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  1. Fleet week (late May) has almost no impact here. But it offers a chance to visit a number of ships docked at the Westside piers.
  2. Good question ....perhaps some locals can give you their preferences. We use the cabs lined up at MIA when arriving. Cabs lined up at our hotel (the Intercontinental) when going to the port. When the ship disembarks we always use CATA black car to MIA. Always works out.
  3. I doubt it but you can call the hotels mentioned directly to confirm.
  4. We always enjoy the excellent breakfast at Ole in the Intercontinental ... not sure if this meets OP's needs.
  5. The information provided by the OP needs more clarification. What were the questions that were not adequately answered. We’re they made to a travel agent or O directly.
  6. That should be ok ..... take a taxi (flat rate ) to JFK Trips between Manhattan and John F. Kennedy Airport (JFK) in either direction: $52 Plus 50 cents MTA State Surcharge. Plus 30 cents Improvement Surcharge. $4.50 rush hour surcharge (4pm to 8pm weekdays, excluding legal holidays). Plus New York State Congestion Surcharge of $2.50 (Yellow Taxi) or $2.75 (Green Taxi and FHV) or 75 cents (any shared ride) for all trips that begin, end or pass through Manhattan south of 96th Street. Plus tips and any tolls. The on-screen rate message should read "Rate #2- JFK Airport."
  7. Suggest leaving the day prior and staying not too far away.
  8. I visited the Volcano National Park once but would not go again. Not a highlight of my trip .....there are more beautiful islands in HI.
  9. Dial 7 is recommended on this board frequently. We usually use it with no problems.
  10. Reading these numerous posts, it is clear to me the difference between service dogs and emotional support/comfort dogs. The best way to control this is for Oceania to make clear that only genuine service dogs are permitted on board. Anyone planning to board with an animal would be required to notify O when booking a trip. This allows enough time for vetting (no pun). Yes, extra work for O but important to protect all on board.
  11. Reluctant to raise the question, but where on the ship do these dogs "relieve" themselves.
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