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Mona-Lisa

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About Mona-Lisa

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  • Location
    Budapest, Hungary
  • Interests
    travel, scubadive, hiking
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Carnival, Celebrity
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Caribbean

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  1. We have a booking for next year Jan in cabin inside 7046. This room comes with a convertible sofa for the 3rd guest. All the inside cabin photos shows the bed in the inside cabins being positioned parallel to the side walls and between the room and bath there is the sofa and the dressing table. This would mean if we open the sofa bed, that is fully blocking the space in the middle so those sleeping in the normal beds (twin setting) can not exit to the bathroom in the night. I m searching for photos with open sofa bed but could not find any. Would it be possible that for rooms with convertible sofa has different layout? E.g. like the balcony rooms, the bed perpendicular to the side walls, and the dressing table and sofa not by the bathroom, but by the rear wall. Also can any of you tell me if the room steward is closing/opening the sofa bed every morning/evening? Thanks a lot.
  2. Thanks very helpful. I was thinking that the dry sauna is also inside the PG, so comes with a fee, but good to hear that it is accessible from the changing and its free.
  3. Hi, I have a question not about the same cabin nrs but another inside 7046. This room comes with a convertible sofa for the 3rd guest. All the inside cabin photos shows the bed in the inside cabins being positioned parallel to the side walls and between the room and bath there is the sofa and the dressing table. This would mean if we open the sofa bed, that is fully blocking the space in the middle so those sleeping in the normal beds (twin setting) can not exit to the bathroom in the night. I m desperately searching for photos with open sofa bed but could not find any. Would it be possible that for rooms with convertible sofa has different layout? E.g. like the balcony rooms, the bed perpendicular to the side walls, and the dressing table and sofa not by the bathroom, but by the rear wall of the room. Thanks
  4. I m a new user and non of my posts are visible since days due to pending for moderator approval. How long does it take normally? Also the roll call I m interested looks empty. Am I doing something wrong it is normal for new users?. BTW this wont be a visible post neither I guess :) Thanks
  5. Same with me. You love it or hate it, but most probably you will love it and after you are back home, you will find yourself searching for the next one immediately. I was also very nerovus, but planning and reading helped a lot. One of my unanswered questions, with the answer I already know after cruise. Might help you: How the on/off the ship works when you arrive at a port? There is lot of embarkation and disembarkation info tips but I could not find much on the ports. When you book a cruise you can see if the port is docking or tender. Docking is easy, cruise director is announcing when you can get off and you just simply walk off from the ship. Listen to the announcements. Tender ports are more tricky. On Carnival they distribute small stickers in the morning in a designated area (bar). You need to go there, queue and pick up these stickers. Cruise director will announce the nr of the sticker and also where to go to get in the small boats. For us the first occasion was a nightmare. (Gran Cayman)There was a massive line and ppl looked at you like sh** (I was wondering around trying to find our what is going on here) and aggressively notifying you to go to the end of the line. We also lost each other with my friends... We got nr 11, but that was still the first tender boat. (We thought we will have to wait a lot) Overall the tender get off, was fast. But the process really bad. So I would suggest that if you dont want all of you to stand in line for long time, agree to meet in your room or maybe at a table in the Lido, and send one person to the bar very early to pick up stickers. My personal opinion is that: I would not choose any cruise where there is more than 1 tender port in the itinerary, but preferably 0. Maybe other cruise lines work with different system but this was really bad and I could not find any review about this process prior to our cruise.
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