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  1. That Ecstasy meeting is the same itinerary we will be sailing in a few weeks on the Sunshine. Bet it's the same. Thanks so much!
  2. Following this as well. We sail next month with my 84 year old grandparents who can walk, but not long distances. Hoping we can arrange to have them dropped at the terminal and the rest of us proceed through the normal check-in booths.
  3. Trying to figure out the best option for a party of 12 in Nassau. We have 6 kids (ages 5-14) and 6 adults. There will be 3 ships in port that day. We were looking at the Comfort suites deal to get to Atlantis, but seems like we will still be paying a lot when you factor in food and drinks. What's a great option for: 1) Food and drinks for adults 2) Nice beach with not a ton of vendors haggling you 3) Pool/activities for the kids We've never been to the Bahamas, so just trying to figure out what the best thing to do for our family would be! We have snorkeled, swam with the dolphins, sting ray encounter, etc in other ports.
  4. We are sailing out of Charleston for the first time next month. This is new territory for us as we usually just drive to Galveston or New Orleans, but we are trying some new ports this cruise. We will fly in the day before our cruise and are looking at one of the hotels downtown. Right now, we are considering Hampton Inn or Embassy Suites, both of which are on Meeting Street. Are these good options? We really just want to see a few of the sights downtown and have a nice seafood dinner to get us in the cruising spirit! Also, would we be able to just walk from the hotel to the terminal? According to Google Maps, these are about .5 miles from the cruise terminal. We have children, so ubering and taxis are difficult without bringing our own car seats. However, our kids just walked all over Disney World for 8 days, so I have no doubt that they would handle a 1/2 mile walk like a champ! Just wasn't sure if they actually allowed you to just walk up to the check-in building.
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