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  1. Maybe RCCL doesn't enforce the suggestions, but you still need to be careful. Not just on formal nights, either...
  2. Traditional or MTD, the waiter will get his tips whether we show up every night or not, so I don't see anything unfair about it.
  3. When we used to sit at a shared table, yes I would try to do that. Now we always have a 2-top, so no...I don't worry too much about it. I was referring more to the switcharoo that the OP would like to make. I get your point though. Even with NO notice I don't see any issue.
  4. I agree that you should give the waiters a 24-hour advance warning of your plans. I also don't see why the waitstaff would have any problem at all with a one night change like this.
  5. As long as we can use the phone app to check our account, the TV never comes on once. Besides, I already know the episodes of "House", dubbed into Portuguese, by heart.
  6. I just had a flashback to some photos of a woman wearing a homemade chainmail dress to formal night. The pics were posted on CC many years ago. 😱
  7. Not to speak for the OP, but I think he might be satisfied if the seaweed was moved (at night, of course) to NCL's island next door.
  8. To each his own....I'm really not trying to be critical of anybody's preferences. We all know how subjective food is. As I said...just curious about the question.
  9. I've used it and found the taste no different from "regular" salt. Any salt is about 98% sodium chloride, leaving +/-2% for trace elements such as iron. Really not a significant amount. But I guess if you like it and don't mind carrying a salt grinder around the ship, then more power to you. Never mind the fact that the food will already have been prepared with non-pink salt...how much more do you really add at the table? 😁
  10. Pretty much sums up Cruise Critic these days!
  11. No doubt that RCI's legal department is thankful for your fair warning.
  12. Luxury Island? LOL, surely you meant to say "amusement park." Sorry, I don't mean to be insensitive to your aversion to seaweed. Perhaps instead of cruising the Caribbean, you could give Las Vegas a try for your next vacation. Guaranteed to be almost 100% seaweed free! 👍
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