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    Motorcycles, Boating, Travel, Cooking, but not necessarily in that order.
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    Celebrity - So far...
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    Everywhere and anywhere!

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  1. You're welcome, and thanks for the heads up on the Mongolian grill in the WJ. I've never even heard of that, but will sure check it out in December. Bon Voyage!
  2. I knew I had the menus somewhere. I just had to remember where I filed them. These are from July, 2019 on the Liberty and should still be relevant. BTW: We'll also be on the Dec. 1st cruise. See you on the ship. Night-1-Menu.pdf Night-2-Menu-.pdf Night-3-Menu.pdf Night-4-Menu.pdf Night-5-Menu.pdf Night-6-Menu.pdf Night-7-Menu.pdf
  3. On out last Liberty cruise there were no tapas in Vintages, but they did have a plate of cheese, a plate of olives and some hummus.
  4. Our original cabin was 9163. It was a guarantee booking that was assigned about a week after we booked.
  5. Our original cabin was 9163. I actually mentioned to the gentleman at the front desk that this probably wasn't the first time someone brought the noises up. He didn't verbalize his agreement, but based on his facial expression, it wasn't the first time he had to deal with the issue.
  6. No apologies necessary. I enjoy seeing people having a good time. Life is not a dress rehearsal.
  7. I find it interesting that the idiom "When in Rome, do as the Romans do" didn't make it across the Atlantic. When in Miami...
  8. There's no arguing that MSC has some very attractive lead in pricing. That's part of the reason we gave them another try. The purpose of the review, was to give a point of reference regarding the other contemporary cruise lines we've been on. It wasn't a disaster, far from it. Even if we had been aware of what to expect, regarding MSC's Customer Service protocols, it wouldn't have changed anything, But, at least, we would have been prepared as to what to expect. If the review helped just one person, I'm a happy camper.
  9. Thank you everyone for your replies. Per our interactions with customer service, it was fairly obvious from our experience that this wasn't an aberration, but rather standard operational procedure. It was quite frustrating, as we have never experienced this management protocol on any other cruise lines, nor with any other land based vacation experiences we've had. I suspect that being a privately held company may have something to do with it. They don't have any share holders they have to answer to.
  10. This post is not a review per-se. It is simply our observations and experiences on a recent cruise aboard the MSC Seaside. We’re a fairly well traveled middle aged couple and we have a fair amount of cruises under our belt, across many different lines. We’re not demanding, we’re open-minded and pretty much go with the flow. We’ve only cruised on MSC once before. That was on the maiden voyage of the Divina in 2013. Draw your own conclusions, but it took six years for the memories to fade before we decided to give MSC another try. FYI: both cruises were the Bella experience and those six years m
  11. There are so many variables that come into play, that your question is a difficult one to give a definitive answer to. Food is so subjective, that the only way to find out if it's worth it, is to experience it for yourself. My wife and I have done three chef's table dinners on three different lines and only one of them was memorable. The one that we enjoyed and remember the most also was the first one we attended. As a side note, that dinner was also right after the Chef's Table dining concept was first launched. The Head Chef was in attendance to explain all the courses, along with the Somme
  12. If RCCL cancelled the port of call before your departure they are not going to offer any compensation, but, they also shouldn't charge you any port taxes and fees for the cancelled port. Aside from what Host Clarea mentioned, one could apply for the RCCL credit card offer that offers 10,000 points which is redeemable for $100 OBC. As far as the myVEGAS app, It's really very easy to take advantage of their offers. BUT, you have to book directly with RCCL through their Casino Royale dept. I just did one for a December cruise. It was simple, fast and well worth the effort for a $100 OBC.
  13. Maybe they're going to serve fish flavored ice cream. 😀🐟🍦
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