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tonyfsu21

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  1. Endless Summer down here. I would expect 70’s. If anything, I would prepare more for rain then anything resembling that thing you Northerners call cold.
  2. IMHO it’s your vacation and you should dress in whatever makes you comfortable. I have never witnessed a crew member turn anyone away or even acknowledge the fact that there is any type of dress code.
  3. Anyone have this booked yet? Price is steep @ $1600 but considering booking for next Thanksgiving. I can’t wait to see the reviews start to come in once it’s open.
  4. Completely the opposite. Oasis class ships seem to be the only ships that don’t feel crowded despite the volume of people.
  5. Chris Wong is most likely putting out fires from guests that apparently were not getting points last night on the machines. Multiple hours of play and 0.00 points....
  6. The boarding times are BS and meant as an attempt to control the crowding. 10:30am is the sweet spot.
  7. We go every year on Thanksgiving. Can’t think of a better way to spend Thanksgiving then being on an Oasis class ship!
  8. I just drove by the Manhattan Pizza place. I’ve only had bad experiences here. Franco & Vinny’s Pizza Shack is way better.
  9. Here’s some Breakfast spots to try before you go to the port. I personally don’t recommend the Waffle house but to each his own. Top Hat Deli (Newer trendy spot downtown) Lesters Diner (local diner been here forever) Joes Diner (next door to La Bamba in the Harbor Shoppes)
  10. IMHO you cannot go wrong with any one of the Oasis Class ships. This class of ships defines the industry. Can’t wait to try Odyssey when she makes it to Fort Lauderdale. I’m looking forward to relaxing in one of those tiered pools in the solarium which ive always wanted to try.
  11. I think I’m ahead money wise with casino Royale but not by much. The perks of the club were decent at one time but I’m not impressed at all with the current program. The cruise certificates are useless because there are way too many stipulations for applying them. IMHO NCL and even the lowest tier budget line Carnival have better player programs for people that spend significantly in the casinos. RC needs to toss the “new” program and start over with something that’s more refined.
  12. Trust me that no amount of money won in that casino would compensate for my two kids being up all night crying. Needless to say, I bring my wallet with me now!
  13. Yes, sorry I should have been clear on that. This was a win on a slot machine
  14. Let me preface my question with the fact that I am a tax paying American citizen. Question- If the ship is presumably in international waters when the casino is open and the ship is not registered in the United States then why do I have to pay tax on my casino winnings over $1199.99? I understand the fact that most cruises are closed loop so I end up back in the US eventually but why is a W2-G thrown at me while I’m at sea? I recently won some money and left my wallet w/ license in my stateroom. I had to go retrieve my license late night for this W2-G and in doing so I woke up my little kids. Wife not happy.
  15. I piggyback off my wife who is a kick butt attorney. She files suit against the cruise lines, they pay her and then we book a nice cruise!
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