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Rick M

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About Rick M

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  • Birthday 12/29/1965

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    Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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    Cruising and travel
  1. If you are sailing on an Oasis class ship, the Solarium has a nice buffet for lunch and it is pretty quiet.
  2. You do not get points faster, but I signed up wife and kids at same time. Sign up wife and she will get points earned on past cruise as well.
  3. Yes, includes any alcohol like wine, liquor and beer.
  4. As soon as you board ship, go to kiosk or any specialty restaurant and make your reservations. Most times should still be available.
  5. I am with you, except I share one suitcase with myb2 teenage son's. The wife and all her crap is in the larger suitcase.
  6. I would have too say the Vatican in Rome, Florence, Venice and Istanbul(Hagia Sofia and the Blue Mosque).
  7. I do not think it is worth it. I have a Jr. suite booked in Aug 2020 for Alaska, but I would not pay more. However, if you have a regular suite, depending on the ship, you have access to the Concierge Club and Coastal Kitchen or some other suite only access areas. As a Jr. suite we do not have those perks. I do not think it is worth the price deference.
  8. You have a small fridge in your cabin. Ask your room steward to bring you a cork screw and 2 wine glasses, they do this gladly. If you want to have it at dinner, they will store it for you, but they do charge a corkage fee, usually 10 or 15 dollars to open and store it. Still a lot cheaper than buying the bottle on board.
  9. You may want to do both dining venues. The windjammer is as fast to eat at as you like. The MDR will take at least 1 and 1/2 hours to eat a complete meal, apps, main course and dessert. You can reduce the time if you forgo a course. And specialty restaurants will take up to 2 hours as well. If you like pizza, there is Sorrento's as well which is super quick.
  10. The excursions and anything else you booked is fully refundable. If you booked cruise and have the refundable fare and it is more than 90 days away, you can just cancel. However, if you did not book a refundable cruise it cost $100 per person to make a change. This happened to me when i switched from March to July on Allure and I had a non refundable deposit. Cost me 400 for 4 of us.
  11. My kids were is same room, right above guest services, and it was very quiet at night. We were right across hall in an ocean balcony.
  12. Non alcoholic beverages, except for the wine. If only 1 adult is sailing, you are only allowed 1 bottle of wine plus 12 beverages.
  13. It was just a 3 nighter. Those tend to be roadies crowds on the less expensive cruise lines, even RCCL.
  14. Perhaps Matt can answer this, is the tip for the included first day lunch with the key program included?
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