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  1. I'm slowly I'm slowly getting caught up after Cruise Critic was offline for a while. Thank you again so much for posting your cruise it's been very interesting and fun seeing "my ship" from July in a new part of the world! Sue www.suebees.wordpress.com
  2. I always enjoy your posts and pictures thank you for doing this on your trips. Does Eurodam offer the daily activities on the phone app? We had that on Zaandam last July, in Alaska and it came in handy once I started remembering to check it out, haha. I usually put my cell phone in the safe for the majority of the cruise so I had to remember to keep it out with me more often.... which came in handy for snapping some quick pictures I could post easily [emoji846] Sue http://www.suebees.wordpress.com Sent from my SM-G930VL using Tapatalk
  3. I'm really enjoying reading your posts and following along with your cruise. Thank you for taking the time and the money to do it! I did that on my past Cruise in July on Zaandam, so I know what you mean by you're using your spare time (and $) to get it done. I appreciate it, thank you! Sue http://www.suebees.wordpress.com Sent from my SM-G930VL using Tapatalk
  4. KK, thanks for posting the link. Enjoying the pictures. Love AK! Sue http://www.suebees.wordpress.com Sent from my SM-G930VL using Tapatalk
  5. Yes, I found the same place by the desk there that worked great! Although I had good connection in our cabin, I had tried that area during the first couple days out and the last couple days (when the connection was bad) it seemed to be better by the atrium then. [emoji846] I'm really enjoying your posts! Sue http://www.suebees.wordpress.com Sent from my SM-G930VL using Tapatalk
  6. You'll be just fine! It's a great way to have your own little diary.of your trip because I've noticed, that once I get back home other things take priority and the next thing I know weeks have gone by and I don't get it finished or done, so I really enjoy doing it while I'm on the trip. I noticed the internet was the worst the first couple nights heading out, and the last couple nights heading back, in the same area. You'll be in a different area so hopefully it'll work better for you. I would still write what I wanted to write and then I could copy and paste it into the page once I was connected. Sent from my SM-G930VL using Tapatalk
  7. I will definitely be following along on your blog! I also did one from Zaandam earlier this summer in Alaska. Really enjoyed it. Enjoy your cruise! Sue http://www.suebees.wordpress.com Sent from my SM-G930VL using Tapatalk
  8. I usually order the croissants also but for some reason the toast just sounded really good to me. And luckily the butter pats were soft so I didn't have that problem, I was concerned about that too. [emoji846] Sent from my SM-G930VL using Tapatalk
  9. Thanks, but I was fine... it gave me memories of kindergarten, haha!! [emoji6] Sent from my SM-G930VL using Tapatalk
  10. I ordered room service a couple times on my Zaandam cruise in July. I had the ham and cheese omelette with toast, orange juice and some milk. It was on time, and hot each time it came. It was good, my only complaint was that the orange juice was a bit weak. The rest was delicious. Here's a picture of one morning from my blog that I did of our cruise. http://www.suebees.wordpress.com Sent from my SM-G930VL using Tapatalk
  11. Zaandam still has a library. My travel buddy enjoyed reading 3 books while we were on the 14 day in July. Sent from my SM-G930VL using Tapatalk
  12. I agree. I really enjoyed Jeannette's talks, and enjoyed that she was from Alaska. I thought that was so cool that she could go home and visit for a day while she was on board when we docked up near her home. Sent from my SM-G930VL using Tapatalk
  13. That sounds almost exactly the same as my cruise on zaandam July 2nd very similar with the lectures and the tour people being available often. We had a great time. Again, we ate in the dining room 95% of the time, and my friend is gluten free. We did the open seating and they never missed having her gluten free information and were always right on top of it. I was very impressed and this is the 5th time I've sailed with her and it's been that way every time. That's one reason why she prefers eating in the dining room. Sent from my SM-G930VL using Tapatalk
  14. If you're subscribed to my blog and I add more pictures you'll get a notification about it. I'm considering putting a couple pictures of the quilts up once I get the second one. My friend told me last night that it's almost done and I'm really looking forward to seeing what it looks like. I'll have to tell the story about that too because I had enough fabric that she said I could do 2, so she did two separate ones and I don't have a clue what it looks like because I did not want to see it until I actually had it in my hands once it's been shipped to me. [emoji846] Sent from my SM-G930VL using Tapatalk
  15. Thank you all for the kind comments. It was a beautiful trip! AtlantaCruiser72: regarding the price of the Hubbard Excursion, it was more expensive than my float plane ride. I believe it was $249 but they did give us a 25% credit because we didn't get the full-time there. I didn't feel short-changed because it was so beautiful. But, the credit made it even better, haha. If I remember right I think that was around $187 total. And, like I said I thought it was really neat to get some pictures of the ship while it was moving when I wasn't on it, which was a little different when you think about it [emoji6] Sent from my SM-G930VL using Tapatalk
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