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  1. Thanks for the quick replies. Guess we have to start watching the exchange rates (we are Canadian) and buy U.S. money again. 🙂
  2. Sorry if this has already been asked and answered, I could not find it on these boards. We have booked a 10 day Canada/New England/Newfoundland cruise for 2021 on the Rotterdam. It begins in Boston and ends in Montreal. All of the ports are Canadian except one. Will on board purchases be in Canadian or U.S. currency? When we give extra cash to stateroom attendant, waiter, etc , which currency would they rather receive? Thank you.
  3. So sorry if this has already been asked and answered. We have been unable to find anything on the boards. Is there a plant-based milk substitute available on the ships (oat, cashew, almond, soy)? We would bring our own, but I don't think our room has a fridge. Thank you in advance for any information.
  4. Thank you for posting. We will be in #3437 on lower promenade aft in February. So excited.
  5. We have 'done' Alaska twice. Great tour with Dave & the railroad on our first trip which included Skagway. Second time the ship docked in Haines and we got married at the totem pole. Haines is one of our favorite ports. Skagway is much more touristy, Haines is more real Alaska.
  6. We are starting to research ports for our February 2020 Panama Canal transit. Any one have experience with Puntarenas Costa Rica. I can use crutches for short distances and stairs, but being a one-leg amputee a manual wheelchair is used for distances. (Other ports of concern are Corinto Nicaragua and Puerto Quetzel Guatemala.) Thanks for any input/suggestions.
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