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RoddyGateau

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About RoddyGateau

  • Rank
    Cool Cruiser

About Me

  • Location
    Canada/Mexico
  • Interests
    Photography, Golf, Hiking, Travel
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Celebrity, Azamara, MSC Yacht Club
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Galapagos

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  1. Received the taxes and fees refund today for three YC cabins on Seaside March 21 sailing. Used the 125% FCC for 13 December Seaside sailing. I’ll be very surprised if it happens. Sent from my iPad using Forums
  2. I’m in the same boat, no pun intended! I received the FCC certificates in early April and, optimist that I am, immediately booked a December 2020 cruise. Refunds of payments for Internet, shore excursions and a cabana on Ocean Cay were promptly refunded but, as yet, no sign of the refund for taxes, etc. My TA was informed that the refund has already been made so we have requested details of date, amount and last four digits of the credit card to which MSC claims to have made the refund. We’ll see what happens next! Sent from my iPad using Forums
  3. RoddyGateau

    Rome Cabs

    We have used Rome Cabs on five occasions for both airport and cruise port transfers. All collections were timely and the drivers friendly, helpful and informative. On our last trip we were overnighting at the airport Hilton and our Rome Cabs driver suggested that we take a cab into the village of Fiumicino for dinner. This was excellent advice and we had a memorable seafood meal. However, the cab fare from the Hilton to Fiumicino (less than 10 minutes)was Euro 20. By comparison the Euro 50 that Rome Cabs charges for a transfer from the airport to central Rome is pretty good value for money. We''ll definitely use Stefano's service on future visits to Rome and maybe try one of the countryside tours.
  4. I think that bombing three luxury hotels in Colombo on Easter Sunday might be construed as targeting tourists even though Christians were obviously the primary target.
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