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dani negreanu

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    Israel
  • Interests
    travelling
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    Royal Caribbean
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    Caribbean
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    Radiance of the seas 7-26-2013

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  1. Thank you for taking the time to write such a very enjoyable review. I'm fascinated by this new ship and following along πŸ˜€
  2. It feels like a cruise ship and not a floating shopping mall. The size is right, as is the # of passengers. The WJ outdoor seating. Fortunate to have hump cabins for excellent viewsπŸ˜€.
  3. I've been also in May, so can't help you here. I can only say that my favorite stop was North Seymor (I'm also "into" penguins and seals), and cruising Elizabeth Bay was amazing.
  4. It was less than 4 years ago, ~90 pounds (door (pier) to door (airport)). I've just filled out a form asking for a quote for our next cruise in April, they replied to try again less than 6 months before the cruise. If your cruise is less than 6 months from now, I suggest to ask, like me, for a free quote -- www.smithsairportcars.co.uk
  5. It also depends on the day of the week. Last time our cruise ended on a Sunday (as well as our next). So the travel time to LHR was less than 2 hours, and we were left with too much time "to kill". We used Smiths for airports for the transfers, they were right on time. Value for money. We ate b'fast leisurely before leaving the ship, were among the last out. We've used Princess's transfers the first time we sailed out of Southampton, it was expensive, and we lingered hours in the bus, while they were "hunting" for people who took their time to debark. No more ship transfers for us.....
  6. Very easy to take the train, buy a return ticket. After wandering a bit in the English market, we took a local bus to Kinsale, spent an hour there πŸ˜€, then back by bus to Cork, and by train to Cobn. We even had time to wander a bit in Cobn itself, very quaint town. A very enjoyable and easy to DIY day stop.
  7. I've voted Equinox pre-.... Amazing ship. Lately, we sailed in Millie and Reflection. Enjoyed the Reflection very much, especially the variety of food in the buffet.... Now we're booked on a 4 days "taster" of Apex -- wanted to see what's "all about", but didn't want to spend a whole week (or more) on an itinerary I've done already, land and sea.
  8. ... and here's hoping this time you'll enjoy the pool at Marina Bay Sands πŸ˜€ As usual, following along, Bella doesn't seem worried when posing beside the luggage... Enjoy your cruise!!
  9. We book balconies for the fresh air only. It was very cold on our cruise to Iceland to really spend time on the balcony....
  10. We've been in the next door cabin, 1132 (reviewed in the sticky). No noise, excellent location, huge balcony. Wish I could afford this cabin again... it was a free upgrade from balcony....πŸ˜€
  11. In Concierge last month I had one rose from our stateroom attendant 🌹
  12. Concierge -- Got a grey one with the zipper, and the thin one in blue. Left them both in the cabin along with the sparkling wineπŸ˜€.
  13. I much prefer the C2 locations than the C1 ones. Besides, there're more expensive. We had 1132 on our last Reflection cruise, it was an excellent location - quiet, but close to the elevators/stairs, and the balcony was huge.
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