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About ctav01

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    Cool Cruiser

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  • Location
    Southwest Ohio
  • Interests
    A Little Bit of many things
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Half Moon Cay
  1. From Carnivals Q and A site. Carnival’s Liquor and Beverage Policy states that guests are prohibited from bringing water, sodas and other non-alcoholic beverages on board that are packaged in bottles. We know some of our guests are accustomed to bringing on board their own supply of bottled water, so for your convenience, purified bottled water can be pre-purchased prior to your cruise by visiting The Fun Shops. Water will be delivered to your stateroom on embarkation day. Bottled water may also be purchased on board by contacting Room Service. Once on board, your purchase is non-refundable; you may take home any unopened bottles.
  2. I got an FTTF 362 days out. Like most have been saying, you've got to keep looking
  3. You are correct. I cruise in a GS I don't need the turn down.
  4. I'm not going to agree with your post. However, it's your opinion and so be it. But, it's my opinion that I really don't need to have the cabin stewart to service my cabin twice a day and really feel that they work hard enough as it is with their already long days, very little time off.
  5. I will tip an extra $20.00 a day for my Cabin Steward. I like to meet with them on embarkation day and normally request a fresh exchange on the bath robes and a few other things I would like or even need for my cabin. I will also request from them that they really only need to visit my cabin once a day and will never call for them after hours. Hello All. ctav
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