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    Bermuda

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  1. $2000 now for my April 2020 cruise. RCI just raised the prices so they can lower it back to $1499 and say 25% off on there Black Friday sale.
  2. One thing to remember about quantum class ships is that they are built for cold weather ports. So to me there is a disconnect with the sea/outside. While I do love anthem and I think it's a beautiful ship. I try to avoid sailing on her in the summer months.
  3. Coco cay is beautiful and you can't go wrong . But as waterparks go mayan kingdom was better. Trust me I grew up going to Action Park, where every ride you went on you thought you were going to die. LOL
  4. Just asked my kids. While they loved both. But they said Lost mayan kingdom was better. And I have to agree. If you goto Lost Mayan Kingdom make sure you do the zip lines also .They were great. Don't bother with the coco cay ziplines. Not worth it. I believe Maya kingdom also has a spectator ticket. There was a couple of nice pool for you to hang out by. Kids were 12, and 10 at the time.
  5. Yes it still an option. The vip beach is to the left.( your back to the food place. looking at ocean.)
  6. Just ask the front desk at the Decanter to call one for you. Will be there in minutes.
  7. Spamalot or The Producers. Nothing to serious. I'm on vacation, I don't want to have to think.
  8. Depends on what want to do. Atlantis for water park/Aquarium/Animal encounter . Blue lagoon is more of a beach day ,where they also have animal encounters ( Dolphin swim, Sea lion interaction, ect.) I think Blue lagoon does a better job with the Animal encounters if that's what you are looking to do. Also Atlantis is way more expensive.
  9. If your talking about souvenir shopping then, yes. I Went out early sunday morning before boarding, In search of a sweatshirt for my daughter. Must of gone into at least 10 shops. LOL
  10. Make sure you give yourself a day to walk around the old San juan,. Go to the forts, stop in the cathedral.Walk along the paseo del morro. The views are just incredible. OSW is a city you walk. and I never felt unsafe walking at night.
  11. The three restaurants we ate at were, Raices for lunch, Punto de vista,which is a cool rooftop Restaurant and bar. And the Barrachina for dinner/ flamenco show, which was a lot of fun. BTW The flamenco show you need to reserve a couple of weeks in advance. All of the places were very good, but none fancy by any means. Good food and fun atmospheres.
  12. If you want to stay in OSJ. I recommend the Decanter Hotel. Beautiful boutique hotel in the heart of OSJ. Close to everything.(Catedral de San Juan right across the street) Try to get to San juan at least a day in advance. It's such a cool old city to walk around.
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    Sandy toes

    Im in port till 6 PM. Do you think that would be enough time, or would I be cutting to close. It says on there website that your back at the ferry terminal by 3:45 is that true. Also would it be good for kids.or was it more adult oriented. Thanks for any info
  14. I wouldn't sail on a Quantium Class from a warm weather port .Build for Cooler climates. Not enough outdoor space on this class.
  15. Yes as far as I know, only for NJ. Its also popular because its a kids sail free cruise, So people from nj take advantage of this and get a pretty good vacation for cheap. As for the amount of kids onboard, last time I was on there were over 1000 kids onboard. My kids love it on Anthem, alot for them to do. Anthem is a beautiful ship but a different type of ship, built for colder climates. She has a lot of really cool indoor venues.
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