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busterfla

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  1. Either Park & Fly or Park & Go has parking off site. They'll drop you off and pick you up. That way you miss the hassle of port traffic.
  2. From what I read on the RCCL forum here, the Oasis was in a wet dock and the dock itself collapsed, pulling the crane over. The Caribbean will be a true dry dock, another slip in the yard
  3. Cinnamon flavored whiskey, a lot like the Red Hots candy.
  4. Any chance Fireball is included in the package? Didn't see it listed, but hoping it is included.
  5. 1. Creme Brulee 2. Chocolate Hazelnut Souffle 3. Floating Islands 4. The Volcano
  6. I have digital hearing aids with Bluetooth. Been on the CB and Regal with Medallions and never had any chirping or interference. Buster
  7. 1999 Sky Princess, Alaska RT from San Francisco. Had a blast
  8. Going on the Allure on a family (6 peeps) cruise in May. Haven't been on RCL since 2003, so I have a few questions. 1. Are there online documentations to fill out? So far the web site says I have no check in docs yet. When do they pop up? 2. In the general info on the web site, it says that extension cords are prohibited. Does this include a 6 in 1 non-surge protected short cord? Should I put it in my checked luggage or my carry on? 3. Do we need to make advanced reservations for entertainment events (Momma Mia, Beatles, etc)? 4. Do we need to make advanced reservations for the main dining room (6 top)? 5. How diligent is RCL for looking for booze in checked luggage? Shhh, have it down pat on Princess 🙂 Thanks for any info
  9. www.cruisett.com has FLL cruise schedule, but I don't think they list the actual pier. On the 6th, both the Regal & Crown will be in port. The Regal priority on Berth 2, so my best educated guess would be that it is likely that the Crown will be in #4 right next to the Regal
  10. We got a break on the 9-1 sailing, had to skip the Cays and went straight to St Thomas, arrived at around 7:30am and left at 10pm. Shops closed at 6pm, but the few bars in Havensight had some good business going. Senor Frog's was still closed, but rumors are it may reopen during the winter season.
  11. Bring your own. The ship's hair dryer will also wake the dead
  12. More like HUGE! I just flipped the request for a Volcano to my waiter and he just froze for s few seconds and said "Volcano?" I said "yup, I'm just a kid" (65 yrs old) He said"okkkkkk" and then just grinned. Plopped down about three pounds of ice cream, toppings, bananas, whipped cream and said "enjoy". and then stood off at his station watching me (late ATD). Didn't even come close to 1/3 of it. I asked if it was a typical serving and he said"maybe". We laughed about it the rest of the cruise
  13. Pretty much what I was told during our Ultimate Ship Tour, it will be a major undertaking to get it done. Sounded like they have teams set up for 24/7 work. They also said that the parts & replacement equipment have been or will be shipped in the very near future. The reps for whomever is supplying the materials/parts/equipment have been onboard to see what is needed and to confirm that what they have is the right stuff. There can be no "OOPS" I noted the difference in the prop wash
  14. Alaskan Amber Ale ....... how I miss thee ..............
  15. Nothing in the next cabin will affect yours (loud TV/talking an exception). The connecting door is for setting up the two cabins for "family" usage. The same is for the door on the balcony, it can be opened by your Room Steward if requested. As far as the upper berth coming down and blocking your balcony slider, I don't see how. You just have to duck under it to get to the slider door. Once your Steward turns over the room, the upper berth pops back up into the ceiling until the next night.
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