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Breakfast on debarkation day?


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We had room service brought to us on debarkation of the Breeze last week. It came right on time and made leaving easier on us. We were able to get up, eat and relax a bit on the balcony instead of running around trying to fight the crowds. It's the first time we've done it and we'll probably stick with that.

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you can get breakfast on the lido or the main dining room im not sure about room service as the halls will be busy. We always go down to have a nice breakfast in the dining room and enjoy the last little bit of our cruise.


We do the same. Lido can be extremely busy on debarkation day. It's much more relaxing in the MDR.

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We did room service because we have learned the lido is insane


I learned on my very first cruise to avoid breakfast at the Lido Buffet. Each morning was crowded and the last day was really insane. And since I usually cruise solo, room service would be a very lonely experience. Since that cruise, I only do breakfast in the MDR. ;)

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