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I do kinda wonder with those tables if they now have fewer tables out on the open back. They look like they're larger. It can be hard enough to get a seat out there at times, if they have fewer tables that would kinda suck. But they do look nice.
Is there an easy way to resize a photo on Android? I will be sailing on 6/27 in an Owner's suite but my phone takes minimum 3.7 MB pictures, too large to upload to cruisecritic. I know how to do it at home with photoshop but not while on the ship. Plus I have been told to not expect WiFi service when we sail above the Arctic Circle.Photoshop on android:
Need more pictures please.....This one of the new sofa/lounger in the suite is just for you.
This one of the new sofa/lounger in the suite is just for you.Holy cow. That is so cool. I slept on the old version several nights to give my DW a relief from my snoring. The new sofa/lounger looks 110% better than the old one. Thanks for sharing the picture.....
This one of the new sofa/lounger in the suite is just for you.The sofa/lounger may be newer but in my mind it is a big step backwards. Before that there was a sleeper sofa and two side chairs and it was very easy for two couples to sit around and have a conversation. The suites are rated for four people and we had DD and her friend in an owner's suite with us. There wouldn't have been seating for the four of us. DS had a sofa/lounger in his apartment and the lounger portion was inconvenient to get in and out of by most of us. We probably will never book a suite on the Pacific again but I feel the sofa/lounger is a poor selection.
Regarding Club Class Dining:Both my Princess planner and 3 other cruisers have told me that club class diners still have either early or late dinning but in the club class area - I am sailing in December and would like to clear this up. I would bet that if all 24 staterooms (some with 4 cruisers) were to show up at the same time that there would not be room to accommodate them all
They have implemented it - very small section of the dining room. I think only about 24 cabins. CD said they can come anytime during dining hours and they are making special dishes for that section only. They order off the main dining room menu, but have specialty dishes too. I believe a tableside pasta dish nightly and some other goodies too. You use the same entrance to the dining room as there is only one!