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  1. Art! Found this in an article. On Symphony, the car is a Volkswagon beetle that has been crushed into a round ball, thus becoming a sculpture rather than a classic car.
  2. Found these. Only 2 on 21 July, Oasis, Mariner. Independence on 24 July.
  3. How does that work? Celebrity cruises also, yes?
  4. From Grammarphobia. Q: Why do we have two words for a small island—“key” and “cay”? And are they related to “quay,” the word for a wharf? A: “Key” and “cay” are just different spellings of the same 17th-century word for a small, low island, especially in the Caribbean or off the coast of Florida. “Key” is more common in Florida and “cay” in the Caribbean, and it’s likely that local customs and place names have kept the different spellings alive. As we’ll explain later, both of them are probably derived from “quay,” a word from French that means a wharf. First let’s talk about the pronunciations. “Key” is pronounced KEE, like the unrelated word for something that opens a lock. “Cay” is usually pronounced the same way (KEE), but some dictionaries give an alternate pronunciation, KAY. “Quay” was originally pronounced KEE, and that’s still the preferred pronunciation (it was once spelled “key”). Some dictionaries give only that pronunciation, though in American English two variant pronunciations are recognized as standard: KAY and KWAY.
  5. Look at the really small print bottom left under day 5.
  6. Making money, retired....My wife.
  7. Just posted this on another thread, showing just 2.
  8. Found this. Believe it's fairly current. Hope it helps. https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://www.cruisewithgambee.com/royal-caribbean-spa-prices-2/&ved=2ahUKEwiKncPQ5YjnAhVlvFkKHW0VCp4QtaYDegQIARAY&usg=AOvVaw05f9MYDfagnWFK_RFoc71F
  9. From one of @Matt's old blog articles. https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://www.royalcaribbeanblog.com/2013/09/19/best-ways-be-romantic-royal-caribbean-cruise&ved=2ahUKEwi6zJDSzYjnAhXiuFkKHQ_hAHkQFjAPegQIAhAB&usg=AOvVaw3izvl0VDicm0XR28fleonu&cshid=1579195041001 But like previously said, it's what you make of it and the effort you put into it. Good luck and enjoy your time together. 🥂🍻🍾
  10. Besides this year's planned ones, my wife is still looking for a Spring 2021 trip. But she's already picked this one out for the fall. Nov 27 - Dec 4, 2021. Eastern, Perfect Day. Miami Symphony Owner's Suite. Like I've said before, my wife is slowly moving us up and closer to Star Class.
  11. Agree. Go to your dining room once on board day 1. There should be the head waiter or someone at the door who can help you with this. We've seen both large round and elongated oval tables that might work for you.
  12. Here's some port info. No problem showing up early. Depending on when they start boarding, if you're in a suite or if you have Crown and Anchor status, you'll probably be on board before 1230, drink in hand. 🍹 https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://www.miamidade.gov/portmiami/parking-information.asp&ved=2ahUKEwihpMPS2oTnAhXxp1kKHQyXCNAQFjAKegQIBxAB&usg=AOvVaw0Ycsm16iUHCRF5NstzE7QI&cshid=1579061151809
  13. @WAAAYTOOO probably could answer this for you.
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