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sassyf

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About sassyf

  • Rank
    Cool Cruiser

About Me

  • Location
    nj
  • Interests
    cooking
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    carribbean
  1. I actually have cruised solo on Royal. I opted for late fixed dining at a table for 8 . Perhaps this was a coincidence, but 4 of the 8 at this table were solo travelers. I enjoyed this group and it turned out to be a very positive experience. That being said, is it possible to encounter a less than cordial person during a ship activity? Unfortunately, yes. However, don't let it ruin your experience. This is your vacation so make the most of it !
  2. Yes, it should be clear. #4039 was only partially obstructed,
  3. Actually, yes I would. 4039 was not a balcony cabin but it did have floor to ceiling windows from which I could still see the sea. This was a great location and the ship was magnificent. Enjoy!
  4. I just completed a NS cruise in 4039 and the window there was partially obstructed with lifeboat equipoment
  5. NelleS- I, too, am widowed for almost 3 years and I have cruised since my DH's passing, but always with a group or someone on board that I knew. Until yesterday, when I booked a cruise where I will be completely alone. Scary, yes! But I am determined to do this. Good luck to you in making this decision, It took me some time but I am looking forward to this independent journey. Gee, central Florida,,,,me too by way of NJ
  6. It is definitely narrow and in my opinion, should not be classified as a suite at all. The only benefit is the double cruise credits.
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