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  1. This was actually the first time we requested a specific server, only because she was so wonderful with Matthew. I didn't really give a hoot about the table, as I kept telling the staff, it was the server I was after. I find the buffet to be too much work, especially when it can get quite crowded and one of us has to fetch two plates of food, one for us and one for Matthew. That being said, we did go to the buffet for dinner twice and for other meals numerous times. That's what's great about cruising, there is something that appeals to just about everyone.
  2. I would be curious to know this as well. We skipped two nights, and both nights we told Treshana in advance that we would not be coming.
  3. That was not at all encouraged on this cruise. It was too crowded. Most nights we actually had to check in twice, once at the end of the line and once up at the podium.
  4. Actually we have always gotten the same server every night every time we’ve done my time dining. On night one they just put your reservation in for the rest of the week with the same server and usually the same table. So unless you’re unhappy with your server on night one, you should be able to get the same server all week pretty easily.
  5. Yes that section and table was in my reservation for the whole cruise, but unfortunately the other couple kept trying to grab it. And yes, they should have immediately moved them on night two, but I think they were just trying to placate them, not realizing that the same couple would try the same thing every night of the cruise.
  6. Yes we got that deal as well. It’s the lowest I’ve seen it.
  7. Your Muster Station code is on your seapass card and there is a sign on the back of your cabin door directing you where to go. Also during the drill the staff members are everywhere telling you what area to go to.
  8. Our table on night three was all set up pretty for us.
  9. So my family was supposed to be on the 9/1 harmony of the seas sailing for seven days, but it was shortened to three days. We ended up taking the cruise anyway and had a wonderful time, and with the combination of refunds and onboard credit we booked the cruise we just came off of, the 10/27 Harmony with almost the same itinerary. During the first cruise, we fell in love with our dining room server. Her name is Treshana. We have an adult disabled child with autism, and she was just absolutely amazing with him. Not just being polite, but actually interacting with him and just going
  10. My daughter and I hated to admit it, but we saw Hamilton and CFA within six months of each other and we agree, CFA is superior. Hamilton has amazing music, but you can get all that listening to the soundtrack. CFA is so much more.
  11. Come from Away would be AWESOME and considering that the actual show is only 1 hour 45 minutes with no intermission and minimal sets, it would be easy to do. I absolutely love that show and want to see it again when it returns to Florida in the spring. You go from tears to laughter, sadness to joy, it is an amazing show.
  12. There's been a lot of itinerary changes due to hurricanes lately, perhaps they are tired?
  13. Funny, we were on it for our honeymoon in 1995 and I do not remember the Disney characters on it at all. I just came across a T-shirt from that cruise, if you did a pub crawl and had a drink in every bar in one day, they gave you a shirt. There were only 6 bars!!! LOL and here my hubby and I thought it was quite an accomplishment. Last cruise for us was Indy in 2015 and the wait staff for MTD quickly learned my hubby likes a particular whisky, poof, it was brought down to the DR from another ship bar and there was a cocktail waiting for hubby every time we showed up. I think t
  14. Having sailed less than 10 cruises in my life, I don't think I have a line in the sand yet. That being said, my first cruise was 30 years ago on the Big Red Boat, so I am old enough to remember how things used to be. To me, while the chocolates on the pillows and free room service have gone away, the ships and more importantly, the amenities and entertainment, have improved considerably. I remember REALLY tacky shows, and I seem to remember lip synching, now they are just top notch entertainment, and not just in the theatre, but in the bars and lounges as well. So yes, no more chocolates o
  15. I booked somewhat last minute for the hurricane-affected 9/1 Harmony cruise. We had rooms VERY far apart on the same deck. As we were heading to muster we happened to talk to a crew member and they told us to just to to the same muster, since they check you in electronically, it's no problem. So that's what we did. I was quite happy about it. No trying to find each other afterwards.
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