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  1. Here is the URL for the list. Enjoy http://www.grantmkt.net/ncl/NCL_Beverage_List.pdf
  2. Will be joining you on that cruise. Have you checked out the Roll-Call? It has been very active. Over 160 registered for the Meet and Greet. IF you are interested in the Meet & Greet, here is the LINK. Meet & Greet Form LINK Here is the Roll Call Thread. Hope to get an opportunity to meet you.
  3. NCL use the same menus fleet wide. Here is a blog from @ProfCruise that contains the latest menus. https://profcruise.com/ncl-menus/
  4. My DW enjoys playing the Fortune 88 slot. After dinner she stopped in to play it but a lady was on it so she sat down at a different machine next to her. Shortly after the lady at the Fortune 88 machine hit the Grand Jackpot for $19,862 on a minimum 88 cent bet. Timing is everything.
  5. I am also sailing Full transit from LA to Miami October 11 on the NCL Joy. Looking forward to reading responses to your questions. If that is the same cruise that you are on come over to the Roll Call and meet others on that cruise. We have 115 passengers registered for the Meet & Greet with other events planned. Below is the link for the roll-call. LINK
  6. @Mrenee26 just curious how far out your flight was changed. I am 17 days out and hoping for a flight change. @jgreenwo17 - JetBlue is my favorite airline. I do believe that you will be pleased with them.
  7. @smplybcause 2 day deviation. Not pleased with the 35 minute layover as I have mobility issues. Notified 41 days prior.
  8. Home Departure City - Louisville (SDF) layover in Atlanta of 35 minutes. Arrival/Destination City - Los Angeles Airline(s) used - Delta Number of Connections - 1 - Atlanta - both Outbound and Return Outbound Flight departure/arrival time - 12:50 PM EDT (there were four flights earlier at same price) arrive in Atlanta 2:20 PM EDT - Departure Atlanta 2:55 EDT Arrive Los Angeles 4:44 PM PDT Return Flight departure/arrival time - Miami departure 6:55 PM EDT to Atlanta arrival 8:54 PM EDT -- Atlanta departure 10:39 PM EDT to Louisville arrival 12:01 AM EDT
  9. We were actually watching them navigate the vessel. There is a window where you can look into the bridge.
  10. Interesting thread. We are 47 days out and no tickets purchased yet. From the cities listed on the E-Docs it looks as if the flights will be on Delta. I check multiple times a day. Plan to upgrade to comfort + if it is in fact Delta. I am someone that likes to have all the plans finalized far in advance. This makes me nervous.
  11. I will be on the Joy for the October 11 Panama Canal cruise. What date is your cruise?
  12. NCL added the excursions for our cruise also. We booked the Guatemalan Rum, Aged In The Clouds and Sightseeing excursion. I agree definitely suggest the NCL Excursions at this port.
  13. This blog by @ProfCruise has the current NCL menus. They are from the Bliss, but NCL uses mostly the same menus across the entire fleet. https://profcruise.com/ncl-menus/?source=122648
  14. Received this email today from my STEP (Smart Traveler Enrollment Program) subscription amcitsguatemala@state.gov Anyone concerned about excursions? Health Alert - U.S. Embassy Guatemala City, Guatemala - (August 14, 2019) Location: Guatemala, countrywide Event: Increase in cases of dengue fever and hemorrhagic fever. This message is being issued to alert U.S. citizens residing and traveling in Guatemala to an increase in reported cases of dengue fever and dengue hemorrhagic fever (DHF) by the Guatemalan Ministry of Public Health and Social Welfare to our local office of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Due to ideal environmental conditions for the breeding of the Aedes aegypti mosquito, which transmits the dengue virus, Guatemala is currently seeing a sharp increase in cases of dengue fever. Cases of dengue have been reported in the Departments of Quetzaltenango, Huehuetenango, Izabal, Escuintla, San Marcos, Suchitepéquez, Santa Rosa, Chiquimula, Retalhuleu and Guatemala. Over 300 cases have been reported in the Guatemala City metropolitan area and more than 12,300 cases countrywide. Aedes mosquitoes typically live indoors and are often found in dark, cool places such as in closets, under beds, behind curtains, in bathrooms, and on porches. The risk for dengue is present in both urban and rural areas. Actions to Take: Visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s website on dengue fever. Ensure that you have well-screened windows and doors or air conditioning when possible. Travelers can minimize areas of exposed skin by wearing long-sleeved shirts, long pants, boots, and hats. Tucking in shirts, tucking pants into socks, and wearing closed shoes instead of sandals may help reduce risk. Application of repellents or insecticides, such as permethrin, to clothing and gear can provide an added layer of protection. Remind travelers to always follow instructions on the label when applying repellents to clothing. Use insect repellent authorized for human use, such as those containing DEET, IR3535, Icaridin, oil of lemon eucalyptus or PMD, 2-undecanone, which can be applied to exposed skin or clothes. More information available athttps://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/yellowbook/2020/noninfectious-health-risks/mosquitoes-ticks-and-other-arthropods. Always follow the instructions on the product label. There is no evidence to suggest restricting the use of these repellents in pregnant women and children, provided that the instructions on the product label are followed. For longer-term travelers and residents, empty and clean or cover any standing water where mosquitoes may lay their eggs in the local residence (such as water storage tanks, laundry basins (pilas) or flower pots). Consult the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for country health advisories or call CDC at 800-232-4636 or 404-639-3534. Visit the CDC Travelers Health Page (www.cdc.gov/travel). Monitor local and social media for updates. Enroll in Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) with the U.S. Embassy in Guatemala to receive security updates – https://step.state.gov/ Symptoms of dengue can include: fever, aches, pains and rash, as well as sometimes nausea and vomiting, and may last from 2-7 days. It can be hard to tell dengue symptoms from other illnesses. Pay attention to warning signs for severe dengue which include: Stomach or belly pain, tenderness; severe vomiting (at least 3 times in 24 hours), bleeding from the nose or gums, vomiting blood, or blood in the stool and feeling excessively tired, restless, or irritable. These warning signs mean you need to seek immediate medical attention, and tell them where you have been. If you develop a fever or other symptoms that might be dengue: Immediately see a healthcare provider. Tell him or her about your travel. Rest as much as possible. Take acetaminophen to control fever and relieve pain. Do not take aspirin or ibuprofen. Drink plenty of fluids such as water or drinks with added electrolytes to stay hydrated. Assistance: U.S. Embassy Guatemala City https://gt.usembassy.gov Tel. (502) 2326-4000 Amcitsguatemala@state.gov State Department - Consular Affairs 888-407-4747 or 202-501-4444 Guatemala Country Information Enroll in Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) to receive security updates
  15. This blog has the current NCL menus. They are from the Bliss, but NCL uses mostly the same menus across the entire fleet. https://profcruise.com/ncl-menus/?source=122648
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