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  1. Final day ...*tears*... today is Perfect Day at Coco Cay. I actually really enjoyed this location with all of the new renovations. I mean besides the fact that it was ridiculously hot (and I’m from Miami but it was a scorcher). Ate breakfast, then made our way off the ship to the pool bar and stat there for a bit. Enjoyed a couple drinks, then went over and watched a few volley ball tournaments, (my younger brother played in a few). Ended our time on the island, at the beach portion, where we saw a Manta Ray. That was pretty cool. We then headed over to the Oasis pool to close out. Th
  2. Sorry for the delay.....unfortunately after coming back from the cruise, life picks up again So Day 6 was our final sea day, and this was the day that they did all the celebrations for the 50th Birthday. Although we had the balloon drop on the first night, they had a second tonight with Black and Gold Balloons. Overall was a pretty relaxing day, didn’t do much besides hit the few things on the ship that we hadn’t done yet. Also they a had izkate 2.0 tonight, which is a nice stunt type show in my opinion. Tomorrow is the final day, and it ends at Perfect Day Coco Cay. Dinner tonigh
  3. Day 5 of the cruise, started a little different, decided to go down to Windjammer, just to try something different, since CK menu remains the same everyday. Not too bad, also met my other family that was on board there, so that was also a plus. Today was Puerto Rico day, we actually arrived into port earlier, so wanted to try and get off early if we could since we had to be back by 330pm. So once we made it off the ship, PR is absolutely beautiful only wish we had more time to really explore the city. Took a quick tour of a couple sights, it was blazing hot outside.... made sure to stop and
  4. Ok so I’m back home, so let me catch up the rest of the way thru the cruise. Day 4 was St.Maarten. Started off the day as with most days in CK, then went back grabbed my book bag and we were off. Island was beautiful, found a guide that offered a tour of the entire city (Dutch Side and a French side) for $10/person, so seemed like a pretty good deal. We did 5r tour which took about 3 hrs, then headed back, had to stop and pick up a couple “duty free items” lol. Finally back on the ship, showered and relaxes a bit then off to dinner at Jamie’s (sorry didn’t remember pictures) to end t
  5. Final night on board. I will update the last couple days once I make it back home. Unfortunately tonight I have to do that dreaded task again and pack bags ..... This was an excellent cruise, great experience, so much fun. Can’t wait until the next......Star class from now on. One additional thing, Sunil is leaving 12/14 for anyone that is cruising symphony after that.... i will update on the other days and perfect day at cocoa tomorrow.
  6. Typically we send messages via Facebook messenger, but he says if we need anything quicker we can call him. The app doesn’t have a way to communicate (I don’t think)
  7. I used the app. It has all the menus there. But I did send Sunil a message with what we wanted and he had it delivered. I had the same luck as you, I tried calling and I never got thru, or it was more hassle than I wanted to deal with so I just asked Sunil and he took care of it for me.
  8. Day 3 (At Sea Day 2), so today started with an actual plan of things to do, even at sea. First things first... breakfast at CK.... very good as Always, followed by a private bridge tour for the 3 of the Star Class Rooms (total of 9 people on the tour), was amazing to see the amount of technology that goes into guiding this ship. That was exciting. From there, proceeded to go back to the room really quickly to drop some things off, not before Sunil asked that we give him things to do. So to oblige, I asked for lunch from Izumi and then seats at the aqua nation show (point of humor, I sent Su
  9. Ok.... so Day 2 was interesting..... pretty much a relaxing day. Explored the ship here and there, I asked Sunil about the escape room and he reserved us a private session..... (We Made It Out!!). From there, we took it easy and enjoyed the ship, around 7pm we went to dinner at Wonderland. all I can say.... #NotAFan and I’ll leave it at that.... After Dinner we met up with Sunil and he had seats for us at 1977, another great show. (Ps we have definitely been taking advantage of the Starbucks inclusion on board.) I’m really enjoying this Star Class Life! After the show, to try and
  10. Night ended watching the balloon drop..... and not much more. New Day.... out on the open seas.... excited for what’s in store...
  11. So, after a brief sit with Sunil for discussion of perks, etc, we went off to lunch at Coastal Kitchen. Wasn’t really crowded (I think because of the time, as the night progressed, I have seen and interacted with many pinnacle guests (one of which last night is from Canada @Lovetocruise2002 (they have 4 cruises including this one before the end of the year #Jealous) Fast forward...... for Dinner tonight, Sunil booked us in Hooked. I was really excited actually as I’m a big seafood person! When we arrive, to say the greeting and service was subpar would be an understatement. We arrived
  12. PS, for anyone wondering as I was if there is a second minibar upstairs, the answer is yes
  13. Once we arrived at the waiting area, they told us that Sunil had just took another family up and would be back shortly, (We weren’t in a rush and truthfully we made it through security faster than I even thought possibly anyway so, I had nothing but time). Sunil arrives, and after a brief conversation, we are off and on headed on the ship (our bags right next to us with the porter), get to the elevator (he uses his “magic key”) no waiting or stopping to get to deck 17! (Too bad i cant get one of these the entire cruise ) Made it upstairs to the suite.... and OMG! I’m blown away!
  14. So, having finally experienced day one of being star class, I must say I and completed and utterly impressed. From the time that I walked into the port, it was seamless. Checked in, they took us off to the side and up the elevators, and straight to security. Entire process from car to inside the terminal awaiting the genie took possibly 5-7minutes. (#MindBlown) (There’s a couple photos of the port experience and the waiting area.)
  15. Excellent.... didn’t get to go into detail about it yesterday, was a long day. But that’s coming next!
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