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  1. Try the Park Cafe (breakfast and lunch items) - although not child free, they are minimal and the setting is peaceful. Chefs Table - don't wast your $$ Go to your on line Cruise Planner and you'll see Specialty Dining packages, consider that as an option. Well worth the $$ as the meals are outstanding. Promenade - You will spend much time walking this but be aware, many kids and some parents will be clueless when their little one is running....
  2. Thanks for the reply and it's exactly as I expected, so my $200 + per week calculation is about right.
  3. Hello, Just back from an Allure cruise with Boardwalk Balcony - Yes from what I saw across the way (other balconies) people were walking back and forth from one cabin to another. If you are near the back, you're in for a treat as you can see everything in the Aqua Theater from your balcony.
  4. Someone help me understand how the crew receive tips. I'm not new to cruising having cruised 12-13 times. Let's discuss Royal Caribbean Oasis ships: I'll use round numbers and minimum amounts 5000 passengers and 2100 Crew 7 day cruise at $100 per passenger = $500,000 = $200 + per Crew although doubtful Officers... receive them Then let's add the mandatory tip attached to every drink and spa service - who receives those dollars? I'm all for rewarding service however want to know if my assumptions are correct Anyone??
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