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Our Fabulous Fascination cruise (with pics!!) 8/2/14

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We continue with our sail away from Jacksonville.

 

Goodbye Jaxport. See you in 5 days…..

 

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Views of Waterworks, Deck11 aft…..

 

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One of the many ship photographers at work…..

 

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We are approaching the I-295 bridge…..

 

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To be continued…..

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Not weird at all. We believe that there is existence after the physical world, and that our dear departed ones will leave us "signs" that they are OK, and are still with us. We were given a major "sign" from Kevin during this cruise which I will tell you about and show you later in this review. Sorry for your loss, and yes, you were given such a "sign". I will be posting some new segments later on tonight.

 

Jamman54, I am so very sorry about your loss of your son. I am also of the same belief as you, that there is existence after the physical world. I have had two experiences; once in Europe, in a scary situation, but heard my grandfather's voice which I had not heard in 15 years since his passing, but he lead me out of danger. and another time, that is, well, just too weird to tell about. I do believe that our departed loved ones are always looking over us, and I believe they look after us too

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Sailing under the I-295 bridge…..

 

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We made it…..

 

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I was feeling hungry for a deli sandwich, so I began to make my way there, snapping some photos along the way.

 

The Lido Stage, Deck 10 mid ship…..

 

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Looking aft towards the funnel…..

 

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The Lido Pool, Deck 10 mid ship…..

 

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The forward Lido Pool hot tub…..

 

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Made it to the deli, which is located on Deck 10 aft. It is open from 11am to 11pm daily. Two ham, cheese, and tomato sandwiches please…..

 

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Once I finished my snack, I went back outside to watch us sail down the St. Johns River to the Atlantic Ocean. It takes about an hour and a half from the time you sail until you are out at sea. There are some very beautiful views along the way…..

 

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There are some very beautiful houses…..

 

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Meanwhile, the party is in full swing on the Lido Deck, including some line dancing…..

 

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The Lido Pool Bar – Port side…..

 

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Looking down the St. Johns River towards the Atlantic Ocean…..

 

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Here are some more beautiful homes…..

 

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This is Deck 10 Port side, forward…..

 

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The Sandollar. Looks like a great place to eat and drink…..

 

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We are almost out to sea…..

 

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The Jaxport pilot boat…..

 

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Jacksonville Beach views…..

 

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We are out to sea…...

 

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The pilot is leaving the ship…..

 

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I'm sorry for your lost. Prayers for your family.

 

I have never cruised before and my husband and I are planning to take our first in Sept, 2015. Haven't book yet, so in the mean time I'm just stalking and living through everyone else good times. So I'm relaxed and ready for some good reading:)

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Love your reviews and so glad to hear that you and your family had this wonderful time together. Looking forward to the rest.

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Patti decided to head back to the cabin to begin unpacking, while I made it over to the Lido Pool bar, port side, for an informal meet and greet at 2pm with fellow CC members. The roll call was a very, very small one, so I was not surprised when nobody else showed up. I hung around at the bar until 3:30, when the muster drill was about to begin. At the same time the skies darkened, and a thunderstorm rolled over us.

 

At 3:45, the alarm sounded, and we reported to our muster station, which was in the Putting on the Ritz lounge, on deck 9 aft. Usually, on a Fantasy Class ship, halfway through the drill, the passengers are led from their muster stations on deck 9, up to the deck 10 boat loading stations. But because of the thunderstorms outside, the whole drill was done inside, in the lounge.

 

Soon the drill was over, and the ship prepared to sail. It stopped raining and the skies cleared up! Patti and Ryan decided to watch the sail away from our balcony, and I would roam the open decks and take pictures.

 

 

Nearby Nuke Plant.....

 

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Couple of things from a local that loves the Fascination too. That isn't a nuclear power plant. The are two conventional power plants in this area that feature that type of cooling towers - the one you photographed in the Arlington area and another about 35 miles southwest in Palatka.

 

The "string art" bridge you photographed is commonly called the "Dames Point Bridge" but is officially the "Broward Bridge" for former Florida governor Broward.

 

Great review you have going - I'm looking forward to the rest!!

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Enjoying your review and sad to hear about your loss. Been on the Fascination twice years back and seeing changes from your pics and I’m sure to see more to come.

