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mammy123

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  1. Loved both videos. Can't wait until they are back. . .
  2. I received it a little while ago and I'm glad he was able to resume it. Very interesting details.
  3. I know this may sound lame, but I'm curious - - where do they dock their ships for 30 days. . . .
  4. This may be the reason, government raised their warning level to a 4 - Do Not Travel. But it could be another reason too. Sinaloa state – Level 4: Do Not Travel Do not travel due to crime. Violent crime is widespread. Criminal organizations are based and operating in Sinaloa state. Travel for U.S. government employees is limited to the following areas with the noted restrictions: Mazatlan: U.S. government employees may travel by air or sea only. U.S. government employees are limited to the Zona Dorada and historic town center, and must use direct routes when traveling to and from those locations and the airport and cruise terminals. Los Mochis and Topolobampo: U.S. government employees may travel by air or sea only. U.S. government employees are restricted to the city and the port, and must use direct routes when traveling between these locations and to and from the airport. Visit our website for Travel to High-Risk Areas.
  5. I just received an e-mail from Orlando regarding this new temporary cancellation policy. Same as what is on their web site.
  6. Don't know if I should be asking this here or not, but I'll give it a shot. Has anyone heard anything regarding this virus as far as it being in the Caribbean? We are headed that way in a couple of weeks and are now debating on whether to cancel or not. We are driving there and would hate to get quarentined. I hate that this is ruining everyone's cruises.
  7. Merry Christmas and the happiest of the New Year. Also thanks for the daily fleet reports. Always interested to see where the ships are located. 🎄
  8. We bring some duct tape to tape down the cord so no one can trip on it.
  9. Wonder if that's because passengers from the Niew Amsterdam are transferring to either of those ships. Of course don't even know if that is possible.
  10. Transfer to her new pier is almost complete. Only took them 45 minutes to do it, but she is there.
  11. Just curious on how she came out of dry dock. We were suppose to be on her now, but had to cancel our 19 day cruise due to health problems. Was looking forward to the trip. Oh well there will be other cruises. Was looking forward to see how she was spruced up. . .
  12. I need a frig for my meds too. Have rented one most of the time (had to go to the infirmarary once to keep it there). They have been on the desk and under the desk. On the Rotterdam last year in a lania and they put it under the desk. I put not only my meds, but i bring a couple of sodas on board that I put on and DH gets extra milk in the lido that we put in there too. Works for us. Good luck and have a good trip.
  13. Have been trying to get on the port cameras and haven't been able to get on even Port Everglades. I guess with the hurricane everyone else and their brother is trying to do the same. I was able to get on about 4 hours ago and there were around 7300 other viewers on Nassau but since then, nothing. How have others been. Just curious.
  14. There isn't self-service laundry on the Rotterdam. But their laundry service is very good. We used it once and now we are hooked. The last bag we fill, we have folded so when it is returned, we just pack it. Already clean and folded.
  15. I had a small panic attach too, but then I entered our confirmation number and there it was, we had a reservation. 😎
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