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  1. Only if you are in the MDR before 8.00 or 8.30pm depending on when happy hour ends and 2nd sitting starts.
  2. Once you have checked out your towel you can exchange them as many times as you like without needing your sea pass. You only need to show it at the end of the cruise to check them back in. I've never waited more than a few seconds on any cruise I've been on.
  3. In June on Indy lots of people were taking bottles of water and a drink out of the DL on their way to dinner.
  4. We usually go to 8.30 sitting for dinner in the MDR and because I like to stay out on deck for as long as possible we normally rock up to the DL at about 7.45pm and have a couple of drinks, maybe 2 or 3 at the most. If we go to an early show we will get a drink before we go into the theatre with our loaded drinks then if we have time will go to the DL for one after the show. However if people wish to spend all their time in the DL during Happy Hour it doesn't bother me at all.
  5. We saw Grease a couple of shows with the singers and dancers which were very good, a couple of comedians, jugglers the usual sort of thing and a hypnotist.
  6. Shorts, teeshirt, sundress during the day. Capri pants, maxi or pretty dress in the evenings or a smarter dress or eveing trousers and a smart top for formal nights.
  7. Yes this^^^^ exactly. Our sea pass said Elite I'm sure and any other passengers didn't get a look at my sea pass.
  8. We didn't have anyone tell us we shouldn't get the perks, it's no skin off their nose whether we do or not. We did a 12 night Caribbean cruise with Celebrity and a 3 night Amsterdam cruise and I wasn't impressed with either so have gone back to RC for now.
  9. Oh right. All the Celebrity cruisers I have spoken to never looked at me in a funny way when I tell them I usually sail with RC, they seem interested in the differences between the cruise lines and our opinions and in general most of them have sailed on both cruise lines. I have never encountered any snobbery.
  10. We've sailed wth RC many times and Celebrity twice and neither time has anyone looked at us any differently in bars, restaurants or in the Captains Club. Why on earth would it make any difference to the staff?
  11. Since we started cruising in 2006 with Royal we've found in general that the food quality has gone down but still varies from very good to average depending on which ship we are on. This year on Indy we found the food in the MDR and Windjammer to be very good, last year on Brilliance it was good and the year before on navigator it was average. Obviously food is subjective and I can only speak for myself and my OH others may disagree.
  12. We are due to sail to Venice with an overnight stop on Vision next year. I wonder what will happen now.
  13. Yes they do and your steward will refill the teas and coffees or you can pick some up at different places ie Windjammer or Sorrento's. The sockets are flat and also round I think.
  14. It depends what time we board. and what the weather is doing. Usually find a sun bed and get a few rays. Head to Windjammer for lunch. Go to cabin. Back out for more sunbathing. Muster station. Unpack if cases have been delivered. More Sunbathing. Shower. Diamond Club. Dinner. Show. Bed.
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