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Couple of things from a local that loves the Fascination too. That isn't a nuclear power plant. The are two conventional power plants in this area that feature that type of cooling towers - the one you photographed in the Arlington area and another about 35 miles southwest in Palatka.

 

The "string art" bridge you photographed is commonly called the "Dames Point Bridge" but is officially the "Broward Bridge" for former Florida governor Broward.

 

Great review you have going - I'm looking forward to the rest!!

 

Thanks for reading, and thanks for setting the record straight on those two points. I learned a couple of new things today. :)

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After watching the pilot boat pick up the pilot, it was time to head back to the cabin to relax, and then get ready for our first dinner. We had booked this cruise about a month before sailing, and in order to save some money, I booked the three of us into an ocean view guarantee. About ten days before sailing we received our cabin assignments, and much to our surprise, we had been upgraded into a balcony cabin.

 

Normally, on a Fantasy class ship, in order to have a balcony you would need to book a suite. But when the Ecstasy, Sensation, and Fascination were dry docked for their Evolution of Fun upgrades, they added some regular balconies on three decks mid ship and aft.

 

It was one of these balconies that we received, cabin U224, on Upper Deck, the very last cabin on the port side. It turns out that it is a handicapped accessible cabin, so the bathroom is a little larger, but the cabin area itself was a bit tight for the three of us, but we managed.

 

Our cabin is the last one on the right in the middle row…..

 

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Looking down the hallway on Upper Deck port side towards our cabin…..

 

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Our cabin…..

 

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Strange bed configuration. Ryan slept in the top bunk, and Patti and I had to be careful not to bump our heads when we got in and out of bed!

 

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There was only room for one closet….

 

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That one closet was easily filled…..

 

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The safe on this ship had the swipe type locking system…..

 

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Large handicap accessible bathroom…..

 

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Looking out towards the small balcony which had two chairs and a small table…..

 

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Ryan on the balcony…..

 

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Soon it was time to go to our first dinner. Ryan decided to skip dinner and head to Club O2 to meet some new friends. We had late seating in the Imagination dining room, which is the dining room at the very aft of the ship, on Deck 8, Atlantic Deck.

 

We were seated at Table # 336, which was a four top…..

 

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We have been lucky on our last several cruises to have excellent wait teams. This cruise was no exception. These three guys were wonderful all cruise. All of our food was delivered hot and in a timely fashion. Water and bread were always available without asking. I would like you to meet Jason, Ketut, and Eku…..

 

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We also had a wonderful bar waiter who made sure we were well taken care of each night. His name was Norbert…..

 

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For my first dinner of the cruise I chose to have a couple orders of shrimp cocktail, spring rolls, and the pork steak, followed by the strawberry cheesecake for dessert. Patti elected to have the Spinach and artichoke dip, green salad, vegetable lasagna, and butter pecan ice cream for dessert. It was all very good!

 

After dinner, we took a stroll down the promenade. Patti decided that she was going to do some shopping, and I decided to check out the casino. I played blackjack for a while holding my own, until it was time to go check out the 11:30 adult comedy show at Punchliners, (Putting on the Ritz Lounge – Deck 9 aft). The comedian, Azeem, was not that good. Anyway, here is the entertainment schedule for our cruise….

 

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Afterwards, I went back to the blackjack table until about 1am, losing about $200 in the process. Not the way I wanted to start!! I went back to the cabin where I met our first towel animal…..

 

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Patti and Ryan had already ordered room service. Here is the menu in case you’re hungry…..

 

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It’s time to call it a night. It’s great to be back at sea again!

 

Coming up next: Our first day at sea, a Kevin story, and food porn!

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I can't believe that I have never read any of your reviews! I am looking forward to reading this one and the one on the Liberty.

 

I am so sorry for the loss of your son. I can't wait to read your Kevin story later in the review.

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Great review! Looking forward to more. I am so sorry about Kevin. My DDs are 12 and 14 and I couldn't imagine that loss. I am looking forward to hearing a Kevin story as well! Thank you for taking the time to write this review and all the pics ( I know personally how much time and effort that takes)!

