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  1. We are on the Star on 10/27/2019. I am following this thread to see how many other cruises with this itinerary skip Kotor. Lynn
  2. I know we would keep our sailaway perks, but if we successfully bid on a suite, do we get all the suite benefits, like eating in the suite dining room and priority disembarkation? This is not clearly addressed in the Upgrade FAQs. Thanks.
  3. Could this end up being an obstructed view? I booked a GTY Balcony (BD) on the Norwegian Star out of Venice to the Greek Isles. It came with good perks. I have never done a GTY before. I know you can end up with an even better cabin, but I am wondering if I could end up with an obstructed view.
  4. Could this end up being an obstructed view? I booked a GTY Balcony (BD) on the Norwegian Star out of Venice to the Greek Isles. It came with good perks. I have never done a GTY before. I know you can end up with an even better cabin, but I am wondering if I could end up with an obstructed view.
  5. When a Norwegian excursion says it starts at, say, 1:00 PM... does that mean you meet in the theater on board at 1:00 or are you on shore and boarding the bus at 1:00? (Trying to decide for Santorini.) Thanks.
  6. When a Norwegian excursion says it starts at, say, 1:00 PM... does that mean you meet in the theater on board at 1:00 or are you on shore and boarding the bus at 1:00? (Trying to decide for Santorini.) Thanks.
  7. In answer to some of your questions, if you are not too picky, you will be happy with the drinks and wine offered with open bar. Re the Sky, we were on in October 2018, just before dry dock and the public areas and furniture looked warn. I am sure it looks better now. The only thing I found a bit disappointing in our balcony room is that the sliding glass door, instead of being two panels of glass, is one panel of glass and the other panel is solid with just a porthole window. It lessens the amount of natural light coming in, but we didn't spend much time in the room. Re Cuba, you will find a lot of good info in the forum topic on Cuba. Enjoy!
  8. Too bad Celebrity is really pushing "kids sail free." Less kids is one of the reasons I choose Celebrity. They might be ruining this.
  9. There was a seafood place with a take out window. We had lobster rolls. Not sure how extensive the menu is. It was window service only and you could sit outside. It was lunchtime. Not sure about dinner.
  10. We have done 6 Celebrity and three NCL. Half of the Celebrity have been Aqua or Suite. Service is a small bit better on Celebrity even in MDR and lounges. I found food better on NCL. Clientele is older and more sedate on Celebrity, and there are less children. It varies quite a bit depending on the itinerary with NCL, not so much with Celebrity. I found entertainment much better on Celebrity. I feel more nickle and dimed on NCL. If price and itinerary were equal, I would go with Celebrity. Our group is active 60's.
  11. I found no smoke and I am quite sensitive to smoke. It may depend on the casino clientele at the moment we ate fairly early. The food was as good as any fairly good Asian restaurant in the US. I have traveled extensively in Asia, and while it was not the same as what you get there, it was still good.
  12. If you google connecting at CDG you will find lots of help. I believe there is even a youtube video.
  13. We have never gotten turf for our seeing eye dog, just mulch. But, we have never requested it either.
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