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  1. They have fried rice. I had Kung Pao chicken. They have sweet and sour Shrimp but you said no seafood. Wonder if they’d give him some chicken without the Kung pao and some sweet and sour sauce. here’s the menu here are all the menus https://saintgregtravel.com/menus
  2. Think I've got that going on as well. I price matched the cabo whale watching excursion and I never received an email from them but the price of the excursion has adjusted. I'm probably going to call just to make sure they have the OBC on my account since I don't have the email and it isn't showing in my documents.
  3. Someone on fb said their PVP told them a boat would be hired for fireworks.
  4. Some people did. I don’t know if everyone did. I was surprised that I was always able leave the games to go to a comedy show then come back and still get a seat.
  5. They could eat in port....and brunch on sea days.
  6. The buffet keeps a lot of people out of the places I want to eat.
  7. That’s where I watched primetime nfl games in December.
  8. Magic has TVs with sports on in the Red Frog Pub and the Casino. The Dream class didn’t have sports bars but they brought them back with Vista.
  9. I think they had the ability to show more games but the bartenders didn't even attempt to change the channels. I believe they had three of the noon games on in the casino bar then one other one in the red frog pub. They had four of the noon games on which leads me to believe they had the ability to show all of the noon games. As for championship games they had all of the ones that were on ESPN channels. The sports bar pictures you are looking at are from Glory, a conquest class ship, not Vista. That was the first week of college football season on a ship sailing out of Louisiana containing a lot of people from Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama. Louisiana-Lafayette (they like to call themselves Louisiana) and Mississippi State were on then I believe Alabama was on after them. This is the Vista sports bar. I spent no time in there since it was the last week of February.
  10. I don't have any experience with it but I have researched a similar possibility for my upcoming Panorama cruise. From my research there doesn't seem to be a rental car company located at the port. The closest ones seem to be on W Ocean Blvd. They have an Enterprise, Avis, Budget and Hertz. Then you could take the free passport bus back to the port. You can go on the individual company websites and travel sites to get a quote on picking up at one location and dropping off at another. It's usually a little more expensive that way. You may also have luck on the west coast departures board. https://boards.cruisecritic.com/forum/315-west-coast-departures/
  11. I posted my response in the New Orleans forum.
  12. I think it's good. It's a lot different than cruising out of Florida. The port is smaller. There will only be one or two ships in port. Actually the NCL port is in a shopping mall. Tons of hotels within walking distance. I highly recommend it. I would just check the weekend and make sure nothing major is going on. I've seen people book cruises when the national championship or NBA all-star game, or wrestelmania is in town and then wonder why hotel prices are so high. In general I get better hotel prices in New Orleans than Florida, California, or Galveston.
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