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  1. I ordered a bottle for our room. More expensive than a regular bottle at home, but cheaper than having a night cap at the bar each night and we can enjoy it by ourselves instead of being with lots of other people. Going to the bar is fun...sometimes, but a private party is better other times. We board on Sunday...looking forward to relaxing and enjoying Bermuda. If you want to see what we're up to you can follow along on our blog. http://sscruisingadventure.blogspot.com/
  2. Just a normal size bottle and no charge to have it in our cabin. It has to be unopend and have the original seal.
  3. Thanks I found the gift section...just what I wanted. Thanks. https://www.celebritycruises.com/cruise-gifts/items-results?category=SPIRIT&collection=CHAMPAGNE
  4. Thanks! Maybe I'll delete it now.
  5. I know that Celebrity allows you to bring 2 bottles of wine onboard when you arrive. My question is...can you buy a bottle of liquor at the onboard liquor store to have in your cabin. I'm sure there would be a up charge of some kind, but is it allowed? We don't won't the drink package...we really don't drink that much and will pay as we go, but it might me nice to have a bottle in our room. Sorry if this question has been asked before, I seem to be having a problem doing any searching on this site.
  6. So it's ok to take a multi use plug...we have one with USB and regular plugs...so yes that would give just a little. Not that I care about having a light in the cabin, just something small in the bathroom. We are cruising on the Summit. I have a small rechargeable light I might bring.
  7. So dressy linen shorts and nice capris are allowed for women? These items are dressier than any pair of slacks I own.
  8. Is there anything with a small light on it in the bathroom? I've read there were no outlets in the bathrooms so a small night light wouldn't work. I love to sleep in complete darkness, but we need to be able to find our way to the bathroom without turning on the cabin light...what do you do about that?
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