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  1. I put $20 cash in to start. Machines will take cash. If you win, and I won enough the first night to play the rest of our seven day cruise, you can put the money on your card and then access from your card later.
  2. Thank you all so much! That is exactly what I wanted to know. Cannot wait to do this cruise!
  3. We are looking at doing one of the 20 or 22 day cruises that go to Antarctica, probably in 2021. The itinerary shows 4 days called Antarctic Experience. Can anyone tell me what happens on those four days? We definitely can’t afford to add the $3499 excursion I saw that actually puts you on the continent. Just wondering how close you get and what goes on during those four days.
  4. We’ve always gotten our cabin assignment about 7-14 days before the cruise. So it will be awhile before you get yours. You will get several upgrade offers between now and then.
  5. It’s an adventure at my house. Seven day cruise - no, honey, you don’t need seven pair of pants, seven pair of shorts, seven pair of sweatpants, and 21 various shirts for a seven day cruise. I’m packed in about three hours. Takes two days to pare his down so it fits in the suitcase. Every time!
  6. I wish we could! But when you live in Oklahoma and like to cruise, you pretty much have to fly.
  7. We had three suitcases on our Hawaii cruise on the Eurodam. We put all of them under the bed without a problem.
  8. There was a quilting group on our cruise to Hawaii last November on the Eurodam. They were set up in two-three rooms on the same deck as the shops. If I hadn’t been walking by I would never have known they were on the ship.
  9. Oosterdam - July 28 - 7 day Alaska - cruising with my husband, my 88-year-old dad (who will celebrate 89 on board), and my aunt.
  10. We always went to happy hour in the Billboard Bar at 4:00 during our cruise in November on the Eurodam. I know they were held other places, also.
  11. We booked all of our excursions through HAL, just because we had never been there before and didn’t really have any idea what else to do. We did the island circle on Oahu, which was fine, but was on one of the large tour buses, which I don’t care for. All other tours were small groups, no more than 14 per van. They were much better! We enjoyed all of the tours, but some more than others, due to the tour guide. That really makes a difference!
  12. They performed 2-3 times per day, with every third or fourth day off during our 18 day cruise on the Eurodam in November. Usually shows were at 2, 6, and 8 (if I’m remembering correctly). They repeated shows during the cruise, so if I missed one the first time I was able to catch it the third time. I enjoyed the performances very much!
  13. We only called in a reservation on Gala nights if we wanted a table for two. Otherwise we just showed up when we were ready to eat. Occasionally we had to wait 5-10 minutes, but usually we only waited as long as it took for them to get someone to take us to our table.
  14. We were on the Eurodam last month and really liked Veranda cabin 4141. Right behind the aft elevators, but hardly ever heard any noise.
  15. We were on the Eurodam in November and I enjoyed the shops. There were quite a few ship specific items and a couple of decent sales. I don’t but the expensive jewelry (although it was fun browsing), but there was a nice selection of costume jewelry and some decent clothing selections. Certainly better than what I remember on the Maasdam in May of 2017.
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