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angelinaxox1

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    Princess, RCCL, Disney, Carnival and NCL
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Alaska and Scandinavia

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  1. This is definitely true. I just got off the Magic on Sunday. We were traveling for my parents' 60th wedding anniversary. I called Disney beforehand to inquire about it and to have it marked on our reservation (although I am not sure it this was necessary or not). The morning of our Castaway Cay day, we called down to Guest Services and were told they would make sure that a golf cart was called and would take all of us together. We just had to let them know when we were ready to head ashore. We did that and when we got off the ship we had to wait a little bit, but sure enough a golf cart came and picked us up. It took us all the way to Serenity Bay. When we were done for the day, we went to the beach rentals booth there and they called for the golf cart to pick us up. If it were not for the golf cart, there was no way my parents could have gotten off the ship. The first tram spot was too far to walk to, which we unfortunately learned from a previous experience. I am so grateful how helpful guest services was in arranging the golf cart this time as it allowed my parents to enjoy the day at Castaway Cay.
  2. Yes, Tiana appears in Tiana's and Rapunzel and Flynn Ryder appear in Rapunzel's. We have had luck in getting a table for just my party size in all my cruises except my third Disney cruise which was my honeymoon. I went to the headwaiter when I first boarded the ship and after the first night at dinner we were switched to a table for two. We have been successful all the other times with different numbers of people in our party. Most of my cruises, I book close to the cruise sail date including two cruises that we booked only a couple of weeks out and even then we were able to get a table for just us. I always make sure I head to wherever the dining people are set up the first day of the cruise to verify that we have our own table. We always have late seating, though. After years of sitting with others at dinner on cruises, I have moved on to just wanting private tables and have never felt like our tables were to close to any other table.
  3. I was just on the Rhapsody at the beginning of August. I did my excursion through Royal so I can only speak for my experience with the tender process in that regards. We had to meet in the show lounge at 6:45 a.m. When they were ready for my excursion group, they called us and walked us down to the floor we needed to get the tender. We swiped our cards and boarded the tender. It didn't take long before the tender was full and we were on our way. So If you are doing an excursion through Royal it was easy. I don't have experience with what it was like for those who didn't do their excursion through Royal. Sent from my iPad using Forums
  4. We are spending three days in Venice too. I was there years ago on a land trip, so I would welcome any suggestions for Venice. How did you find the embarking and debarking to be? Also, do you have any recommendations for activities on the ship? I already plan on attending the trivias and am doing the sushi class since I really enjoyed the one on the Anthem. So I was wondering if there was any other activities you found to be worthwhile. Thanks for any info you can provide. Sent from my iPhone using Forums
  5. I would also find it useful as I am doing a seven day on the Rhapsody in August with two of the same ports. I like reading about the Rhapsody and sailing out of Venice. Sent from my iPhone using Forums
  6. How was the walk down? I am on the Rhapsody in August with two other ships docked, although one doesn't arrive until early afternoon. Sent from my iPad using Forums
  7. I took my iPad last summer on the Anthem. The tricky part for me was maneuvering it every time to get it into the safe. But once I did that, it did fit inside the safe. Sent from my iPad using Forums
  8. When I did the one day in the parks on my Port Canaveral Day (and even when I go for one day at the beginning of cruises), I always choose to go to Magic Kingdom and eat at Liberty Tree Tavern for a late lunch. I spend the whole day on the go, so I find Liberty Tree Tavern to be the perfect place for a break. I also like not having to wait in line at the quick service places and looking for a table. Sent from my iPad using Forums
  9. +1 Exactly how I feel based on my cruising experience. Sent from my iPad using Forums
  10. The bed was by the balcony. There was a thread from awhile back where someone posted pictures of the balcony of this cabin. It gave me a good idea of what to expect. Sent from my iPad using Forums
  11. I stayed in 6170 last August. I loved the cabin. I thought the location was nice and enjoyed the balcony. I would pick this room again if I ever went back on the Anthem. Sent from my iPad using Forums
  12. Favorite: My favorite ship is a blast from the past — the Nordic Prince and this is followed by the Jewel and Anthem Least: Explorer Sent from my iPad using Forums
  13. I talked to one person who said others have reported the issue as well. I then talked to a supervisor who said they are looking into fixing the issue but had no idea when (or if) it would be corrected. Sent from my iPad using Forums
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