 

 

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Thrilled to see this review as I have the Fascination booked for our family cruise but have been so torn trying to decide if I should pay out xtra dollars for Liberty. Now that u have done both back to back maybe u can tell me if she is worth an extra $550 for same days and itinerary?? I'm so torn dont know what to do. Jax is only a 6 hour drive for us. Port Canaveral 9. I have been on all the fantasy class ships except this one and have not been on a conquest class ship but not sure if its worth the xtra drive, gas and dollars. PLEASE HELP. So far I have kept fascination and have a cabana and FTTF for my parents and brother with the extra $$. My dd is 7 so figured she would love water works. Just so torn. Input very much appreciated. Loving the review.

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Thrilled to see this review as I have the Fascination booked for our family cruise but have been so torn trying to decide if I should pay out xtra dollars for Liberty. Now that u have done both back to back maybe u can tell me if she is worth an extra $550 for same days and itinerary?? I'm so torn dont know what to do. Jax is only a 6 hour drive for us. Port Canaveral 9. I have been on all the fantasy class ships except this one and have not been on a conquest class ship but not sure if its worth the xtra drive, gas and dollars. PLEASE HELP. So far I have kept fascination and have a cabana and FTTF for my parents and brother with the extra $$. My dd is 7 so figured she would love water works. Just so torn. Input very much appreciated. Loving the review.

 

If it were me, I would stick to the Fascination for the shorter Bahamas itineraries, especially those with calls at HMC or LSC. Smaller ship means less people to tender and less crowded beaches. The Liberty is a fabulous ship, with all the 2.0 bells and whistles, so save her for when you are able to do a longer cruise to more distant port of calls. Not worth an extra $100./day on your same itinerary IMHO.

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Great review, so sorry for your loss! But glad you all decided to cruise to honor him good choice!!!

 

 

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Thanks for reading, and thanks for setting the record straight on those two points. I learned a couple of new things today. :)

 

We're just happy you folks enjoy your trips to NE Florida and "our" little ship. You might be interested to know that the Dames Point Bridge clearance at high tide limits the size of ship Carnival (and everyone else) can bring to the existing cruise terminal - and beyond. There was a move afoot two or three years ago that had JaxPort building a new cruise terminal in the "historic fishing village" of Mayport. That is the same general area as the Navy Base I'm sure you noticed at the mouth of the river. Contemporary news accounts said other cruise lines were extremely interested in coming here if the height restriction imposed by the bridge was removed. Think about it! This is a clean industry; it creates jobs; creates opportunities for local food, beverage, and service industries; and is great for the entire area which is somewhat depressed at this time. Instead local "activists" protested the new terminal and the political will to go forward wasn't there. Truly a shame - it'll be years for the opportunity to re-emerge.

 

Thanks again for your review!

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Really enjoying your review..a back to back for there may be something I do one day...hate to fly that far for even just 7 days...Sarah

 

Thank you for your sharing your loss with us..honored and very sorry...I have similar beliefs and yet still struggle terribly with loss of my mom 2 years ago August 2nd. I was 52. The loss of a child is the worst.

 

Did they suggest "deet" on your stops? Did you see many mosquitos? Thanks for that one.. Mildly concerned and weighing it out for me right now because of stuff i already deal with.....may hang on west coast a bit longer since here..however there are not too bad back to back prices now for a solo from there and a few other Carnival deals..I am getting close to needing a month away..totally get it and glad you did...whatever I do will be fairly last minute.

 

Thanks soooo much for sharing it all..Godspeed..Sarah

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Really enjoying your review..a back to back for there may be something I do one day...hate to fly that far for even just 7 days...Sarah

 

Thank you for your sharing your loss with us..honored and very sorry...I have similar beliefs and yet still struggle terribly with loss of my mom 2 years ago August 2nd. I was 52. The loss of a child is the worst.

 

Did they suggest "deet" on your stops? Did you see many mosquitos? Thanks for that one.. Mildly concerned and weighing it out for me right now because of stuff i already deal with.....may hang on west coast a bit longer since here..however there are not too bad back to back prices now for a solo from there and a few other Carnival deals..I am getting close to needing a month away..totally get it and glad you did...whatever I do will be fairly last minute.

 

Thanks soooo much for sharing it all..Godspeed..Sarah

 

Thanks for reading Sarah. We appreciate your kind words.

 

They recommended deet on our Liberty cruise for all three ports of call, Aruba, Curacao, and Grand Turk. Nothing was mentioned on our Fascination cruise. Don't recall seeing ANY mosquitos anywhere.

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Time to tell you about our first day at sea…..

 

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We all slept in today…..

