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  1. Thanks. I was kind of hoping you would say no, and then I'd know HAL had opened up pre-booking PG lunches. 🙂
  2. I take it you are onboard a ship right now?
  3. On their website it says the next time frame will open for booking on Sept. 26.
  4. We're in the same boat. I would book it. I was thrilled to get $96 for our flights from Buffalo to Fort Lauderdale today. And that rate has now already increased to $106. Plus I think the days of round-trips being cheaper that one-ways are long gone.
  5. For those looking to book flights with Southwest, they've opened up their schedule until March 6.
  6. For those looking to book flights with Southwest, they've opened up their schedule until March 6.
  7. Lauren, I'm so happy to read how much you enjoyed your first HAL cruise! Absolutely wonderful blog as usual. We've done quite a few HAL cruises and our Northern Europe 21-nighter in 2011 that included Norway was our absolute favourite so far. So sorry your Kristiansand day wasn't the best weather. We did the same shore excursion in perfect weather and it was amazing! And we were lucky to overnight in Oslo and enjoyed every minute of it. Thanks for reporting back! 🙂
  8. I figure it's a very long day and the AC and peaceful venue might be very welcome, window or not. 🙂
  9. Thanks everyone. I'll be sure to pre-book it when we board if it's available. 🙂
  10. We're doing a East -> West full transit of the Panama Canal and the Oosterdam doesn't stop for shore excursions. Since it's not a "port day" can we expect the Pinnacle Grill to be open for lunch at day?
  11. We'll be onboard the Eurodam next March, docking overnight in Honolulu. There seems to be 2 terminals there: #2 and #11. Which one will the Eurodam be at?
  12. I'm excited to get to visit Honolulu from 7am on a Sunday in March until 11pm on Monday the next day. With such a lovely long time frame I feel no need to book ship tours while we're there. We were in Oahu quite a few years ago and we visited Wakiki Beach, did a Luau (but I have no idea which one), and did the whole Pearl Harbor tour. I would really appreciate any suggestions about what to see and do this time. No catamarans and whale watches though, as DH has some mobility challenges. And we don't want to rent a car. But we do want to see more of the island and to definitely enjoy an evening off of the ship. I've read Germaine's Luau isn't the best, so are there others that you would recommend? Or perhaps a nice sunset dinner somewhere? The Polynesian Cultural Center gets mixed reviews and it's closed on Sundays, so perhaps not a good option anyway. I'm looking for suggestions for private tours and/or evening activities I guess. Thanks in advance!
  13. Thanks so much for your help everyone. I'm going to see if our T.A. can switch us and still keep our perks. Fingers crossed!
  14. Just checked again and pretty much ALL of the Caribe deck aft balconies are available. With the weather/movement on this cruise, is being a little closer to mid-ship in either #627 or #628 the better choice (as opposed to further aft but closer to the elevators and stairs)?
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