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  1. I've seen the same on various cruise ships. Couldn't give you the names unfortunately.
  2. OP says they want cash for incidentals, like gelato. 20 euro probably a little too low for 8 ports. 2,000 should cover a few truck loads of gelato! πŸ˜€πŸ˜€
  3. Trip like that I would probably bring at least 200 Euro in smaller bills. For gelato, coffee, etc that should see you through. I agree with advice already given about ATM's (avoid the ones on cruise ships and avoid the currency exchange places in airports).
  4. Corned beef hash, steamed rice, fried eggs -- best breakfast.
  5. This is the policy from Princess (unless it has changed): "For family groups booking multiple staterooms, the minimum age for each stateroom is 16 years of age, provided they are traveling with a parent or legal guardian." I only mention this as it could influence your thinking about a separate room and/or inviting a teenage friend. To get around this perhaps you could book yourself and your niece in one room and your husband as the single in the other room.
  6. Looks like we will never know. 😞
  7. I wish -- I'm pretty good warming up corn dogs, but that is about it. πŸ˜€πŸ˜€
  8. Sounds like it worked out for the best. Having in an open area probably attracted more folks who would enjoy.
  9. Gosh, I was looking forward to reading what this might be, but still nothing. Something fell off of a ship? Aircraft part (flight 370)? Dorsal fin? Whale fluke? Part of a sinking weather balloon? Sail - hull is hidden by swell? Whale spout or splash? Giant squid? In other words, I have no earthly idea. πŸ˜€
  10. This is very cool. Sounds like a lot of fun.
  11. Does what you describe apply in general to RCI also? Thanks.
  12. Aw, OK. I was reading that differently. Makes sense to me.
  13. I'm not completely following. Are you saying credit card companies purposely withhold evidence due to cost? Yikes! I do agree companies exist to make a profit. I believe good ones are also socially responsible. Edit: Sorry I think I misread your comment -- SantaFe's comments helped me understand.
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