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Essiesmom

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    Coastal GA USA
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    Photography, needlework, reading
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    Celebrity, Princess, and the ones too expensive for me to cruise on...
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    Any place I haven't already been

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  1. It will be very hot in July/August. EM
  2. You have to go through the travel agency, and get on it right away. You should get all of your money back unless you booked Early Saver, in which case you will forfeit $50pp and the rest of the deposit will be held as a future cruise credit. EM
  3. Diet Pepsi? Carnival has always had Coke products. Have they changed? EM
  4. On a full transit - ocean to ocean - there will not be any stop with an opportunity for an excursion. There are occasional cruises that have a day stop in Colon or Fuerte Amador (Panama City) the day before or after the transit, so if your cruise does that, you would have the opportunity to take that excursion. NCL Joy full transits do not offer this. EM
  5. First two cruises were in 1972 on Home Lines Homeric, built in 1931. Sailed solo, 10 days from NYC to San Juan St. Thomas, Martinique, St. Maarten. Cost $350 in inside cabin. Doesn't sound like a lot, but that is about $2100 in today's currency. The next year I sailed twice on Oceanic. No idea what I paid for those. EM
  6. Yes, every cabin. They were added in her refurb last year. EM
  7. The OP said she did not believe they could physically do self debark. EM
  8. Searching for pics of those cabins on cruisedeckplans.com, those appear to be wonderful, roomy cabins. There is only one easy chair, but lots of floor space. There is a very nice video of 11083 on Fantasia, pics of 12063. And a video of 12065 on Divina. If you google those cabins you might be able to find the videos (Youtube). If I was to book another inside, I would choose one of this type. EM
  9. Doors on Seaside would not hold a magnet so we put them on the wall outside the door. Some of them disappeared. Two the first evening while we were at dinner. They did stick on the door on Armonia. I don't think we had any on Divina. EM
  10. I had K1116 on Westerdam and did not hear any noise from above. I liked it so much that two years later I had it for 24 days on Nieuw Amsterdam. Great cabin. They would have to upgrade me to a suite to get me out of those big insides. EM K1116 on Nieuw Amsterdam
  11. I believe it is the kiosk or stand in line at Guest Services. EM
  12. You might also ask on the San Juan board, located under Ports of Call: https://boards.cruisecritic.com/forum/80-san-juan-pr/ I was going to suggest you see what others on your roll call are doing, but there doesn't seem to be a roll call for your cruise. Yet. EM
  13. Start your roll call here using date format August 22, 2020. In case they ever fix the roll call finder tool. https://boards.cruisecritic.com/forum/839-carnival-panorama-roll-calls/ EM
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