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  1. I enjoyed hearing about river cruising, maybe one day, but back on topic...The loyalty perks will change and continue to change as it behooves RCCLs bottom line. When they remove perks it's because it costs too much for the return they are getting. Pre- covid they were phasing out the lounges and adding the drinks to your card. I told my husband they are slowly phasing out the Diamond lounges and giving us time to adjust. Covid has put the nail in the coffin on the lounges because they don want people to gather.It gives a perfect excuse so my prediction is the Diamond lounges will go the w
  2. This isn't a dissertaisnt or research study, but with everyone vlogging and blogging now they want traffic to their sight, it actually said the name Singapore Cruise Society in the photo to. If you want credit, digitally add your signature to the photos before posting, so any repost will have your credit.
  3. I would suggest a cruise without kids first for the parents, if they don't know if they like it, it will be harder with the kids. If they have experienced a cruise before, they know what to expect. My kids went at 9 months old, I have twins. Where there is a will, there is a way, but it depends on what the parents want out of the trip. If they want some time away they will have to pay for it so I would recommend waiting until the youngest is 3 ( make sure he/she is potty trained, no pull ups allowed) so they can utilize the kid's club. I was the type that wouldn't let them babysit my kids so
  4. For anyone doing global entry, my husband's expired in March 2020, he sent it in January (or Decmebr-ish). Yesterday we got the approval. They were behind even back then so they will be good for another 18 months now.
  5. If it is 50% capacity I think you will see less people on the elevator (high risk?), also the more able bodied of us will resort to walking the stairs, before waiting forever for an elevator.
  6. I've done all of the above as well, depends if the bad of the show outweighed the tiredness of getting up. As someone else said, I usually like it so hubby takes a nap and we stay, but we have done both, kids in tow too, walked out of a show. I left a theatre show once before that was bad enough, I was complaining loudly at the box office for my money back. My time is precious.
  7. Something to think about, do the helicopter first in case of bad weather you can possibly move it to the next week. I haven't done either ,but I think doing both depends on if there is anything else that excited you, I would do that before selecting a similair trip.
  8. You can spend the money in the shops. A few t-shirts, sweatshirts, stuffed animals, a new Mickey watch and you can blow more then $600.
  9. Call and ask and if they want to move you then don't follow through, if you don't like the.outcome. Pre-covid the 3rd in our room cancelled and they wanted to move the covetted aft cabin, but we were able to change the person sailing for no fee and keep the room. Try that if you have some else willing to go.
  10. He mail your consulate and ask them-if it does count they may have to direct you to anyplace to get that stamp.
  11. My daughter lost the kids Bingo, but she was well behaved for the kids club staff so they liked her and gave her the same prize-an octopus. She was ecstatic-we now have five octopi. My husband won $500 in bingo after I told him I didn't want to play. On a Disney cruise they did Pub Games and my husband and I with my mom tagging along at times won 3rd place-teams one and two had like ten people a piece. It tallied the weeks games for points so we were proud of ourselves. We won a nifty passport holder I keep lovingly under my bathroom sink and smile at every time I see
  12. I am not paying the same money for less of an experience -no port access unless I shell out $$$ for my family of four is the biggest offender. If the shore excursions were cheaper and the price of the cruise itself I may consider it, but not at the current rates.
  13. I like the Oasis class, but they do a lot of short cruises and I prefer 7 nights or more. I would like them to do 7 nights in the Caribbean and Europe. I was on the literal last Dubai cruise and I enjoyed the area very much. Covid derailed other ports, but I would like to do the area again. Turkey I did on another line and I agree it wasn't on my radar, but afterwards it became one of my favorite ports. The Canary islands as well. Greenland and Iceland would be nice as well. I agree with Egypt. I like to do more exotic ports on cruises to ge
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