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  1. I think this is fabulous. I appreciate the initiative from HAL and thank DrKoob and BellKat for sharing with us. I look forward to reading your upcoming HAL trip reports! There is a lot of negativity on this board and sometimes I have to take a break from it. If I didn’t know any better I would think only grumpy old people sailed this line. I am hopeful that Mr Wayne’s positive attitude and energy can help change that around... or at least help to make it less prominent. I do not do FaceBook, Twitter, or Instagram so would love if we could see the occasional post from him here on Cruise Critic. Thanks for your positive posts!
  2. I got three of those (1, 6, 7) and I know all the Canadians had to have gotten the last one! I love the red, white, and blue blanket on the right. You are very talented!
  3. Just wanted to be sure you’re aware that Carnival Corporation owns a number of cruise lines, including Carnival Cruise Lines, Holland America, Cunard, Seabourn, and and and. Just don’t want you to think that Carnival Cruise Lines owns HAL. (Plus, as the others say, it was a long time ago.) As for the vegetarian menus... there are two. There are also vegetarian options on the regular menu every day. MDR Vegetarian Menu Indian Vegetarian Menu A recent thread:
  4. 14 days in the sun! That sounds pretty awesome right now. Have a wonderful cruise!
  5. I had always used taxis or Uber so was stuck in those long slow lanes every time. Last cruise I took the hotel shuttle and we zipped right through a dedicated lane! Didn’t need to show the gate officer boarding passes, passports, or anything. I asked the driver why and he said it’s because he is the one responsible for checking the docs. Fastest entry into PE ever!
  6. Just ask your room steward(s) to open up the balcony and they will gladly oblige. Have a wonderful time!
  7. And here is the follow-up promo:
  8. Finally found a copy of one of my FCD forms:
  9. I can’t see them not honoring the old contracts as those are the ones we signed. I just hope we don’t have to fight for what was agreed upon.
  10. WOW! What an adventure! Have a wonderful time, ArtsyCraftsy! Will you have a blog we can follow along on?
  11. I am rather partial to the Hop On Hop Off busses since you get a good overview and can get off and explore on your own with only one price to pay and reliable transport. I found the Lisbon HOHO worthwhile.
  12. You can bring them on at every port. Wine is also unlimited but only the first bottle is corkage free if you are drinking it in your stateroom. All additional bottles have an $18 corkage fee per bottle. If you bring aboard wine to bring home (at any port) you will leave it with boarding staff to store for the duration of the cruise and they will return it to your room the night before disembarkation. There is no cost for this service.
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