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onebzemom

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    Portland, Oregon area
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    Sewing, baking, cooking, camping, traveling and grandkids.

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  1. So sorry. I thought I had listed everything to help with my question. (dummy Me!) We are going on Symphony or Harmony of the Seas. August 22/23, 2020. Rooms are limited now. We usually book a year in advance. This was just a last minute added to our DisneyWorld Trip. We try to get mid ship to cut down on so much walking, especially for my parents. Also, finding a focal point helps my Mom to get orientated. (Like the glass elevators on Carnival)
  2. Hello, I am booking our first cruise tomorrow on RC and I'm a bit nervous! We've cruise on Holland, Princess, NCL and now Platinum on Carnival. So cruising is not new to us. But I cannot figure out where would be a good location for our cabin. We normally like mid ship on the lowest deck, usually ocean view. I have been doing so much reading about the noise facing the 'Villages'. Right now, I think picking our rooms might be the better way to go with so many options. There are so many categories to pick from. Virtual views? OMG! We would be willing to do an inside cabin, if the locat
  3. I just booked a cruise today for the Panorama March 2022! And I spent days researching the rooms that would work for our two kids and their small families. Couldn’t get any adjoining rooms or three together because we needed rooms for. 2,3 and 4 people. My husband thought I was crazy for booking so early. With the Family Harbor and Havana cabins, it really lowers the options. I worked directly with Carnival and Alex was very helpful and understanding.
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