was created because while I was aware of the trial run, I had not heard if it was completed or still imposed.
  5. Wow, that's a sad story for sure. Not a doctor but I did stay at a Holiday Inn last night so I think she should have been airlifted.
  6. Anyone read about this yet? I searched and did not find any other posts. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6891277/Passengers-got-stuck-Carnival-Cruise-ship-elevator-hour-banned-future-travel.html If I could surmise what happened, the six guys tried to pry open the doors. Not sure why the staff did not tell them to stand back and NOT touch the doors. Being banned seemed kinda heavy handed. I never been stuck in an elevator so I cannot imagine what that would be like. We take the Inspiration about three times a year and never have had any issues. We're on her in June and taking some first time cruisers. Any first hand accounts, rumor mill stuff etc etc?
  7. Instead of throwing out old used up workout clothes (even old tennis shoes), the wife and I save them and then take those on our cruises for when we want to workout. Then we just place them in a bag and put them in the nearest garbage after wearing them. Saves space for the return trip and makes room for any items purchased. *Don't worry, these are workout clothes that I would not even donate to GoodWill, Amvets etc.
  8. We've been buying Cheers and other lines drink package since they were all in trial\testing. We enjoy it, the freedom and the knowledge that I can have any drink I want and not have to worry.
  9. Could have purchased this... https://brazynlife.com/collections/frontpage/products/the-morph-collapsible-foam-roller
  10. I've never had a problem eating healthy on any cruise I've ever taken.
  11. No problem. Happy to help. Did you know there is a crossfit cruise?....https://wodonthewaves.com/
  12. I posted this link and some other info in your other thread. Hope this helps! https://www.cruisecritic.com/photos/ships/serenade-of-the-seas-282/vitality-fitness-center-214436/vitality-fitness-center--v10797296/
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