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  1. Thanks all, great ideas to ponder. We went with the junior suite for the extra room and the walk in closet which will provide privacy for dressing. Since it’s just the three of us I’d prefer having us all in one room. We are sailing over Easter school break and prices are steep. Currently, a large balcony stateroom is pricing higher than the junior suite we booked. Thanks!
  2. Two adults and 13 year old DGS sailing Symphony Easter Break 2020. Booked in a junior suite mostly for the very tall kid. More space, privacy, nicer bathroom, and walk in closet! I think it’s the best choice for our family and it will make for a relaxed vs stressful week not tripping over one another in a small balcony cabin. Thoughts on my rational? I compared the HOTS pricing and could get a large balcony cabin for 2k less than the jr Suite on Symphony. OMG, decisions, descions, but I’m pretty much set on the Symphony. And I think the junior suite gives us what we need. appreciate any and all random thoughts.
  3. Just grabbed 7202 for our French Riviera cruise on Constellation in July 2019. Had originally booked a sweet 16 several weeks ago and I’ve been stalking the FV cabins daily since. Totally surprised to get one so far in advance. Happy dance! :D
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