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About sstepson

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    Pittsburgh, PA USA
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    golf, travel, sports
  1. Hi, guys... My wife and I are traveling on the Grandeur next month on a 9 day trip to the NE/Canada. We are on one reservation, and my Mother in Law (traveling alone) is on another reservation. The two of us have a 5:30 MTD reservation every night. When I try to make a reservation for the same time for my MIL, I get the message: "Guest not configured for My Time Dining". It will not let me add the MTD for her. Here's my question...rather than go through the trouble of sorting it all out ahead of time, would it be easier for the 3 of us to just show up to our standing MTD reservation and just hope they can accommodate all 3 of us? Anyone out there have experience with this issue? Thanks in advance! Steve
  2. Here’s the response I received from the Brooklyn cruise terminal. I guess we’ll be parking at the airport... ————————————— Good morning - sorry we do not accept vehicles on non-cruise days. Sent from my iPhone using Forums
  3. Absolutely...will do. Sent from my iPhone using Forums
  4. Thanks for the info. I’ll give them a call, since that is a bit unclear if it’s possible to park when it isn’t an arrival/departure day. I’d be trying to park there about 10 days before my westbound transatlantic so the car is there when I return. Sent from my iPhone using Forums
  5. Good morning, Does anyone out there have any experience with parking their vehicle at the Brooklyn Cruise terminal before a westbound crossing so that the car is conveniently waiting nearby when the crossing is over? I just wasn’t sure if they allow you to park on days where there isn’t a cruise departure. I was planning on parking the car, then getting a ride to JFK for the flight to Europe. Anyone out there ever done this for a westbound QM2 crossing? Any feedback would be appreciated! Steve Sent from my iPhone using Forums
  6. Hello, Quick question. Is it possible to call RCCL or the travel agent and add a certain amount of OBC directly to our account, or does one have to buy a gift certificate and then redeem said gift certificate to receive OBC? The website is a bit muddy in regards to this. On other lines, I’ve been able to just purchase OBC directly, but in our cruise planner it only shows gift certificates for sale. Any insight? Thanks in advance, Steve Sent from my iPhone using Forums
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