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  1. If you don't need the car seat anywhere else....You can take the train from the airport to downtown Seattle and then the free bus to the cruise port. My husband and I did this with our cruise luggage for our honeymoon a few years ago. The train is right in the airport and there were many people doing the same thing that morning. We babywear and took our 14 month old to Hawaii without a stroller (needed the carseat that trip as we rented cars and drove for several excursions). Alaska is amazing and most of the towns are completely walkable. If you do a shore excursion, you'll be on a bus or van so won't need the seat. There is a train in one of the towns (Skagway?) - little ones would get a real kick out of that. You'll have a great time! Alaska is amazing and cruising with kids really isn't hard.
  2. We are traveling with a toddler who still needs bed rails, but royal doesn’t have them. Does anyone know if the couch can just be turned around so he could sleep between the back of the couch and the wall? Any other ideas for creating a way to prevent him from rolling out of bed without having to actually lug our own bed rails? (Would they even work on a pull out couch?) Thanks in advance!
  3. We have the same issue with even younger kids, but I did see somewhere there is a company that will do horseback riding for kids as young as 3. I haven't been and haven't used them but Carabali ranch is the name I found. I have an email into them now to ask some questions.
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