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Harmony Aug 4, 2019 - We're not on Empress anymore.

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8 minutes ago, John&LaLa said:

 

 

 

No charge for taking money out at slot machines. I've taken $100 so far.

 

 

 

 

Question  about this, since once again on your thread I am confused.

 

So we currently have $600 OBC for our next summer cruise.

 

Is it possible to get this out on a slot machine with no added fees?

 

How?

 

Is it the same way you cash out your cruise earned points and convert to $$.

 

Another question, If you cash out your points do you lose the chance of earning a discount of a future cruise (certificate).

 

TY

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14 minutes ago, jagsfan said:
45 minutes ago, Ourusualbeach said:

Night lights were  in the balconies.

The comment I read was referring to battery operated tea lights in cruise ship bathrooms. 

Specifically that newer ships have night lights in the bathrooms so no need for tea lights.  


Yes, the light fixture in the bathroom has a built-in nightlight on the newer ships.  Basically, the bathroom light never "turns off" -- it's either in super-dim mode or regular light mode.

 

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15 minutes ago, jagsfan said:

The comment I read was referring to battery operated tea lights in cruise ship bathrooms. 

Specifically that newer ships have night lights in the bathrooms so no need for tea lights.  

 

You asked specifically if there were night lights in the Junior Suites and balconies.  I replied that there were night lights in the balconies.

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1 hour ago, A&L_Ont said:

John, a couple boarding day logistics questions. Over the last three weeks has Harmony embarked/disembarked on the port side in PC?  I think you have been somehow related to each sailing by boarding or disembarking. I’m wondering if life boat drills will be this week?

 

After muster is there a better side of the side of the ship to be on for sailaway?  I’m guessing starboard. 

 

Thanks. 

 

She has been nose east both our boarding days.

You need to be Starboard to see the folks on the Jetty and beautiful Cocoa Beach.

I cant recall seeing lifeboats in the water in Pt Canaveral.  Port probably to busy.

They favor docking on starboard because of the escalator on deck 3

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20 minutes ago, jagsfan said:

The comment I read was referring to battery operated tea lights in cruise ship bathrooms. 

Specifically that newer ships have night lights in the bathrooms so no need for tea lights.  

 

 

Yes ambient lighting in the bathroom. Probably because of availability of LED lighting 

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8 minutes ago, Lionesss said:

 

 

Question  about this, since once again on your thread I am confused.

 

So we currently have $600 OBC for our next summer cruise.

 

Is it possible to get this out on a slot machine with no added fees?

 

How?

 

Is it the same way you cash out your cruise earned points and convert to $$.

 

Another question, If you cash out your points do you lose the chance of earning a discount of a future cruise (certificate).

 

TY

 

Tap your seapass on the slot machine, enter your pin, 4 digit birth date in MM/DD format, transfer money to machine.  Now either take a spin or hit cash out. Grab ticket, head to cage, get cash.  Easy Peasy

 

I doubt it impacts your CR status

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9 hours ago, John&LaLa said:

First off, apologies for that last post. To many pictures.  I'll try and keep the numbers down to 4-5 in the future.

 

Never too many pictures! Keep posting as many as your broadband will allow. Great pic of you and Laura. I hope one day Linda and I can be on the same cruise with you. Would love to drink some cocktails and share stories.

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Just now, molly361 said:

Great review. It almost feels like I am there with you😇

Oh wait...

 

Hope you and Dan are having a great time.

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29 minutes ago, Swank Pad G said:

Never too many pictures!

It is when someone quotes such a long post.

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4 minutes ago, John&LaLa said:

W T F @chengkp75

 

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Found in gift shop, no indication it's marine approved, or if that's even possible 



Says SURGE PROTECTOR right on the face of it.... would love to hear their excuse for confiscating power bars in The Naughty Room!!!

 

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29 minutes ago, Biker19 said:

It is when someone quotes such a long post.

Yes I do hate it when they do that. It’s so easy to delete the pictures from a quote. I wish more people would do that.

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On 8/18/2019 at 8:27 PM, John&LaLa said:

Headed back to Pt Canaveral,  medical emergency 

 

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Must have turned around a while ago.

 

Coco Cay arrival pushed back to 11am, but we're staying until 6pm. 

Did you go to Coco Cay yesterday? Maybe I just missed your thread about it.

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Hey John! I am sailing in 12 days.

 

Can you tell me how the TV signal is received by the TVs? IE, is it a CAT cable or HDMI?

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2 hours ago, John&LaLa said:

 

They favor docking on starboard because of the escalator on deck 3

I am sure that is a factor in ports of call but not so much in PC where she most likely boards on deck 5 like in PE.

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2 hours ago, Biker19 said:

It is when someone quotes such a long post.

 

And it takes forever to delete the excess info

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1 hour ago, Drock20J said:

Hey John! I am sailing in 12 days.

 

Can you tell me how the TV signal is received by the TVs? IE, is it a CAT cable or HDMI?

 

Our TV's don't really move. Very flush to the wall so it's hard to tell. It feels like a CAT5 network plug. They are Samsung. 

 

Std cabin TV's swivel so you can get to the inputs. 

 

So I took it off the wall 😱

Definitely a CAT5. Input says LAN

 

Also has 1 HDMI, 1 USB, and an RG6 PLUG.

Typical of a Hospitality unit

 

My issue with plugging things in and accessing the inputs,  is putting it back the way it was when you leave. Please be considerate of the next occupants. 

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6 minutes ago, Ourusualbeach said:

 

Going above and beyond.

 

Yep, guess where I am now.😉

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46 minutes ago, John&LaLa said:

 

Std cabin TV's swivel so you can get to the inputs. 

 

So I took it off the wall 😱

Definitely a CAT5. Input says LAN

 

Also has 1 HDMI, 1 USB, and an RG6 PLUG.

Typical of a Hospitality unit

 

 

We have a Large Balcony room. We are bring a device to play DVDs for my 2-year old daughter.

 

Also, thanks for checking... i mean, you didn't need to go THAT far, but I greatly appreciate it!

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