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  1. Hmmm.....don't see a menus tab. Where is this?
  2. This is our second cruise and our first on Royal Caribbean (Liberty of the Seas to West Caribbean in August). I was wondering how much cocktails typically cost to decide if an alcohol package is worth it to us. I like Baileys, Kailua, and Frangelico over ice however, I read about the Bailey's banana colada that sounds tasty. My husband always orders Negroni's (Sapphire gin, campari, and vermouth) and I love Mojito's. Would all these come under $12 such that they would be free with a package? We both like micro brews which aren't sold on the cruise ship. Also, are the non-alcoholic drinks free with meals. Is there an open cafeteria that you can always enter to get a free coke or juice or coffee? I am trying to see if I should get my teens the mocktail package or just the coke package. Can I bring a six pack of water bottle on board? Is the policy 2 bottles per stateroom or one per over 21 drinker assuming two per room? They split my husband and I up with our two teens (their policy) so technically there is an over 21 adult in each of our rooms so could we bring a total of 4 bottles of wine/champagne? I assume hard alcohol is not allowed as a bottle? Our last cruise we bought hard alcohol from the ship that was in our room on Day 1. Does RC do this too? Thanks all!
  3. Thank you all for the great suggestions. We will be on the Liberty so it will have to be Post Its. Also, my husband wants to know how strict are they for bringing alcohol on board. We will be leaving Galveston for a Cozumel/Grand Cayman/Jamaica 7 day cruise.
  4. We are traveling on our first Royal Caribbean cruise this August and wanted to know how most cruisers stay connected between family members onboard. We have my whole extended family traveling so we have a total of 5 rooms on 3 different decks (2, 6, and 9). Our teens are on Deck 2 and we are on Deck 9. I am guessing the only way to text each other to coordinate meeting places and times is by buying the internet packages - is this correct? I was hoping to have my teens off their social media and not have wifi but then we won't be able to connect with each other onboard. How do other families handle this?
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