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About FionaMG

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    Algarve, Portugal
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    Athletics, reading, cooking
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Royal Caribbean
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  1. We stayed at the Best Western Plus Oceanside Inn two years ago and are due to stay there again next week (yes!!! ). It's close to the beach, shopping, eating, drinking and water taxi. And it also has a very decent included breakfast.
  2. Sorry, that was meant to read: they made the issue of the boat breaking down good by refunding our full ticket price. That's what happens when you're trying to split your attention between posting on the boards and your cat demanding rubs.
  3. You are very welcome. Incidentally, they made the issue of the boat breaking by refunding our full ticket price.
  4. Indy in Bayonne would make me very happy. I will now be keeping fingers, legs and eyes crossed that your prediction is correct.
  5. So what's left to take over from Anthem in Bayonne? Looking to tag a cruise on to a New York city break in early May 2021.
  6. It's been reported over on the blog site that she will be doing 7 - 11 night Russia and Baltic cruises out of Stockholm and that bookings will open the week of December 9th.
  7. On the whole we did. We just took it slowly and stopped to take photos from time to time. DH, being the least fit, was more than ready to sit down when we eventually went for lunch though.
  8. We did this last year and enjoyed it, although we did have a bit of a hiccup that was subsequently resolved satisfactorily.
  9. It's on the planner for my cruise on Adventure in two weeks' time.
  10. When I last sailed on a ship that required booking for shows there was definitely the option of booking on board. I think there was a kiosk or something and you could also do it on your stateroom TV. However, this was a number of years ago, long before the key was even a twinkle in a bean counter's eye, so I can't be sure it still works that way. Hopefully someone with up-to-date information will be able to chime in. Or possibly someone on your roll call might know, if it's active.
  11. If you're really interested in buying it, check back daily. It might show up again. That happened on my cruise planner. One day it was showing "sold out" and the next day it was available again.
  12. You can usually book cruise planner items up to about 3 days before sailing. The exact cut-off date for your sailing should be shown somewhere in the small print at the bottom of the page. That said, if you wait to buy, you may find that The Key has either sold out or gone up in price. You have nothing to lose by booking it now. If you do get an upgrade that means it loses its value you can cancel it.
  13. You can check the actual terminal your ship will be at here: https://pevvesseltraffic.broward.org/webx/ However, this only shows you the terminals for about a week ahead and operational reasons could result in last minute changes so it's not written in stone.
  14. European cruises have tended to be what I consider to be stupidly expensive for the last 3 or 4 years. We have found we can cruise cheaper in the Caribbean than in our own "backyard", even when you add in the cost of flights across the pond.
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