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Don Kehote

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About Don Kehote

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    Cool Cruiser

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  • Location
    On your six
  • Interests
    Extreme Sloth, Sarcasm, Aerial Recon, BRRRT,
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  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Olympus Mons

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  1. I'm curious as to your thoughts. We have done the Chef's Table before, and loved it. Next cruise is the first time we've had a Steakhouse available (Legend), and I'd like to know how you feel about the setting. My thoughts are that the steakhouse will be a LOT more intimate. How does it compare to Chef's Table, service/food wise? Thanks in advance!
  2. I'd rather be on a floating petri dish than a stationary one any day of the week, thanks.
  3. I can't find an itinerary that matches that until 2021 and it's at $1029 for me.
  4. Okay. Coming from an admittedly small sample size of Fantasy, Sensation, Paradise, and Victory (Radiance, whatever), for my wife and I, it's Victory/Radiance. Its not that it was a bad cruise so to speak, but there were warts. That was our first non-Fantasy class ship, and maybe our hopes were a little high. My thoughts are that some of the walkway designs were entirely too small (between pool area and buffet - I had to weave between people to pass through. I'd like to just walk around some). I dunno, there were some staff that were just incredible, but it seemed like we had a higher number of bored-acting crew than normal. And it really does seem like there's a lot more officers wandering around in guest areas, not that that's bad. Our best cruise was on Paradise a couple of years ago. Everything about that trip (with the exception of the snooty bartender in the casino lounge that did NOT get a cash tip) was just perfect. I may never see him again, but Arturo, tending bar in the back of the buffet, was just the best, and I had a great time getting to know him.
  5. I would like to see a rotisserie where the loudest meanest Karenboomer on board is slowly roasted for public consumption by the masses.
  7. I think the whole ship should be smoking optional, with the exception of a few spaces on the deck that are reserved for non-smokers.
  8. The eventual lawsuit: "I didn't mean to press ok, give me all the money."
  9. It is just as great to give them ideas as it is to worry about things that haven't happened yet.
  10. This *IS* the refund board, right? Or is it just complaints? I can't be sure. My cruise isn't cancelled, I will knock back an extra drink at each of you while I luxuriate on my extended balcony.
  11. First: Thank you for not being ANOTHER refund poster. Secondly, we had a riot at our Chef's Table experience. It was certainly a must-do for us. I don't know if we'll do it again, but I have absolutely no regrets for having gone the once.
  12. I started reading the letter, but was first annoyed by it, then appalled at grammatical atrocities, then bored. So I closed it and decided that Peter DeFazio and Sean Maloney are ninnies. I mean, God's sake. If you're going to send an indicting letter, at least open with an incident concerning the company you're addressing first. Carnival isn't mentioned until the end of the paragraph. BAD FORM SHAME SHAME
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