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PRebecca

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  1. These are definitely my biggest concerns for November, it's my husband's luck that this would happen to us. It's not nearly enough of a concern to cancel but it's in the back of the worry part of my brain!
  2. Welcome! I found some of the most useful information on port stop options right here on these boards by searching the port name in the excursions section. You're definitely in the right spot to get some good information! Enjoy the research part of your journey
  3. This sailing is what's keeping me going!! Thanks for creating the RC
  4. Sign. Me. Up. Already responded to my MEI hero and plan to make this #1 of my list of things to do on the 24th, find the booking I want! GREAT news!!
  5. I am also planning this port visit today and sticking with a ship excursion because who knows... I am currently looking at "Discover St Thomas and Magen's Bay" simply because I dont know where to start. So many excursions look amazing and we'd like to explore a little of the local culture as well as the beach, but am now considering the Secret Sands and Skyline Drive option instead. I have nothing to value to add here, it's just nice to be planning cruise activities again
  6. Did anyone ever figure out the trick? Resizing didn't seem to help and hoping Matt doesn't have to manually deal with each one that tries uploading.
  7. Hi all! We're currently booked on the Thanksgiving RCB GC for November 2021 (and it can't come quick enough) in what will be our first 'real' suite. For this first time in a LONG time I'm checking pricing for other cruises and noticed there's an 8 day Allure trip with 4 ports that very much appeal to me for $1,500 less than the 7 day Harmony trip in the same suite class. Any idea why that would be priced lower than the 7 day Harmony? Is there something I am missing or is it just the random price differences we see? That itin is Dominican Republic, St. Thomas, St. Marin and St. Kitt
  8. lots of folks will say to skip this port but the few times I've gone I'd explored and had a great day. The first time we went to Atlantis, we got tickets direct from Atlantis' website, took a cab and beat the crowds and had a great day at the waterpark. The next time we got off and went to Junkanoo Beach, it was within walking distance and we just chilled for a couple hours and again had a great time. The first time years ago we went to the straw market and then I think Senior Frogs if memory serves (after Senior Frogs I may not remember right). The next time we go I plan to get a cab to one o
  9. speciality coffee first thing in the AM, with a bottle of water. then colada's by the pool, or whatever the drink is around the pool that day, several! I'll try anything more specialty iced coffee, and water around lunch time I like to go to a couple bars and ask them to make me whatever they like to make- whether it's their speciality drink or just some fun new drink they enjoy or whatever, it's a "surprise me" moment and they seem happy to comply. more iced coffee and water on the rocks drinks with dinner; again either specialty frozen or anything on the rocks m
  10. My January sailing shows me checked in already with my details from the cancelled one from this summer or fall (I don't know which one there were 3 shorties cancelled); I just updated my photo and left it as is! I also had an 11:30 check in instead of 2:30 so that was sweet; although I know it's most likely a moot point.
  11. Quick interruption, sorry. @Lovetocruise2002 you have great hair!
  12. My favorite memory from the last cruise I took was in January on Mariner. We'd just been reintroduced to cruising, caught the bug and had booked a few future trips for my husband and I but didn't have many we'd already taken. I managed to talk my cousin into going on a weekend Mariner trip for his 40th birthday and of course I had to come along, it was just the 2 of us. I'd been reading these boards and hearing about solo cruising and it really appealed to me since I have much more PTO annually than my husband, but didn't think I would actually go on vacation by myself. My cousin ended u
  13. I'm also anxiously awaiting the next round of cancellations. We booked an alternate November land based socially distant vacation but would feel so much better with an official cancellation.
  14. this is exactly why I haven't cancelled my November trip. I have almost no hope of it going; but if it does and I'm not on it for my first 7 night cruise and in a suite I will feel regret no matter what Caribbean Island I may end up on in place of the trip.
  15. I'm embarrassed to admit just how much of my spare time I've spent researching this option!
  16. I am in South(west) Florida and that's how we in my family got tested. No exposure or symptoms required. I don't think it was the PRC test or whatever is accepted for traveling but it worked for our peace of mind and daughter going back to college.
  17. I spend a LOT of my free time planning trips for 2021. I have a girls trip the beginning of the year, our 10th anniversary trip in the summer, our 'big' cruise in the fall and am hoping to work in another weekend cruise once things resume. I've learned a lot about Caribbean vacations the last few months! Planning and researching is something I immensely enjoy
  18. oh wow, now I want to book a balcony near the Solarium on an Oasis ship That's awesome!
  19. Our January sailing still has at $1499 (Mariner). Shucks. Have a great time on your trip!
  20. I can't believe that Coco Beach club Floating cabana price! SIGN ME UP! *scurries to check cabana pricing on future cruises*
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