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  1. I'm going to be traveling with my 2 children, an 18 year old and a 12 year old. I'm booked in one room with one child and my girlfriend is booked in the other room with other child. Is it going to be a problem switching rooms after we board? I'd rather stay with girlfriend. Are we going to be able to get extra room keys? Thanks
  2. You veteran cruisers, do you book through RCI or a local travel agent or an online booking agency? This being my first time, I went through Cruises Only (online) and I don't know whether that was the best way to go. The cabin selection seemed awfully scarce for so far in advance.
  3. Hello All, I am not sure who the person I would direct this idea to so I hope the correct person reads this topic. So I was thinking it would be nice to have an area that post pictures of staterooms located on all RCCL ships. Pictures of staterooms help me with the following: If bed is by window or slider The configuration of the bathroom Does it have a shower curtain or enclosure If it has a balcony does it have an obstructed view or the view it provides A way to confirm the "symbols" RCCL provides on deck plans match with picture (upper berths, sofa bed,connecting door, the locati
  4. Hi Just wondering if someone could tell me what the dimensions are for the door to category H ocean view stateroom
  5. I have been looking at stateroom options via our travel agents online site and some rooms say guaranteed whereas others don't. This is our first ever cruise, we booked a superior balcony stateroom on Explorer of the Seas for when it comes to the UK in June. We have a room number on our booking but it does not say anything on the website about it being guaranteed so does this mean that our room may be changed? Surely we can't be downgraded in room?!
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