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Laurie12820

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    Dartmouth, MA
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    RCCL
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    Caribbean

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  1. We were in 1864 about a year and a half ago. It's a larger version of that room and I loved it. It was my favorite room to date (yes, we've had a balcony before). I'll link my blog post with pics of our room: https://hellosommer.wordpress.com/2018/08/18/sommer-family-adventure/. If you have any specific questions, feel free to message me!
  2. We definitely felt some motion being so far up and far forward but never to the point that any of us felt ill.
  3. We were in 1864: https://boards.cruisecritic.com/showpost.php?p=56468262&postcount=38
  4. We cruised Adventure this past July with our two daughter (8 and 3). Our 8 year old loved the water slides, mini golf, Johnny Rockets, pool, arcade, ice skating rink and adventure ocean. She and I also did the origami class together as well and she enjoyed that too.
  5. Have never sailed Carnival but I just sailed on Adventure this past July and loved it! I think you will love her too!
  6. There is a tram that will take you from one end to the other so that you are not trekking across the island to get to the spot you’d like to settle in.
  7. We bought a lanyard for my 8 year old on the Adventure last month. We kept it in the sleeve to disembark/embark the ship in port as it could be read through the sleeve. She was also able to unlock the cabin with it still in the sleeve as well. I guess it all depends which ship and what technology they have.
  8. We were in 1864 (pie shaped) and we had one chair by the window:
  9. When on Adventure my youngest had turned three the day before the cruise. They must have printed the AO list a day or two before and she was showing as being under three. It is marked some how on their list. They had to double check her birthdate in order to be sure she was indeed three. Unfortunately, I don’t think your little one will be allowed in AO. With that said, we cruise Disney years ago when my oldest was a fe weeks shy of three and she went to their nursery. They had a range of toys and activities because they know they will be hosting a wide variety of ages in the nursery. I would think that to be true on Royal ships as well.
  10. Adventure has kiosks. No more endless walls of photos!
  11. I’d definitely recommend an Uber or Lyft to get to Fenway and back. This season is looking pretty good so chances are there will be post-season games happening. [emoji6] Fenway is definitely a site to see, I totally recommend it!
  12. I definitely think there is something to be said for the smaller ships. My first cruise was on one of Royals smallest ships and there was definitely a different experience on a smaller ship.
  13. Never said it couldn't, just thought the OP was exaggerating a bit about the movie selection by the pool. Maybe they're actually on a Disney cruise instead. :')
  14. Interesting, you must be cruising through the twilight zone. Was on Adventure a few weeks ago and Mary Poppins most certainly wasn't on repeat by the pool. Never saw it on once by the pool! :confused:
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