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hkr1216

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    Scottsdale, AZ
  • Interests
    reading, traveling, World War II history buff
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Azamara
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Australia, Normandy, Italy, Norway
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    www.journeysofaboomer.com

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  1. I’m on this cruise too. Hope to meet you. I think you’ll love Azamara!
  2. I just stayed in one on the 16 day transatlantic Journey crossing just a few weeks ago. Lack of storage in the bathroom was really the only downside. The desk was lower than normal as well, but I rarely sat at it. I think I remember checking the dimensions, and the accessible suites were actually larger than the regular ones. We had no issues.
  3. The reserved seats were for the High Seas Choir made up of guests, who were the opening act for the show. Some of them may have left after they finished singing for other seating, but the seats were utilized and occupied prior to their performance. Anyone there early enough would have been free to move into any abandoned seat.
  4. My observation is that the new guests are perhaps not the best fit for Azamara. If they left the show, it was their loss; I have never heard Eric sing better or with more passion, many of the song choices were updated and all were very well received, and the Grandpa jokes were just fine.
  5. Suitcases came out today! Ann I love your lemonade reference. This has indeed been a bumpy road, but anytime I am on the Journey is a positive as far as I am concerned. Looking forward to seeing you and Charles soon. Holly
  6. I got the same response as Ann when I clicked on the link.
  7. I’m also on the 12/14 sailing and wondering the same thing. Reservations was not able to give me an answer.
  8. Thanks Ann. Enjoyed following along with you on your cruises. Do you know if Danny is still onboard for the crossing? Looking forward to seeing you and Charles again soon. Holly
  9. I have a Celebrity Visa card and I use the points every time I sail on Azamara for onboard credit. It works across all three brands.
  10. Odd, you had my favorite waiter in Aqualina, Virgilio! He never stops smiling.
  11. Spent most of the afternoon trying to figure this out. I am booked solo on the 10/10 Journey b2b with the 10/3. Have a friend who wants to join me, but when I tried to add her in, saw the itinerary had changed. Worse, it is different in two different places on the Azamara website. Worse still, I have Le Club Voyage benefits of free nights applied to this cruise, which I will probably lose if I cancel. And I really loved the Greece itinerary. What a mess.
  12. I was locked out after the third question, I believe, the one about occupation. I am a travel advisor, but I am also Discoverer Plus, and have always paid full fare on every cruise. Guess I should have chosen a different category of employment, like business owner or entrepreneur. Apparently, my opinion as a very loyal customer does not count because of my profession. Annoying.
  13. Welcome to the Azamara family Lois! I am also sailing on the NY-Bermuda-Charleston cruise. I am single, but traveling with another single friend. We’ll look forward to meeting you! Holly
  14. I am currently on the Journey’s transatlantic cruise. Just wanted to let everyone know that we are going to try to go live on Facebook with the show on Monday, November 5 at 9:45 pm Eastern time. The show is called Showstoppers and stars cruise director Eric De Gray and the cast. To view, go to Eric’s Facebook page: EDG Productions. Hope you can join the fun.
  15. On my last cruise to Southeast Asia in March, White Night was scheduled for an overnight in Vietnam. (We were notified on checkin at the pier). It was a rainy night, and the HD and CD elected to call it at the last minute, even after the tables and buffet had already been set up. Instead, it was held 2 nights later in Bangkok, on what was a lovely evening. I believe that was preferred by most to moving it indoors. So, to answer your question, there is most likely a tentative date set, based on overnights or late departures, but can be changed at a moment’s notice. I understand your concern, however. A few years back, we missed the White Night in Amsterdam because we had made other plans before knowing White Night was scheduled. I was bummed. And yes, it is a wonderful evening.
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