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  1. It's OK from a distance, I wouldn't want to get too close to those flying rats.
  2. CVS, Publix Grocery, lots of restaurants etc. about 1/4-1/2 mile away. We've stayed at the Crowne Plaza a couple times. Nothing wrong with it, but nothing special. It's quite minimal compared to most Crowne Plazas. We try to book Embassy Suites or other hotels nearer to the 17th street shopping/dining.
  3. Very well put. The last morning the ship has a strange vibe, most everything closed. There's nothing to do but eat and get off. Unless as someone else said you're on a B2BπŸ˜‹
  4. Park n go near Port Everglades. On Eller Drive I think, it's easy to find with a google search. Advance reservations were 8.99/night compared to 15.00 at the port. Not a big deal for a week, but we're cruising 35 nights this winter so Park N Go will save us a fair amount of money.😊 The couples who recommended it said they are running shuttles non-stop when you get off the ship, fast and easy to jump on and head to the car lot. First time for us using port (or near port) parking too. We've always flown to the cruises before.
  5. Several couples we met on Indy a couple months ago swear by park n go. We have reservations there in a couple weeks.
  6. Agree. It boggles the mind how often there are posts here looking for "free shuttles".
  7. We took an uber from FLL a couple months ago - pick up areas were easy to locate. Same with taxis. I've heard uber has "peak pricing", but no first hand knowledge. Since the Super Bowl is in Miami, FLL might be less likely to have that. No idea on taxis. Either way though, the FLL airport is close to the port, if they're charging an extra 20 bucks it is what it is. Choose either taxi or uber, get in and get to your ship.πŸ˜‹
  8. Flight arrives 11:53 and all aboard is 3:30? Or cruise departs at 3:30? If ship leaves at 3:30 I believe you have to check in at port by 1:30-2:00. Either way, hope you don't have any flight delays. It's going to be a stressful day.....πŸ˜₯
  9. Turkey is about as exciting as bologna. Be thankful it wasn't served.
  10. If I was worried about time, the last thing I'd want is a cruise line transfer. Nothing is quicker and easier than just jumping in a taxi. And maybe cheaperπŸ˜‹
  11. Take a small backpack/sling with wallets, jewelry etc. It wouldn't be practical to take any kind of wheeled carry on etc. if there is a boat ride involved.
  12. Few if any Caribbean ports require a passport to get off the ship. I think there was word here recently that Martinique was going to require them. Many people take them ashore anyway, and many leave them on the ship.
  13. No, not in Bermuda or anywhere else. Spend a few bucks and enjoy some local food. Or take your own pre-packaged snacks etc onboard in advance.
  14. That's pretty twisted. Not something I'd share on the internet......……….
  15. Might be worth looking at direct with Sunny Liston. Could be cheaper than doing a tour with RCCL.
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