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    American Fork, UT USA
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    Alaska

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  1. Thank you both for your replies. Happy at least it is the larger TV, but to bad there is no on demand. I kind of expected that without the ship having the upgraded wi-fi either. In the past we've loaded movies on a tablet and plugged it in through the HDMI to watch. At least that seems to be an option with the new TVs.
  2. I'm thinking about taking a 14 night Alaska cruise from LA in May on the Golden. I know the ship is not getting MedallionNet since it is going to P&O later this year, but do they have the larger flat screen TVs with on demand programming? We had that on our last cruise on the Caribbean Princess and loved it. My husband is disabled, and requires plenty of downtime throughout the day. He really enjoyed being able to start a movie anytime he wanted to without having to look at a guide and coordinating when he needed to be available to start a program he was interested in. If anyone has been on board recently please let me know. We'll likely be booking an outside cabin if that makes a difference. Thanks!
  3. My husband has Celiac Disease and is highly allergic to Gluten. We've noted this with Princess in the cruise personalizer, and I am aware of how they handle special menus in the Main Dining Room. Anyone with Celiac's have any first hand experience on dining in the buffet for breakfast or lunch? How about the ice cream soft serve and international café? Was Princess accommodating to your needs? Would they prepare you fresh eggs/omelet in clean pan with fresh ingredients to avoid cross contamination? What about salad dressings, should we bring our own? My husband is not a bread person, and doesn't like pizza. He loves the buffet in the mornings so that is not something he wants if they can accommodate his needs. He loves eggs, breakfast meats, hash browns and fresh fruit all which normally are gluten free, we are just concerned about cross contamination of foods. I'm sure we could eat in the dining room for breakfast if we had to (although it is early timing for us). Our routine is to usually have a late breakfast, a light afternoon snack and early seating for dinner.
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