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CruisinRoxy

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    Near Buffalo NY
  • Interests
    Travelling, the Lake House, reading, music, cooking
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Royal Caribbean / Celebrity
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Caribbean and Alaska
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  1. Or you could just use your Lips!!😃
  2. I agree with this philosophy! We had been there several times, but in the end, rather than just sit onboard the ship, get off and support the locals. Buy some lunch, take a surrey ride and tip the driver. And even though it's tacky, buy something in the Straw Market. There are also some local wood carvers that sell their stuff for not that much $$. We bought a souvenir or 2. They just lived through a hurricane after all.
  3. So sorry about your Cadillac Mountain view! It can be gorgeous. We were on a road trip a few weeks ago and stayed in the beautiful Bar Harbor Inn that you took pictures of. It was delightful and we could watch at least 1 cruise ship, sometimes 2, every day from our room. Did not see the Summit however, too bad. You are right about the Blueberry Pie. It seems like every single restaurant and diner has a version. Maine blueberry pies are the best. Hands down. So enjoyable to read the review of a Happy Cruiser enjoying.
  4. Maybe they don't use silverware? Or eat? Turtles06 - You are cracking me up you're so hilarious! Enjoying because we will be on Summit in Feb 2020 out of San Juan.
  5. Well, certainly, medical conditions such as dementia, would be an entirely different entity. Not simply aging.
  6. I agree, this explanation makes the most sense. If a toddler pushes hard with her legs, sometimes there's no controlling her. No negligence, no old brain, no bad vision. Just a horrible accident that changes their lives forever. And something that he'd probably give his own life to get that moment back.
  7. Really? when your brain gets old? How do you know how old he is? He could be in his sixties, as a grandpa, and I can assure you, as a member of that decade, I know the difference between glass and air.
  8. Thanks so much for posting those pictures! Here I was beginning to worry! But hey, who am I to complain about a narrow balcony? I would consider myself a spoiled brat to be disappointed by any balcony. Glad to hear you guys loved the suite. We are sailing Summit in February and can't wait! San Juan to Southern Carib!
  9. Thanks to genetics, my hair is flat and limp no matter where I am - home, at sea, rain, sun, on another planet for all I know. I've come to the conclusion that I cannot fight it or fix it, so just stay happy and Cruise! Who cares?
  10. LOL. Take a Sharpie and paint a face on the bulb! Just kidding. That would be defacing property, wouldn't it?
  11. Sailing along with you in my mind! We have to wait til Feb 2020! Thanks for your efforts!
  12. Loved that they highlighted the environmental features like eliminating single use water bottles, onboard recycling and sewage treatment!
  13. Oh my goodness I thought the exact same thing! I thought why is there toilet paper on the nightstand! Foo funny!
  14. We were on Summit in February. Loved Luminae but sometimes we didn’t love the meal choices. The menu can be limited. However we were always able to request an MDR menu which was provided to us graciously. You can mix and match!
  15. Seems a crying shame that folks have to bring additional furnishings to fill the need for necessary items. When for the amount of $ spent on a cruise, you’d think you have everything you need!
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