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    Rhapsody of the Seas- November 2019 * Serenade of the Seas- 2013 * Crown Princess- 2010 * Enchantment of the Seas- 2010 *Caribbean Princess- 2009 * Star Princess- 2007 *Voyager of the Seas- 2006

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  1. Thanks for tuning in to my no-so-live coverage. Happy holidays and Happy New Year!
  2. Post-cruise blues & Reflections on Rhapsody I’ve been hit hard by a wave of the post-cruise blues. If you’ve been on a cruise before, you know what I’m talking about. You know that moment when you look out the window and realize that you’re going to be stuck in the same “port” until your next vacation? Or that icky feeling you get in your soul when you start to go through cruise withdrawal? I’ve basically been blue since I got home and it’ll only go away once the next vacation is in the planning process. Post-cruise blues only can mean one thing- I had a good time. I went six y
  3. All the cruise compasses have been uploaded to the blog for those of you doing your Rhapsody research
  4. Booking a trip at the end of hurricane season thinking it would be IMPOSSIBLE for a storm to affect my trip. There ended up being a storm out at sea and the ship was rocking and rolling. I am prone to getting sea sickness, but thought that over the counter medicine would be sufficient. There wasn’t enough Bonine on that ship to get me through that vacation. It was such a horrible experience that I *almost* gave up cruising for good.
  5. Here are most of the MDR menus including the special Thanksgiving menu.
  6. Just got back from a cruise and used the 6-port version as well. Ended up not needing to use the 2nd outlet or the European outlets. 6-port charged everything I needed and more.
  7. @AshleyDillo I really love the idea. I got such a kick out of finding my duck and I searched for more of them for the rest of the cruise. It did brighten up my day and love that it’s become part of the cruise culture
  8. Here’s a 49 second compilation video of some meals from the MDR. Some bites were eaten on land, but majority of food was consumed on the ship IMG_0583.MOV
  9. I put together a 49 second video showing several meals eaten onboard Rhapsody of the Seas last week. There are a few bites that were eaten on land, but the majority of food was consumed on the ship. Enjoy! IMG_0583.MOV
  10. Here’s a glimpse of the last night in the MDR. The table in front of me really got into the celebration. 171D4BD8-EB90-4241-9DAD-AC3DE213BB1D.MOV
  11. Did you know that hiding rubber ducks onboard is a thing? I found one!
  12. Day 8- Debarkation Day Yesterday was our last full day on the ship and we spent most of the day at the Solarium. It was a nice respite from the rowdy outdoor pool area that was mostly dominated by younger kids. Some people on the message boards have voiced concern about the under 16 age restriction not being enforced in the Solarium. We spent a good part of the day here and I never saw a child in the pool, hot tub, or sitting in any of the chairs. Thanksgiving Meal: Thursday night was a formal night and they served a traditional turkey dinner in the MDR. Since Thursday was the
  13. Here are a few more photos from the ship. The crowd was sparse last night and most folks were probably packing. That’s why you don’t see many people at the pool.
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