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  1. And that's part of the concern also. I do enjoy a craft beer or two, but for drinking by the pool during the day I was hoping for buckets of miller lights. It's really odd that they wouldn't have a light beer offering. I am coming up with nothing, not even Heineken light...haha!
  2. I think we have successfully reviewed all the drink menus posted recently. But, I am not seeing much selection when it comes to light beer - No Miller Light, Bud Light, or Corona Light. Not that it's a make or break, but we drink quite a bit of Miller Light on our cruises. I also don't see Truly/white claw options either. I am hoping there are some lighter options offered at the pool bars and we just haven't seen pics yet. Am I going to have to convert to Heineken this cruise? #firstworldproblems
  3. Thanks for the info! We have 9 and 14 year old boys. Sounds like a good place to check out, but stick to the other side of the pier for snorkeling. Thanks!
  4. We are going to be in Grand Turk on Spring Break. Thinking about heading down to the beached whale.. I see lots of reviews on the food, but not many on the beach area. Can my kids snorkel there? Super rocky? Anyone have pictures? Thanks!!!!
  5. Love the review, definitely a good resource for those that are debating! We flip back and forth between Royal and Carnival. We just did the Symphony in Nov and planning a trip on the Breeze in April! Couple of things not mentioned - the "fun factor", Carnival wins HANDS DOWN. We showed up to the sail away party on Royal to a crowd of 10 and super boring. Carnival sail away parties and pool deck dance parties are not to be missed! The cruise directors make such a bigger impact on Carnival with the fun factor. I don't even know the cruise directors on Royal, they
  6. They did have a specialty dining package you could purchase for $60 which included the steakhouse and two of the following: Ji Ji's, Cucina, or a $15 voucher at Bonsai Sushi or Guy's BBQ. Normal price would be $68. They also had a lesser advertised package for three $15 vouchers for $38 that could be redeemed at Cucina, Ji Ji, Guy's, Bonsai, or Seafood Shack. Okay, this is great info! We are on the Breeze in 60 days and I am curious to see if they offer the same package. I do not see it online, must be only offered on the ship. We loved the Horizon, sailed her in No
  7. Great, good to know!!! that would be the only time I probably will let them spend money in the arcade.
  8. Looking at past fun times for our upcoming cruise and it appears that they offer a "power hour" in the arcade on night 1. Does anyone know what this means? It has the ($) next to it, so I assume it is discounted arcade games and not free. Thanks!!!
  9. On the Horizon last year and planning for Breeze this spring break with kids. We just did the Symphony over Thanksgiving (Oasis class), so we are in the same "boat" as you all.... My kids LOVE the sail away parties on Carnival. They are not to be missed. Last week on Symphony, the sail away had 20 people and it was lame. We missed the Carnival sailaway. Lots of line dancing and limbo for the kids. They still talk about it. I also remember a Dr. Seuss parade and singalong on day 1-2 that my kids loved. They hold signs and parade through the lounge and end in the
  10. I believe it is included in the unlimited dining package, right? It's part of the reason we are upgrading from the 3 night to the unlimited. For $75 more you get playmakers ($35 credit pp) and hibachi.
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