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    Any sunny and sandy beach

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  1. If I were you I'd email cclsupport @ carnival and explain the situation. Tell them that's you've been trying to purchase the second FTTF for the cabin with your kids. Give them the booking numbers. I'll bet that they will sell you FTTF for the second cabin.
  2. The street tacos at the restaurant during happy hour are wonderful. The margaritas aren't bad either. The breakfast buffet is a tad pricey, but is really good and enough food to cover you until you get on the ship.
  3. Just an FYI there are hotels in the area that offer park and cruise rates. The Maya is around $220 with taxes. Parking is between $140-$154 for the week in the garage. The Hotel Current is often cheaper. If you drive in, drive in the night before and relax. That's my thinking anyway. πŸ™‚
  4. I did the Stone Island tour with them back in February. If i were to go back, I'd book it again. It was so much fun. Tip the bar tender up front, and you'll be wobbling out be the end. πŸ˜‰
  5. If you ever get a chance try this. Better than Patron XO Cafe, in my opinion.
  6. There was the drunk girl that flashed the cruise director to try to avoid being voted out of the lip sync auditions.
  7. Ah, thank you that makes more sense. I'm talking about when Splendor returned. I sailed April the first go-round. Nice weather all around. Early February the second time. Cold coming and going out of LA, but beautiful once near Mexico. I think Disney charging $100+ per day per person has changed the vacation market on the West Coast. Why pay that money for a human trap where you are going to pay more for food and drinks when you can hop on a ship for that price and have everything included? And if they can't sell out the rooms? Well more cheap cruises for me. πŸ™‚ (and the rest of us on the West Coast)
  8. Was that her first run out here or the second one? She was filled to the brim on both of my cruises in the last two years.
  9. Having sailed the Splendor on this Itinerary twice, I'm not worried about them filling the ship. I am worried about having a place to park should I choose to do this again.
  10. Actually three. They do one journey cruise to AK in the summer. Then there's the two Hawaii journey cruises in April and October.
  11. The fitbit should sync to your phone with out wifi, it actually works over bluetooth. Whether or not the app will work for food tracking depends on the app. But most of them want access to the web to look things up. So you'll either need wifi or go old school with your food tracking for the week and write everything down to enter when you do have wifi.
  12. Have fun for me Sid! The budget says it will be a while before my next cruise.
  13. Did this cruise last year at the same time. The good thing is you will be on a bigger ship, so you should feel less motion. It will be chilly on the first and last days. Some people think that 64 degrees is warm. I disagree. The Pacific tends to be a bit rougher than the Caribbean ocean. The Sea of Cortez is usually very smooth. The ports will be warm with out being overly hot at that point. It was wonderful with temps between 75-85. The best whale watching will be the morning pulling into Cabo and on the first sea day headed back to LA. Bring binoculars.
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