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  1. Thanks for checking - they used to have a chart with room dimensions on the Celebrity website, but they removed it when they revamped the website a couple of years ago.
  2. Do you know if there is a similar link for Celebrity ships?
  3. When they had the sea day brunch in the main dining room at the end of the cruise, people acted like they hadn't seen food for the whole cruise! Pushing, shoving and generally rude behavior.
  4. That sounds harrowing! I'm glad that you made it home safely. Since the incident with the Carnival ship stuck in the gulf, I always take extra medications and other essentials whenever we travel.
  5. On our last Edge TA, only Cosmopolitan was open for lunch (with the usual MDR lunch menu). You can also eat at Eden - they have great sandwich’s and salads for lunch.
  6. The Celebrity "M" Class ships (Infinity, Summit, etc.) have aft accessible cabins in Concierge class. The balconies are huge.
  7. Congratulations on your new Service Dog. I don't have any tips for you since I have a 65lb Lab. Since your dog is task trained, I would just ignore any negativity. Enjoy your cruise!
  8. Good point - speaking from experience, it is very difficult going in those areas in a manual wheelchair due to the cobblestones.
  9. In today's webinar they stated that this would not change - you will still be able to buy a drink outside your package and just pay the difference.
  10. Yes, my service dog Henrietta is a 65lb black lab. When the box has been on our balcony, it has been an 4x4 wooden box. Henrietta is used to going in a box; she has no problem with the size. We have had plenty of room for the box on the balcony; however, I am a wheelchair user and the accessible rooms that we book have a longer balcony than a standard balcony. It is so annoying that the relief boxes vary from cruise line to cruise line and even from ship to ship within the same cruise line. We have had them put kitty litter in the box and my dog has absolutely refused to use it. I
  11. I haven't sailed on Regent so I can't help with that. I have had my service dog's relief box on our balcony several times (with either mulch or sod). We didn't have any problem with a mess except the one time the light weight mulch was flying around in the wind. Our cabin steward wet it down slightly and that solved the problem. I could see how dog litter could be an issue, but your cabin steward should take care of keeping the balcony cleaned up for you and changing the litter when necessary. You will be in charge of keeping the solid waste picked up.
  12. That's Winged Glory on the Edge - outside Cosmopolitan I think.
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