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rollie

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  • Location
    Summerfield Fla
  • Interests
    Cruising of course
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Celebrity
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Caribbean

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  1. Anyone know when she will be back? Rollie
  2. Wondering if we book a sky suite at the sail-away pricing, can we still get free drinks at the Retreat lounge? Rollie
  3. Wondering if you are allowed to share drink coupons with non diamond guests. Rollie
  4. You were right, found it the old fashioned way. Rollie
  5. Anyone else having a problem getting on the roll call page? Rollie
  6. I could be wrong, but I think the S3 sky suites are the ones with the bed on the side wall. S1 and S2 suites have the beds facing the ocean. Rollie
  7. Been on Cruise Critic for a lot of years, and haven't ever heard of this site. Thanks for posting. It will be very helpful. Rollie
  8. Thanks everyone for your replies. I thought we chose wisely. The cruise is 2 years away, but it sure is fun planning. Rollie
  9. Thanks for your reply. We picked this cabin for all the reasons you stated. We’re not worried about the sun on the balcony. Rollie
  10. We just booked an A1 cabin [1106] on the Millennium. Just wonder people's thoughts on deck 11 cabins. This will be a Caribbean cruise, visiting the ABC Islands. Any pictures would be helpful. Thanks in advance. Rollie
  11. Thanks everyone for your replies. alcpa1 hit the nail on the head. We are loyal Celebrity cruisers, but with their new price structure, we're thinking about a change. We want to upgrade our cruise experience, so have decided on three cruise lines, Azamara, Viking, and Oceania. We would like to try one of these cruise lines in the Caribbean first. That pretty much eliminates Azamara, unless your doing one of their really long cruises. Oceana has two Caribbean cruise. We like the Riviera round trip from Miami. Viking has a nice round trip from San Jaun. Rollie
  12. We're thinking about taking our first Oceania cruise. We are experienced cruisers, with 40 done, mostly with Celebrity. We like the Riviera with the extra restaurants, and just wondering why people would prefer the R Class over the Riviera Class. Rollie
  13. We have been cruising with Celebrity since 2001. We just loved the experience on the Galaxy, and thought we were hooked for life. Their product a been downgraded to a degree, that one must book a suite to get that old Celebrity experience. We've been very fortunate to be able to afford it a few times, and loved it, but Celebrity has priced us out of the market. We will now be cruising with Azamara, Oceania, or Viking. Azamara would be our first choice, but we are looking at a round trip Miami itinerary. Oceania is the only line with that itinerary. Rollie
  14. Thanks everyone for your replies. Sure is food for thought. Lol. A little insight on us, we are Elite Plus on Celebrity. We’ve been cruising with them since 2001. We want to get back to those days, when the service and food were over the top. I’m thinking Oceania will be a good fit for us. Another reservation question. If we book through a ta would we call them to make reservations? Rollie
  15. We’re thinking about booking the Riviera in a concierge class cabin. I understand we get priority restaurant reservations. Just how does that work? Rollie
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