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    Royal Caribbean
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  1. We just stayed at the Anderson hotel and the staff was friendly and helpful. It was a great hotel. But just be aware not all rooms have air conditioning and they don’t run as cold as they do in the states. We were there in August and the temperatures were in the low 70s. The room was comfortable.
  2. We stayed at the Andersen Hotel. They had breakfast and a wine hour. It was a very nice hotel but it is a boutique hotel. The staff were extremely helpful and friendly. Hotels in Copenhagen are very expensive and I believe we paid around 300 a night. Although we did need a room to accommodate three. Be aware that most Northern European hotel do not have air conditioning and if you want air-conditioning you need to ask the hotel if it’s available. We happen to have a room in the hotel that had air-conditioning but not all rooms did. The air conditioning also does not run like in the states. It’s not as cold as it is here.
  3. We just came back and we took a small amount of each local currency. I heard that in St. Petersburg they wouldn’t take anything but rubles but found that some of the local vendors would take euros. Most places use credit cards. There was only one stand in Copenhagen that sold hotdogs that would not take credit cards. The vendors in Tivoli all took credit cards.
  4. When we were on Grandeur two years ago all you could get was the prints they didn’t have a digital option
  5. I think the chocolate covered strawberries are under gifts and the water is under beverages
  6. I don't remember the cabin number but 2 years ago we had a jr suit and we had the pole. The poles are in the rooms under the pool.
  7. Unless things have changed since my daughter was in the younger kids club there are nights that you would sign up for and the counselors take the children to the windjammer to eat. Things on the larger ships may be different. When my daughter was younger they closed the club around lunch time for a few hours. Again on the larger ships it may be different.
  8. I bought a chapstick a fer years back and it was around $2.00. It is quite higher and there are not much in choices.
  9. just say virgin whatever. For example ask for a virgin pina colata
  10. For the photos you collect all of the prints like you’ve done in the past and they will keep them behind the counter until the last day. You don’t have a choice of sizes. As far as the digital some give you a thumb drive and I believe now there’s a code and you download them on your computer at home. As for the luggage they don’t store your suitcases for you you have to keep them in your room.
  11. You need to take it as your buying something you enjoy not something that will increase in value. I've bought several pieces of artwork that I enjoy. I don't expect them to increase in value. I buy what I like and what will look nice in my house.
  12. I would go with the Carnival only because it's a 9 night as opposed to a 7 night and you said it is a $12 difference. I've never done Carnival but I enjoy more days.
  13. We were on Grandure two years ago and had this package. I went and let the photo desk know I had the package and collected the pictures and they kept them in a folder behind the desk and on the last day I got all my photos. So yes, you need to check the photos daily.
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