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Yvonne

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  1. Thanks for your review. Not fair the Solarium Cafe was unavailable to you, and reserved only for a group. You paid your cruise fair the same as they did. We were on Oasis a year ago and really enjoyed the cafe for lunch, less crowded than the windjammer. Oh, can’t see any of your pdf files, says “unavailable”.
  2. I looked into booking one of their 5-night cruises and a balcony stateroom was $2700. That’s $1350 each adult, and with no extra charge for tips, non-alcoholic drinks and WiFi I think the price is very reasonable. And the BIGGEST perk? NO KIDS! I am extremely interested but...I will wait to see actual photos and read reviews to see what it’s really like. And to see if people in their early 60’s with not-so-perfect-bodies are really welcome🙂 And hopefully they will soon offer longer cruises, we prefer at least 7 nights.
  3. It isn’t Fifi’s fault, throw her owner overboard 😁
  4. OP, I’m very sorry this happened to you and I feel the same as you in that all cruise lines should NOT charter a cruise that already has people booked on it. Not at all fair to people that have already made their plans, especially with multiple families being involved.
  5. We did this once several years ago. Did a 4-night Carnival Fantasy then a 7-night Disney Magic. Both left from Port Canaveral. We did have a day between them so did laundry that day. Would happily do that again.
  6. Yes, Guys is awesome. Burger cooked in front of you and you put your own toppings on, and the fries are just as great. We ate at Johnny Rockets on the Mariner years ago, when there was no charge except for milkshakes and we did enjoy it. This past February on the Oasis we sat down there and had planned on eating. I thought the cover charge was $7.95 but asked to make sure and we were told $11.74 each, milkshakes were extra. We left without eating. Too expensive when there are other include in your cruise fare places to eat.
  7. She never came back to finish her review. Makes me wonder what happened.
  8. 1. Spend some time in Central Park, both during the day and when dark 2. Ride the carousel 3. The ice skating and water shows 4. Enjoy the Solarium 5. Lunch at Central Park Cafe
  9. We saw the “relief box” on our recent Oasis Cruise. Never saw a dog though. I have no problem with true service dogs, but I hate seeing idiots cheat and bring their pets on board (or the store, movies, anywhere really except places like the local park or outside walking with their owner).
  10. Yes, we didn’t sign them as there was no clear place on the paper to do so. The lady checking us in had us sign it on the bottom.
  11. We printed ours off last month for our Oasis cruise, no signatures. But, they made us sign them at check in.
  12. I am Type 2 diabetic. One cruise I woke up during the night with low blood sugar. The only thing in the room to eat quickly were the pillow chocolates. After that incident I always bring some kind of granola bars, etc. to have in the room in case it happens again.
  13. And I can’t imagine why anyone can’t imagine that some people don’t always want to get off the ship. Everyone is different, and cruise for different reasons. This last cruise for us the ship was the destination. The stop in Nassau we stayed on board, have been there several times. St. Thomas we stayed on board, same reason. St. Martin we decided to get off, for about an hour, to do a little shopping but no excursions. We loved less people on board, enjoyed a quieter Central Park, Boardwalk, Solarium and dining venues. Was great! And I was able to walk around the whole ship taking photos with no, or fewer, people in them. Now if we cruise to a port we’ve never been to we take a private tour or excursion. But going to ports multiple times we prefer to stay on the ship.
  14. We were right across he hall from a white space once. Never again, way too noisy until about 2 a.m. then started right back up again at 5 a.m. Crew closet or something, they were in and out of it, banging the door, talking loudly and singing in the hall, banging carts, etc.
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