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About lady_cruiser

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About Me

  • Location
    Church Point AKA Cajun Country
  • Interests
    cruising, cooking, and reading.
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Royal Caribbean and Carnival
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Anywhere the seagull flies and the cruise ships sail
  1. It is a valid gift card. Depending on who you talk to in the Spa depends on what you can you it on. Twice I was able to use in on products. I love their Ginger and Lime Body Scrub. It costs $75 so with the gift card all I have to pay is $25.00. FYI - the scrub also sells for $75 on Amazon so anytime I can get it so $25 I won't hesitate. Another two times I was told that I can only use it on their services so since I am not a big fan of facials or massages I usually just bring the gift card home and show it to my non-cruising friends.
  2. Sweet justice is that if they did damage the doors that Carnival would not only ban them for life but send them a bill for the repairs.
  3. We pick mornings because it is nice to come back to a nice clean stateroom in the middle of the day. If we choose nightly service then it means that our cabin has messy beds and a dirty bathroom all day and the only time we get to enjoy a clean room would be only for a few hours at night before we turn in for the night. And while some people say they are never in their cabin during the day we can say that is totally untrue of us. We are always running back to our cabin to brush our teeth after lunch, change our clothes if we get too sweaty, retreat to our balcony if the pool area is too loud and crowded and yes, at our ages of 70 and 72, to take a nap.
  4. If we get off on a Saturday we need to be at the vet 's to pickup our fur baby before noon. If not we can't pick her up until Monday which adds two more days of boarding fees (Saturday and Sunday).
  5. A bottle of sparkling water with two champagne flutes and a box of chocolate truffles. ⚓🚢
  6. On the flip side think of how fast your little one will reach Diamond Level if they cruise once a year starting at the age of 16 months. ⚓
  7. We did a January 2018 cruise on the Triumph and there were plenty of desserts to choose from during their luncheon buffet.
  8. I can't imagine per person would work. Imagine having to pay for a two year old to take advantage of FTTF.
  9. My sister gets sick if she gets too much sun so we usually sit at one of the tables near Guy's Burgers.
  10. The last two cruises we took out of New Orleans the cruise line used our photos from our passports so our Sign and Sail cards already had them on it before we even received them.
  11. We had a center Aft on the Triumph several years ago. On Deck 7. We had no trouble with ash or soot but did find it was a little hotter than a regular side facing balcony. Even when we sat in the shady, covered part of the balcony.
  12. I grew up loving books especially since my mother was our town librarian way back in the 60s, early 70s. I remember her telling me that books are meant to be read and not to be gathering dust on a shelf.
  13. We didn't have them on the Triumph the week of January 15th of this year. It sounds like a great idea and hope it eventually goes fleet wide.
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