 

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We got up around 8:30 and decided that we would start off with the Sea Day Brunch. The brunch is served in the Sensation Dining Room, located on Atlantic Deck 8, mid ship, from 8:30am until 1:00pm. On port days, this dining room would be used for open seating breakfast from 7:30 to 9:30am. We got a table just for the three of us, and the first thing we were served was this lovely basket of breakfast breads and pastries…..

 

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There were many breakfast and lunch selections to choose from. I selected the huevos rancheros…..

 

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Ryan tackled the fat stack pancakes……

 

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Patti settled for a cheddar cheese and tomato omelet. We brought our VIFP free drink coupons with us. Here’s Patti is enjoying hers…..

 

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Our waiter was happy to take a picture of us…..

 

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We enjoyed the brunch very much, and planned on coming back on the last sea day. On the way out we took this picture of the dining room’s namesake…..

 

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Here’s Ryan and Patti on the stairs in the Atrium…..

 

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Patti took this picture of Ryan and I…..

 

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Here are a couple of pictures of the Palace Lounge, the main show lounge, located on Decks 8 & 9 forward…..

 

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At this point, Patti and Ryan decided that they were going to do a little shopping, and then catch the morning session of bingo…..

 

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I needed to go to the internet café to set up an account, so that we could check emails, and communicate with the cat sitter back home. The internet café is located in the Atrium Lobby, Deck 7, starboard side…..

 

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Here are the internet rates and information…..

 

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After finishing up at the internet café, I wanted to head up to the Lido Deck, taking some pictures along the way. Here’s the Guest Services Desk, also located on Deck 7 in the Atrium, right next to the internet café…..

 

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Club 88, which is the Piano Bar, located on Deck 8, next to the Sensation Dining Room, in the Atrium…..

 

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Looking down on the Atrium Bar…..

 

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Looking up at the huge skylight…..

 

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The entrance to the Lido Pool area…..

 

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The Lido Pool Bar, port side…..

 

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The Lido Pool and hot tubs…..

 

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Plenty of chairs still available at this point…..

 

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But if they do get filled up later, here is a message for any would-be chair hogs…..

 

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Here is the omelet station, located by the Lido Pool area, port side. This is open from 7:30 to 10:30 on sea days, and from 7:00 to 10:30 on port days…….

 

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The Lido Pool area drink station…..

 

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This the breakfast grille line, located by the Lido Pool area, starboard side. This line is open from 8:00 until Noon every day, for those late risers…..

 

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These are the two breakfast grille lines, located inside in the Coconut Grove Bar and Grille, one on each side. These are open from 7:30 to 10:30 on sea days, 7:00 to 10:30 on port days…..

 

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You can have a Continental breakfast every day from 6:00 to 10:30…..

 

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The Coconut Grove Bar, located all the way aft on Deck 10…..

 

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The Serenity area is located all the way aft on Deck 9…..

 

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Thanks for reading Sarah. We appreciate your kind words.

 

They recommended deet on our Liberty cruise for all three ports of call, Aruba, Curacao, and Grand Turk. Nothing was mentioned on our Fascination cruise. Don't recall seeing ANY mosquitos anywhere.

Thank YOU for helping my neurosis on the mosquito thing..between you and Wrigley I am in heaven right now...thanks soooo much..

 

I really love the Fantasy class..you have FANTASTIC photos...and a fantastic family...here and just beyond the veil...looking so forward to both reviews..:).

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Seeing as how we just got off the Fascination in late June with two grands...14 and 11...I am just loving your pictures...you are bringing it all back..thanks so much!!

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Here’s a view of Serenity from a deck above…..

 

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Sitting in the shade under the overhang looking aft at the wake…..

 

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The Serenity hot tubs, port and starboard sides…..

 

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Sailing through a rain shower…..

 

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It was getting near noontime, and I had promised Patti that I would meet her in the casino for the first slot tournament of the cruise. I stopped at the casino cashier to pick up my Platinum perk BOGO (Buy One Get One) entries for the slot tournament, giving one to Patti. Cost to enter is $25, but new to me, is that once you pay the original entry fee, you can re-buy for $15 if you want to try your luck again.

 

I was unsuccessful, but Patti qualified for the final round…..

 

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Here is Patti playing in the final round, looking to win that $500 first prize…..

