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  1. Thank you! We're leaving in 2 days and my husband had asked me about the line. Thanks for the quick reply!
  2. This will be our first Royal Caribbean cruise at Platinum level. We will be boarding in Galveston. I seemed to recall when we previously cruised on the Liberty out of Galveston that Platinum level was able to use a priority line (we weren't platinum yet). 1) Is this true in Galveston? How about for the Enchantment? 2) If so, at what point are you able to get in the Priority line? Is it outside the building, inside the building before security, or inside the building after security? My husband has problems standing/walking for long periods of time so we'd like to know what to expect. TIA!!
  3. Hello - Just trying to pin down an additional option in Cozumel. We will be arriving on Royal Caribbean's Enchantment of the Seas so that will be the International Pier, I assume, if it makes a difference. Just wondering if we could get some restaurant recommendations, especially for some seafood. Pricing and taxi cost would be helpful also. TIA
  4. Yes, you should! I've been playing with it a lot. As far as your question, I'm just seeing "Live Band Poolside" sometimes with no mention of the type of band. As far as the App - instead of requesting copies of the Compass on CruiseCritic, I've just been looking at other Enchantment cruises leading up to ours. I've made notes on the timing of the activities to get ideas on what to do, when to make dinner reservations, expected docking times at the ports, etc. I've also looked up the MDR menus for the week. I'm a super-uber planner but will go with the flow when the actual time comes. I think the next cruise that matches up with ours (#of days, same ports) is the 10/9/2019 Enchantment cruise. During that cruise, if you have the app you can see the activities for each day. You don't have to go to the app each day - just any day of that cruise you can see the rest of the days' schedules.
  5. I'm enjoying this thread and will definitely be taking some notes of cocktails to try. May I suggest Baja Bob's Mixers! At home I buy the liquid mixers from my local Spec's liquor store. My go-to at home is the Mai Tai mix with rum and I like the Margarita version also. For the cruise I have ordered some individual powdered mixes. Baja Bob Mai Tai doesn't come in powder form but I have some margarita ones. I also ordered another brand on Amazon that did have a Mai Tai version but I haven't tried it yet. (looked up the brands I ordered = RSVP Skinnies & Margaritaville = haven't tried either yet). My plan on the cruise if I have to mix it myself is to ask for a tequila (or rum) on the rocks in a tall glass and a bottle of water or a glass of water or club soda (no ice) on the side. I'll then mix the powder with the water or club soda and add it to my tequila or rum. Powders - whether they're Crystal Light or Kool-Aid mix better without ice (add ice after dissolving).
  6. I'm excited about adding a Coco Cay stop on a 7 day cruise out of Galveston, but I wish it was on the larger Liberty of the Seas.
  7. FYI - As far as the carry-on luggage - wheels or not doesn't matter, but size does. It doesn't have to be as small as many airlines are requiring now, but it does need to fit through an airline type screener. A large suitcase has to be checked for embarking. You are allowed to walk off with a large suitcase as long as you can manage it and the rest of your belongings on your own. They always say stairs may be involved. Personally we check our large suitcases for debarkation as well as embarkation.
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