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7 minutes ago, Sea Dog said:

@BirdTravels Thank you so much for the Schooner drink menu. Question, they used to have a drink called the "Baton Rouge" which was made with rum and cognac, I did not see it on your posted menu. Happen to know if they still serve it? It's a great cocktail.

Do you a Red Stick recipe?  Sounds great.  

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Awhile back there was a question about the jogging track. And a question about “socially distant” chair hogs. No problems getting a lounger on a sea day. (Yeah,,,, there are a few people on the ship with the Bird)

 

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27 minutes ago, Tigerman4LSU said:

Do you a Red Stick recipe?  Sounds great.  

Not sure I know what you mean by Red Stick? Here is a pic of the menu from Harmony's Schooner Bar that had the ingredients in a "Baton Rouge" cocktail.  It was really good.

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2 hours ago, BirdTravels said:

Good Morning Adventure of the Seas!

 

After two relaxing beach days, it is time for a relaxing sea day. 
 

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Who else cried when they saw this picture?    So happy for all who are sailing!!  Just a few weeks and I'll be leaving on my 118th cruise!  Been too long... Thanks, Bird, for making me cry!!  So happy (and jealous) for you!   

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20 minutes ago, Sea Dog said:

Not sure I know what you mean by Red Stick? Here is a pic of the menu from Harmony's Schooner Bar that had the ingredients in a "Baton Rouge" cocktail.  It was really good.

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Baton Rouge means "red stick."

 

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22 minutes ago, Sea Dog said:

Not sure I know what you mean by Red Stick? Here is a pic of the menu from Harmony's Schooner Bar that had the ingredients in a "Baton Rouge" cocktail.  It was really good.

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Not sure what he means either but Baton Rouge is French for Red Stick.

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2 hours ago, BirdTravels said:

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This probably sounds like a ridiculous question, but what brand of tea are they offering on board these days? I'm kind of particular about my tea, and have been disappointed in the past with what they've offered.

 

Do they still have coffee and tea available during the day, outside of meal times?

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4 hours ago, Trixie21 said:

Sorry if I have missed this,  but what is the logic behind not having the windjammer open for dinner? Surely having another venue open for dinner would only help to space people out and improve social distancing ?

Since the WJ food is served by waitstaff, we are assuming they need the wait staff in the MDR and other speciality dining options during the dinner hour.      Plus with only a 1000 passengers onboard they probably don't want to cook all the food for the WJ buffet and have a lot go to waste. 

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57 minutes ago, BirdTravels said:

Awhile back there was a question about the jogging track. And a question about “socially distant” chair hogs. No problems getting a lounger on a sea day. (Yeah,,,, there are a few people on the ship with the Bird)

 

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the pool deck is open on such a beautiful sea day.

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3 hours ago, BirdTravels said:

So,,, there is no “dress code”. At formal dinner last night, the table next to us and another in our section were T-shirt and shorts tables. There was zero formal attire in the entire restaurant that we could see (and we were looking because of this question). No one is going to judge you. You paid as much for your stateroom as they did. You are on Vacation. Enjoy. 

 

On FB post, I saw the Pope decked out in MDR. Looked like his formal outfit🤣🤣

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But they encourage touchless brochures 

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5 minutes ago, BirdTravels said:

But they encourage touchless brochures 

HA! They should just cover that up with a "Go to www.royalcaribbean.com for more information on our wonderful cruise options including BOGO!!"

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2 minutes ago, BirdTravels said:

The Royal Promenade is the busy thoroughfare on the ship with shops filled with guests with a pent up demand to shop on the seas. 
 

Are you sure you aren't solo LOL

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