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  1. Rather an odd response..' using Port days as a crutch to NOT drink the maximum you can ' Tbh I am amazed at how the moderate drinkers on here are attacked because they choose not to take advantage of the cheers package We have been on a couple of Marella cruises , these cruises are all inclusive and surprisingly to me I found we didn't drink much at all
  2. Your calculations are based on menu prices of the drinks, these prices are hugely inflated in the first place
  3. I was only going on what I had read from other posters , We don't think its worth it for us , as we may have the odd day of having a few drinks , I doubt it will average out to many a day , I don't drink sodas or the coffees although the other half does . I may have a drink in the day , but 4 out of 7 days are port days . I am just aiming to hope I dont exceed what I would have paid if I had bought the package .....I will however cry everytime I have to pay over $12 for a drink though !
  4. I found the dream was fine inside , she just looks a bit worse for wear on the outside lol ....however she looks a lot better than the huge block of flat style cruise ships . We were moored up next to PO's Oriana in January , I think she may be older but she sparkled I cant remember the lifts being much of an issue , except when coming back on board
  5. Although we really enjoyed the dream last New Year , we found the music acts around the ship not very good tbh although the Broadway show team were amazing , there is limited seating as well which was a bit of a pain . I think they may be a bot bored
  6. I am sure break even is much higher then 4 drinks
  7. Cant help thinking the cruise would be better if not sharing a room with MIL!
  8. Im on it too there will be 2 couples first time carnival cruise
  9. Some years ago there was a report in the news of someone commiting suicide by setting them selves of fire , it seemed that for a period of time afterwards that there was a few suicides by the same method .Now we are seeing reports about people jumping overboard, it may be people who are suicidal are influenced , for want of a better word , to choose a method that has been brought to their attention Very sad , you have to be in a very very place to do this
  10. There is nothing worse than hanging around until your cabin is ready, I much prefer to be able to dump my stuff off in the cabin and then go exploring. We have picked the latest time we could to be honest we would have preferred it to be later to make our drive down more relaxed If you book onto hotels you can rarely check in before 3pm
  11. Why should we be restricted as to where we can eat ? All the eating areas should cater for vegetarians , and provide as many choices .I have looked at the menu examples for mdr and there doesn't seem to be a lot of vegetarian choice , and it's all very well saying eat at the buffet but would prefer to eat with the rest of my party !
  12. Thank you Our first cruise was on RCI mariner of the seas and we hated it ......we dont know why , maybe it was too big ? All our subsequent cruises have been on smaller old and according to some reviews about to to sink under all the rust and we have loved them Celebrity Millenium, P&O Oceania , Ventura , Acardia ( didn't like) And Marella / Tui discovery and dream So we are far from fussy lol
  13. We will be going on our first Carnival cruise in January , on the Legend and I am curious why this ship is rarely mentioned on here
  14. We have got the latest check in time possible, we will be driving from St Augustine so we will set out a bit earlier
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