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  1. Being the paranoid individual that I am, I don't put out any sign that let's people know i am not there. Having a trashcan out for several days is a sure sign nobody is home. That said, if you have a neighbor to put them out/away for you, all good. If your roll up garage door has a bolt on it, I would bolt that. One of the easiest methods to enter a house. Put water in the pool if you own one. Don't want to lose the pump due to running dry.
  2. we are looking a cruise where the only rooms available in the class we want (sky suite) are accessible. I understand that we may get bumped if someone who needs the accessible room books a cruise - from the Celebrity website: "If a guest is booked in an accessible stateroom and they do not have a mobility disability or other disability that requires the use of the features that are provided in the accessible stateroom, they may be moved any time to a non-accessible stateroom in order to accommodate a guest with a disability." My real question is, if we get bumped to a lowe
  3. Recently returned from a cruise leaving 1/25 on the Equinox stopping at Key West, Costa Maya, Cozumel, and Grand Cayman. Booked a Concierge class stateroom during the veteran’s day sale due to the great deal, including all 4 perks, for essentially the same price as a verandah. This was our 6th cruise, 3rd on Celebrity, the previous two being on Solstice in Alaska. We are in our mid 40s and normally sail in verandah cabins. Embarkation: with the new facial recognition, it went smooth. Extra signage in the terminal caused some confusion - there were multiple concierge class si
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