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chrislaurn

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  1. There's no place to add it. There's only the basic info, contact info and travel companions. No "travel documents". It just says print boarding passes. I don't know where else to look!
  2. When I initially checked in for my cruise, I didn't have my passports, etc. in front of me so I left that information blank, though I did check that we would be using passports. I went back in yesterday for my June 22, 2019 cruise and it had me fully checked in for all parties. Do they no longer require that information? If they do, do I have to enter it somewhere else? I'd appreciate any info. Thanks!
  3. I'm confused. The Cheers program runs about $55/day so $385 for a 7 day cruise. How is that more expensive then spending $700?
  4. I fly out of MCO all the time. I have waited in that security line for over an hour before. If you have TSA pre-check you can get through pretty quickly, but I wouldn't chance it.
  5. We have two boys who have been cruising since they were 4 yo and 20 months old. On our next trip they'll be 13 and 11. One thing that we do on sea days is I camp out in one spot, usually by the pool. That way, they always know where I am. If they go to the slide, they have to be back and personally check in an a half hour. If they play mini-golf, they have to check in as soon as they finish. If they want to change locations (i.e., long lines) they have to check in personally first and tell us where they are going. They are never allowed to just roam the ship. They have to have a destination. We haven't had a curfew issue yet, but likely will with the older one on this cruise. We'll set it depending on what his plans are.
  6. Maybe its a NOLA thing? Our last cruise was also out of NOLA. There was a line for priority/FTTF and literally no line for us. We walked right up and checked in.
  7. When I booked it 48 hours for a 10% discount.
  8. Just got a call to upgrade from our balcony room to an Ocean Suite. $628 for the upgrade for 4 people. I told her I had to think about it and called back 15 minutes later and the two available rooms were already gone. I wanted to see if they'd throw anything else in. (You don't know unless you ask!) Although, it is about half of the price if I were to upgrade on my own, I just didn't think it was worth it. I know I won't regret it, but it sure was tempting. If there were more suite benefits, it might be an easier sell.
  9. The hair dryers that are provided are usually not very good. If you have thick hair or use a hair dryer to style your hair, I'd suggest you bring your own. The last one we had was practically useless.
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