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  1. Did not do either. Walked up two decks to the buffet. 😞
  2. Got off the Dream on the 5/29/2022. No party.
  3. Got off the Dream last Monday. The "door hanger" is no longer an option.
  4. Buffettfan225, We, too, are "Parrotheads". We have been able to attend a number of concerts, the majority of which have been in Frisco, TX. My Bride had scored some GREAT tickets for his performance here in OKC but it was cancelled for Covid. 😞 This year we are coming in you direction to see him in LV in October. Fins Up!!
  5. We have used both and, by a large margin, suggest Hobby.
  6. We have done that at the Hilton and I believe San Luis Resort.
  7. We absolutely agree. Examples of our absolute favorites would be a cat 7 on the Celebrity Equinox on deck 3 mid ship or a cat 6B on Carnival Vista, also mid ship on deck 3. As a matter of fact, we had planned a B2B on the Equinox for 21 days last month. We had carefully chosen our cabin many months in advance making sure we had the same cabin for both cruises. It was a cat 7 just aft of Guest Services. Perfect (for us) cabin. We had done a B2B about 2 years before on the Equinox and our cabin was one door down so we knew what we wanted. We discovered 4 days prior to sailing that Celebrity had changed our cabin to one on deck 7 all the way aft. We would not have accepted that cabin for 1 week so we darned sure weren't going to spend 3 weeks in it. They would not consider any compromise so we cancelled both cruises. Our next 3 cruises are balconies but only because we could not find an OV we liked.
  8. Crazy4themouse~~~~ I wonder if it will resemble cabin 6229? On the "Ship" page, go all the way down and look at the right hand corner. Click on "Cabin Check Tool" and follow instructions from there. Immediately tells you what is above and below the cabin you chose. During our one experience in an interior room, on a Carnival ship but we can't remember which one, the only real issue we had other than it is small, was there really wasn't anywhere to sit. But, we never slept as well and we had a great cruise. It is all what you make it, as you well know. After 32 cruises we can still say that the worst cruise we have ever had was "Wonderful". Keith & Sharon
  9. In researching cabins I have found valuable info and photos on: https://www.cruisedeckplans.com/DP/deckplans/ I subscribed for the expanded capabilities and have never regretted it.
  10. Just as a point of clarification. These health assessments are not necessarily Covid related. We have been filling them out ever since our first cruise in 2007. Hope you are able to board without incident.
  11. We regularly book a regular balcony but have also booked suites ( not often 🙂 ), OV ( which on some ships we absolutely prefer ), and on one Carnival cruise we did an interior cabin simply because we had never done it before. On RCCL and Celebrity we prefer specific OV staterooms and should they not be available, we choose a different cruise. We find cove balconies a matter of personal preference and my Bride chooses not to. Other than that, if properly chosen, we find one balcony much like any other. The interior stateroom as great if you are a late sleeper or if you truly spend little to no time in the cabin. Personally, we found it too small and truly missed not having a sofa or love seat. If you do your due diligence on picking a specific cabin, how can you go wrong - it's a cruise. The worst cruise we have ever had was wonderful.
  12. We have not sailed on Carnival since Nov 2019. I do remember we were asked about morning or evening service. We responded "both" and that did not seem to be an issue. Hopefully the additional gratuity made up for the extra effort. The same situation presented itself on RCCL and Celebrity and our response was the same. All without issue.
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