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Nachosdelux

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About Nachosdelux

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    Midwest USA
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    Celebrity
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    Europe

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  1. they do a pregnancy test when you order a cocktail.
  2. if you bring your own drinks, and bring your own friends, and bring your own musical entertainment, it is very similar to Michael's Club.
  3. It is $6.50 per day, per paper, to have it delivered to your room, presuming you are not in a top suite.
  4. +1. For us, this was the main benefit of a PH, along with the extra space.
  5. the executive lounge is a room about 20' by 12' or so that has chairs, reading material, a lounge agent that can help with who knows what, snacks, drinks (coffee/tea/soft drinks). Some people love it, sit around for hours. Some never set foot in it the whole cruise. I was in a PH last cruise and would stop in every couple of days for a soft drink, and to look at the dining menus. There are no windows, so no views. I guess you could hang out there while doing laundry or use it as a meeting place.
  6. thanks! My user name is based on my favorite food from Taco Bell when in high school. That was a long time ago, and my tastes have since matured. We were on the Riviera about a year ago and had a great time also. We picked a good day to leave the midwest!
  7. arrived at port at 2:30pm. 20 minutes from curb to ship - lines very short and quick moving. Already had 1 bottle champagne and dinner- both excellent! Looking forward to 12 days of relaxation.
  8. thanks for the updates. I think we will head over about 2 pm to be safe/avoid lines.
  9. Have they started embarkation yet? trying to decide what time to head to the port.
  10. Does the Riviera use standard US outlets?
  11. I'm confused about all this confusion!
  12. why not? It would be helpful for those of us on future Riviera cruises.
  13. I can't do a picture, but here is the full email, sent to me from my travel agent. Dear Valued Guest,Due to the growing concern regarding coronavirus infections in China and in an abundance of caution, we will be implementing new policies designed to protect the health and safety of our guests and crew.These new policies will apply to all guests on all sailings worldwide, effective immediately, for the next 30 days.In addition to the already announced non-touch temperature screenings detailed below, we will be denying boarding to any guest who has visited mainland China in the last 30 days. These guests will receive a refund for their cruise.This new policy is in addition to non-touch temperature screenings for all guests. Any guest who registers a body temperature of 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit or 38 degrees Celsius or higher, will not automatically be denied boarding yet may be subject to further screening by the ship’s and/or local medical professionals. If a guest is deemed to be medically at risk, they may be denied boarding. These guests will not receive a refund and will be advised to open a travel insurance claim with their insurance provider. We are still in the process of finalizing itinerary changes to ensure the health and safety of our guests and crew. All itineraries that call in mainland China for the next six months are currently under review and we expect to be able to communicate any itinerary revisions within the next 48 hours. We thank you for your understanding and patience.Please know that the safety, security and well-being of our guests and crew is our number one priority. We truly appreciate your understanding and thank you for your diligence and assistance in helping us ensure that all of our guests and crew remain in good health.If you have traveled to mainland China in the past 30 days, please contact your travel advisor or Oceania Cruises directly so that we may begin the process of cancelling your pending voyage, collecting your travel information and start the refund process.For guests travelling on our upcoming China sailings, we will be sharing further information in the coming few days.Please Note: The mainland China travel restrictions do not include Hong Kong or Taiwan.Should you have any questions regarding the coronavirus, please speak with your personal physician or visit the websites for the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention at www.CDC.gov or the World Health Organization at www.WHO.int. Sincerely,Carlos OrtegaVice President, Guest ServicesOceania Cruises
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