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  1. LOL I just posted the same thing but mine was for 20% off. The difference would be the sailing dates. My offer is only good from 4 Oct 2020 to 30 Apr 2022.
  2. On sale right now with an additional 20% off until 12 Apr 2020. Good for sailings from 10/4/2020 to 4/30/2022. Discount applied in your cart. It works out to $49/day including gratuity.
  3. https://www.cruisecritic.com/articles.cfm?ID=3882
  4. Your statement is not based on any medical facts. A younger person with the same affliction as the older person will have a much higher chance of recovery if they do become infected with COVID-19. The older person who becomes infected will have a higher chance of not recovering.
  5. It's not "may"; we definitely did. Canadian ports are closed to cruise ships carrying more than 500 people. Ships < 500 people will have additional screening to go through.
  6. Ooof. That's 6 seconds of my life I'll never get back. That was brutal. How on earth did they get a gig on a cruise ship?!
  7. Good luck doing that at 3 am after a few drinks.
  8. It's dependent on how many days you're sailing. From the Carnival FAQ: The length of the cruise determines the number of Cruise Elegant evenings in the Dining Room. The first Cruise Elegant evening is scheduled for the 2nd or 3rd day of the cruise; the second Cruise Elegant evening is scheduled for the 2nd or 3rd day prior to the end of the cruise, schedules permitting. 1 Day cruise: none 2 Day to 5-day cruise: one Cruise Elegant evening 6 Day or longer cruise: two Cruise Elegant evenings
  9. As with everything cruising, your experience may be different than others, based on cruise line, ship, HD policy and even up to the server you have in the MDR. I've heard stories of all bottles being charged corkage, nobody being charged corkage and everything in between. I've read that someone who was gifted a bottle of champagne for their honeymoon was charged a corkage in the MDR yet someone who brought a bottle with them from shore (and sitting at the same table) was not charged corkage. Everything is dependent on the day of the week, the phase of the moon and the sun, the day your server was born and how the chicken bones line up when you throw them. You might be charged, then again, you might not. Just be prepared for it.
  10. Semantics on the name, but yup, I screwed up the number of them.
  11. 1 formal night on a 7-night cruise.
  12. So you just left it at that? I would call back and keep calling until you found someone who could answer your question.
  13. http://www.cruisecal.com/portal/ItineraryLookup/tabid/2918/Default.aspx
  14. Great tips. Thank you. Is there a microwave anywhere on Dream class ships, or can our room Steward pop our microwave popcorn?
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