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schazzy

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    South Carolina
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    Cruising, Cooking, Video Games
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Carnival
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Caribbean

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  1. Same here, the Fascination was the ship I took my now husband on for his first cruise and he fell in love with that ship and cruising in general. We had considered doing a cruise out of San Juan on her to commemorate that cruise, but alas, that will probably not happen now 😟
  2. I agree, I enjoyed it more than I did the old menu. I prefer toasted sandwiches over panini pressed and the fries were a welcomed addition. I've so far tried and enjoyed the falafel wrap, tuna salad, and the pastrami.
  3. We're booked to leave out of PC on the Elation on April 27th and are still planning on going unless something happens and Carnival cancels the cruise. We plan to just keep up taking the usual precautions we normally take during cold & flu season like the CDC recommends and try not to panic about this and just hope for the best.
  4. If you can get one, go for it! It's a great location, loved being close to the coffee bar for that first morning cup and they serve breakfast at Ocean plaza. And with an elevator bank right there, not far to go up to Lido or down to the dining room.
  5. This was posted by CC's favorite brand ambassador recently.
  6. We sail on the Elation in April on a 5 day to Grand Turk and Amber Cove and I'm assuming that was your itinerary as well. Amber Cove is a new port for us, how did you enjoy it? Also, we will have YTD as well, how was it? was there much of a wait to get seated? TIA!
  7. JiJi's and Cucina del Capitano were open for lunch every day we were on the Sunshine last year. They are located at the very back of the Lido deck. Also, There's a BBQ buffet on Deck 5 at Ocean Plaza on Embarkation day that was really good and not crowded.
  8. Soft drinks were $2.50 a can last time I checked, so without drinking alcohol and only soft drinks, you'd have to drink over 20 of them a day to break even with Cheers. But the Bubly water is included in the Bottomless Bubbles package and it's $8.50 a day.
  9. Taco Salad from Blue Iguana for lunch. I enjoy the pizza and the new deli sandwiches. With the exception of the lobster, I like the seafood dishes offered in the MDR. More specifically the Sweet and Sour Shrimp, Frutti de Mare, and the Teriyaki salmon. Enjoy your anniversary cruise!
  10. Well, On our last 3 cruises we did a mix of the MDR and buffet for dinner, and experiences varied by ship. On the Ecstasy in 2017, they served several dishes that were similar to the ones on the MDR menu each night, but it was kinda "meh", not bad, but not as good as the food we had in the MDR. On the Miracle in 2018, same deal as the Ecstasy, but this time, to our amazement, the food at the buffet really good and was better than most of what we had in the MDR. Most recently on the Sunshine in April of 2019, lunch and dinner at the buffet was something called "Comfort Kitchen" and none of the MDR dishes were served and the food was very underwhelming and pretty much the same kind of stuff everyday. After a couple tries, we just stuck to the other non-buffet Lido food options that were much better.
  11. I personally would recommend Cucina del Capitano. The food was delicious and you get plenty of it! And at only $15 a person, it was my opinion, quite a bargain considering we've paid more than double that for a similar meal locally.
  12. It's chicken parmigiana, it was huge and DH whom is a chicken parmigiana connoisseur said it was excellent. The second picture is the tomahawk pork chop and it was amazing!
  13. I'm not sure if anything about this has already been posted, I didn't see anything, so here we go: Well, we are considering doing the Chef's Table on our cruise next year, so I went to look at booking it. Last time I looked into booking it, if I remember correctly, was just a straight up $75 a person, and you didn't have to pay up front and I thought gratuities were included in the $75. Now it looks like you have to pay at the time of booking it like you are buying from the Fun shops and I'm not sure what is going on here, but look at the following screenshots:
  14. We thoroughly enjoyed Cucina on the Sunshine back in April, plenty of good food and well worth the $15 per person for dinner. The included lunch options were good too.
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