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  1. Can someone tell me the current early and late dining times for traditional dining on the 12 night An them cruises? Thank you.
  2. Just back from our cruise. Been to St Thomas and Magens Bay many times so this trip we decided to try Emerald Beach on Lindfbergh Bay. Spent some time talking to a local there who runs a Jet Ski rental place. He told us that a few young guys are working hard to get a business going at the far end of the beach renting chairs and umbrellas. He said they are very hard working and enterprising young men and realize that their key to income is through the tourist trade and he hopes tourists will seek them out. Unfortunately, he told us this after we had already rented chairs from the first vendor we found. The taxis drop you off right at the Emerald Resort so most people don't bother to venture further. If interested, ask the taxi to drop you off further down the beach as these guys are at the far end to the right if facing the water. Either way, it's a beautiful beach.
  3. Can anyone tell me how many formal nights there are on the 12 night Anthem cruise out of Cape Liberty? Thanks.
  4. Thought I'd add my two cents as I was on the same cruise. Food reviews are always so subjective based on personal preferences. I am probably the world's pickiest eater and so I never judge the cruise food by myself because frankly, I don't like anything. That being said, I certainly didn't starve on this cruise. My husband who is not picky at all said the food was fine. I did want to comment on the buffet though. It was probably the worst set up buffet of all the cruises I have been on and that surprised me as I had read the Reflection buffet was one of the best. I found there was no particular order to things with bagels being on one counter but the cream cheese on another at breakfast so there were two lines and by the time I'd get to the cream cheese, the bagel was cold. I always had to get in line at 4 different counters at lunch for my salad. Romaine was by the Ceasar salads, tomatoes, cukes, and a few other items in a salad bar area, and then green pepper slices by the stir fry station.
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