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DramaQueen22

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    Carnival, Royal Carribean
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    anyplace with a beach!

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  1. Recently sailed in a Havana Interior on the Horizon and absolutely loved it. I wouldn't hesitate for a second to book it again. However, the area on the Mardi Gras is much smaller, and has no pool. I don't think I would do it.
  2. That is exactly what they do. If you still have a balance, it gets reduced by the amount of the difference. Pat final payment, you get OBC.
  3. One is always free to voice his or her opinion on social media. That does not exempt one from others voicing their dissenting opinions to yours. Don't want the input, opinions, or experiences of others...don't post. There. Solved your problem,
  4. I was on the Horizon in September. Havana is NOT open to all aft cabins. Only to those in the Havana area.
  5. I did my first solo on the same ship and itinerary. Also had an inside. You will love it. In Key West, I did the walking tour excursion. There were several couples on it as well. We ended up hanging out after the tour was over and had a great time. I had intended to head to Paradise Beach in Cozumel, but it rained the day we were in port, so I stayed on board until it was later int he day, then ventured out for some port shopping. Dinner was great. I had a table with several other singles and a family of 3. Lovely conversation every night. Enjoy!
  6. It's $1.50 a teabag. Not that expensive.
  7. There weren't many "inside" viewing areas with windows. However, there is a fantastic area that pretty much runs the length of the ship on Deck 5, called the Lanai. There were some seating sections that were more covered there, but you are on an open deck. I really enjoyed sitting out there.
  8. I 1 litre sizes are those for purchase. The $85 price tag is if you pre-order a bottle to your cabin. That bottle would be the same size as what you would purchase in your local liquor store.
  9. We were on this sailing too, so we probably crossed paths out in the pool area. I never went out there after 7, but my son did say the hot tubs were crowded then. The last sea day there were quite a few around the pool, but it never felt crowded or busy to me. We had a fantastic time!
  10. Vista Class ships have the Family Harbor area dedicated to families...that could be viewed as "elitist" as well. There is a special lounge with snacks and ice cream all day. If I opt to pay extra for a Havana cabin, then I deserve to have the dedicated area on the ship, nothing elitist about it. Stayed in a Havana Interior 3 weeks ago and absolutely LOVED not having kids running around, behaving badly, and using the hot tubs as their personal jumping pads. Would pay for it again without hesitation.
  11. Could you kindly answer as to why a recent post of mine was deleted? The title of the thread was "just curious: what does your screen name mean" I see no reason why this content was deleted. Thank you.
  12. Was on the Horizon 2 weeks ago. I believe it was offered on sea days...right around 9:30am.
  13. By now you have cruised and returned. Did you have fun? Of course you did even if you didn't stop in Freeport. So all of the worrying and stress were for little if not nothing. Like I said, go with the flow and relax.
  14. If you want something nice, but inexpensive, look for the "Sparkle and Bling" sale near the end of your sailing. I purchased 3 bracelets for myself, and a necklace and earrings for my DIL. All were under $20 each. Yes, it's costume jewelry, but it is nice and will still give you cruise memories when you wear them. I find the stuff onboard way overpriced!
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