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  1. Deck 4 is your best choice for an oceanview cabin for your situation. Very convenient, satisfies your requirement for being low-ish. Try the bungee trampolines. Walk the sky bridges. The shows are just standard cruise ship shows and fly-in entertainment. Food is food. If they have it, have the rack of lamb. One of my favorites, but on a shorter cruise, I don't know which menus they pick. In Costa Maya, make a reservation for Maya Chan or use thenativechoice.com
  2. I'm pretty sure that Bellarion only wants to know about the Grandeur of the Seas.
  3. This refers to the special slot machine in the casino for which C&A members get special "gold" coins to play. Quite often, I get nothing. (thus the label, Spin to Lose) πŸ˜„ πŸ˜„ πŸ˜„ For years, the lowest prize was a Royal Caribbean keychain, either the regular RC one or a Casino Royale one. Then it was suddenly a "raffle ticket", for a raffle that was held at 10 P.M. on the last night of your cruise. Today on the Adventure, it was ANOTHER "gold" coin!
  4. Adventure has college football games on Channels 20 & 32 right now.
  5. CC has been quite slow in the past in creating a new forum when a new ship comes out. You would think by now that they would be ready for these events.
  6. Who is the Vice President In Charge Of Forum Creation? πŸ˜‰
  7. If you are booked already, you will see it in your Cruise Planner
  8. ^^^ This, and it was only on 3 nighters, IIRC, not β€œless than 7”. 😊
  9. Debbie, you accidentally posted in the main RC forum instead of in the Roll Call Forum.
  10. I am on this same cruise (ship/itinerary) 6 weeks before you. My Cruise Planner says that the UDP is $239 per person. Grandeur has three specialty restaurants: Chops, Giovanni's Table and Izumi. (no hibachi experience). That means an average of four dinners at each one, and some lunches, if you want to "get your money's worth". "Savor the savings with the Unlimited Dining Package! For one low price, you can enjoy multiple entrees and visit multiple specialty restaurants every night of your sailing. And as an added perk, this unlimited package also applies to lunch at specialty restaurants on sea days. Plus, enjoy a discount of 40% off bottles of wine under $100 and 20% off bottles above $100 while dining in specialty restaurants. A courtesy reservation will be made for the first night of your cruise based on your preferred dining time. You will receive your courtesy reservation confirmation in your stateroom on the first day of your cruise. All additional reservations or changes to your courtesy reservation must be made once onboard at any specialty restaurant. For restaurants with a la carte pricing, you’ll receive a $35 food credit.*"
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