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lexisnana

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About lexisnana

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    Cool Cruiser

About Me

  • Location
    Montville, Ohio
  • Interests
    Reading, Dancing,
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Royal Caribbean
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Bahamas
  1. We just got our third price drop today $50 pp. We have an inside on deck 6. The first drop was about a month ago and it was $50 pp. The second drop was $45 pp. So for the both of us we've saved $290 dollars and our cost for this cabin is $298 for both of us (or $139 pp). It's a 4-day cruise to the Bahamas. So, definitely, keep checking those prices. It only takes a phone call to update your account. We usually call C & A instead of RCL customer service. They handle everything very smoothly, and we've never had a problem with the fuel surcharge getting boosted up to the next level with each change like I've read some people have. Cindy (Lexi's Nana) ;)
  2. Leeaan: I didn't mean for my post to be take seriously at all. I threw out my disclaimers (you did notice the disclaimers, didn't you), which I thought would pretty much make light of any so-called "facts" that might have been in my "story". I never try to take myself too seriously, life is way to short for that. But, Leeann, if that's your thing, more power to you. Cindy (Lexi's Nana) BTW--check out this site for more info on poor George Smith. This should make even Leeann happy. Here they are treating this incident as a crime in which the crime scene might not have been protected early enough. I'm still not getting why the fact that George was on prescription drugs has much to do with how his night ended, and whether or not RCI was liable or not. http://thehoneymooncruisemystery.blogspot.com/
  3. Can you please let me know what really happened. My posting was full of many disclaimers as to my memories because my husband was in surgery, and my mind was clearly on that. But I do remember the honeymoon money being flashed around the casino, and the group of people latching on to the new husband. Maybe you can fill in the missing details for me.:rolleyes: I hoped that whoever read my post would read my disclaimers and take them at face value :confused: and give me the information I was lacking (and maybe not take me to task for posting something I had little information on--I knew I had little information--I wanted more :rolleyes:). I hope you can see that now, and will maybe be a little bit more forthcoming? Please? :o Cindy (Lexi's Nana)
  4. Okay. Great research on the drugs by the way. But how does this change in any way what happened to this guy? From what I remember of the story (and my memory may be a little shaky because I saw this story while my husband was having surgery, so my mind was somewhat elsewhere), but the story was he and his newlywed wife were flashing all kinds of newlywed money around the casino and bars, and they were latched onto by this group of guys who kept them drinking. The wife and husband may or may not have had a fight. But anyway, she left him to continue to party with his new friends while she passed out in some unknown corner of the ship. His new friends took him somewhere (it might have been back to his stateroom, it might have been to a different stateroom), and now the details get sketchy. But the police theory was, they beat him up, stole his money, and dumped him overboard, leaving trace evidence around the cabin and blood evidence on the balconies outside which RCI failed to collect. And this is what RCI is being held accountable for. The fact that such a flawed investigation was conducted. Whether it was caused by drunkeness, drugs, foul play, whatever. We're never going to know. Because no investigation was conducted. And when something like this happens people need to know what happened. Cindy (Lexi's Nana)
  5. Does anyone know what the effects Zoloft and Clonazepam combined with alcohol are? I mean would this make him more likely to pass out and fall on the floor or more likely to think he could fly and jump off the balcony? Because, bottom line, we still don't know what happened to the guy, right? His wife, who was just drinking, drank so much she passed out somewhere. He was drinking, combined with taking his prescribed dosage of medicine (which he had probably taken the night before at bedtime because these drugs work best when they have built up to a certain level in your blood), so what happened? Does anyone know? :confused: Cindy (Lexi's Nana)
  6. Jen: My husband and I are celebrating our 30th anniversary by taking our kids and grandkids on a cruise next April. Can you let me know what you do weekly, monthly, etc. to get everyone jazzed up for it? It's obvious to me that I don't have your imagination, so any suggestions will be much appreciated. Thanks so much. :D Cindy
  7. When we went we got there around 11:30. I don't know if you can get in any earlier than that. Sorry I wasn't much help. Cindy and Bruce
  8. "Don't Get Your Panties In A Bunch-What does DGYPIAB mean?" Definition of Don't Get Your Panties In A Bunch in the list of acronyms and abbreviations provided by the Free Online Dictionary and Thesaurus. acronyms.thefreedictionary.com/Don't+Get+Your+Panties+In+A+Bunch - 25k - Cindy
  9. My husband and I did the America's Cup race in Nassau about a year ago, and we just loved it. I was more or less along for the ride, but my husband has been sailing his whole life. He was so excited to actually be sailing on one of those special boats. It turned out to be a lot of fun for both of us.
  10. My Nana was from London, and when I was little I used to love going to her house and eating tongue sandwiches...until I found out that it was really a tongue. Ugh!!! Lexi's Nana (Now I'm Sienna's Nana, too)
  11. Merion Mom: In your first diagram you don't show 8020/8520 as one of the less obstructed cabins, but in your second diagram you do. Can you tell me which is correct? Thanks so much for your help.
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