 

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She just fell short, finishing in second place, which won her a seat at the Ultimate Slot Face-Off Tournament Grand Final Event, aboard the Carnival Breeze, sailing November 8th…..

 

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Being a teacher, there was no way that she could go, but until the Splendor deal came along, I was considering going in her place, since the certificate is transferable. Of course, you still have to book the cruise. We now possess two of these certificates, and since we can’t go, we would be willing to transfer them to anyone that can use them dirt cheap. They have to be transferred by October 25th, so if anyone is interested, my email is jpmaskall@verizon.net. The entry fee for this final event is $500 if you wanted to buy in on board.

 

After the slot tournament, I spent the rest of the afternoon playing blackjack, winning back about $100. Meanwhile, Patti and Ryan went to play the afternoon session of bingo, a three game event. Pictured is the assistant CD Gary…..

 

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It is at this point that I need to tell you a Kevin story. Please forgive me, as I briefly turn this review into an episode of Long Island Medium.

 

We believe that existence doesn’t end with the physical world. We believe that our loved ones are still with us, just in a different way. We believed this before we lost Kevin, and we believe it even more now. You can read a dozen different books, by a dozen different mediums, and they will all basically say the same thing about spirit, and how they will leave us “signs” to let us know that they are ok and are still with us. You just need to know what to look for. Skeptics will say that these signs are no more than mere “coincidences”, and we respect that everyone has a right to their own opinions and beliefs. We also believe, when you experience a string of “coincidences”, you need to stand up and take notice. Each of us has received at least one such “sign” since Kevin’s passing, but the “sign” he gave Patti this afternoon at bingo truly boggled our minds! Pictured below, is the bingo card that Patti bought and received. What is unique about this card, are the five numbers in the “I” column…..

 

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Before I explain the significance of those numbers, let’s talk about odds. What are the odds that those particular numbers wind up on the same bingo card? There are a possibility of fifteen numbers that could wind up in the “I” column. Those odds aren’t that bad. Well then, what are the odds that they wind up in that exact order on the same bingo card? Those odds are much, much higher. Then consider that there were probably a couple of thousand bingo cards aboard the ship, and a hundred or so people playing at this session of bingo. I might not have been a math major, but I do know that it was lottery type odds that Patti would receive this particular card.

 

Now let’s talk about the numbers. The first four numbers in the “I” column 18, 20, 26, 24 are our birth dates. The fifth and last number in the “I” column is Kevin’s death date (22). There is even more. During the course of the three games, none of those numbers were ever called. Lastly, Ryan, playing his own card, won one of the games by himself, winning $150. We now return you to your regularly scheduled review. Ryan’s winning bingo card……

 

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Ryan proudly showing off his winner…..

 

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Around 5pm, Patti and I made our way to the Serenity hot tubs. We find that at this time, most people are making their way inside to get ready for dinner, and the evenings activities, leaving the pools and hot tubs nearly empty. We hung out there for about an hour, until it was time to get ready for Elegant Night dinner. That’s me relaxing in the hot tub……

 

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Patti and Ryan went to the 7pm family comedy show that featured both comedians, and were not impressed. Dinner though, was a different story. Everything was just wonderful. Ryan and Patti…..

 

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Dad and Ryan……

 

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We all enjoyed everything that we ordered tonight. I started with the stuffed white mushrooms……

 

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Next, I had an order of the alligator fritters…..

 

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Then, I had two orders of these babies…..

 

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For dessert, I had the cherries jubilee…..

 

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Patti enjoyed her spring rolls, lobster, and banana cake. Ryan as almost always, stuck to the chicken. Then it was show time…..

 

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They gave their best rendition of “That’s Amore”…..

 

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Afterwards, Ryan went off to Club O2, Patti went to do a little shopping before turning in, and I went to the casino to play blackjack for a while. There was a live band playing at the Stars Bar on the Promenade. They were called “Remembering Melanie”, and they were pretty good…..

 

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I played until it was time to catch the 11:30 adult comedy show. I had won another $100, so I was back to being even for the cruise. Tonight’s comedian was James Sibley, and he was very good. Be sure to catch one of his shows if he is on your cruise.

 

After the show it was time to head to bed. Tonight along with our towel animal, we were given our Platinum gifts, which were the Tervis Tumblers. We love them…..

 

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It had been another great day!!! Good Night!!

 

Coming up next: Nassau, a Ryan story, and even more food porn!!

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