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About jbethel11

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    Long Island, New York
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    Cruising, Aviation, Filmmaking, Acting!
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Carnival and Norwegian
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  1. I don't know why Carnival decided to put a huge observatory-sky-dome-thingy when they could have easily made a full sized sports court.
  2. Although I haven't stayed in one, by the looks of it, you get a longer hallway entrance into the main cabin area, and a cabin rotated 90 degrees.
  3. The Sky Zones near me charge $22 for a full hour and as much as $32 for two hours. Plus, you have to purchase special grip-socks which are like another $3.50 a pair.
  4. Although I haven't stayed in a porthole cabin, by the looks of the deck plans, they are at the front of the ship (technically a little aft of the front, but furthers front you as a passenger can walk) and yes, at minimum, there are four porthole cabins adjacent to one another.
  5. For any Vista and Horizon sailers, did you find Vista did better in crowd management? Or about the same?
  6. Yes. What's paradoxical and quite ironic was one time, I saw a FedEx truck at a UPS store. It turns out FedEx and UPS do some cooperating...
  7. Instead, a Sky Zone bounce trampoline park. They have a couple near me, and they are really fun!
  8. I know, right! Ice cold room and snuzzy-warm blankets!
  9. The only way this could work would be on like an Oasis Class Ship, where the wind is minimal as the multi-sports court is located at the back of the ship covered in netting.
  10. As others have mentioned earlier, you can always sign up for the free UPS service which allows you to change your delivery address to the local UPS Store.
  11. Lucky I take that as a "No Carnival Gift Cards".
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