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About cruzysuzy

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    genealogy, cruising, reading
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    Princess, Celebrity
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  1. DH and I have made reservations for Murano on the Reflection. DH is a beef eater and will surely want the Chateaubriand for two. I am not so much a beef eater. Would there be a problem with his ordering that beef dish for himself while I order a fish dish? Also, in the main dining rooms has anyone noticed whether the steaks cooked to order tend to be under cooked or over cooked? He is a medium rare guy.
  2. Have a very similar experience on my one and only Carnival cruise.
  3. I do know that Concierge Class after boarding gets to eat lunch in one of the main dining rooms instead of the buffet but this is not true of Aqua Class or Suite passenger. They may have other options instead but I am not sure. You might wish to go to the Celebrity website and find if there are more differences.
  4. Been on Princess quite a bit. As much as I like Princess I give the edge to Celebrity for the food and entertainment. I would downgrade Celebrity (in comparison to Princess) for not having passenger operated laundries and not as good loyalty program.
  5. Those type of activities are more suited to the Cruise Director and his/her staff. I agree with the dignity issue. Captains should preserve some kind of mystique and/or gravitas in line with their premier position on the ship. It instills a sense of confidence in the passengers in that they are in capable and sober hands. I don't mind the joking but leave the fluff activities to the crew.
  6. I think a female cruise captain is great and past due but I can't help but think her footwear is more a slave to fashion then a professional maritime look like the US Navy or Coast Guard which tops it out at 2 5/8".
  7. Not sure when it happened but Bailey's is definitely in the Premium Package now.
  8. I had BBC's on RCI but have not seen them on other cruise line menus. I'm guessing it's an upcharge on X if you have the Classic Package since Bailey's is on the Premium Package.
  9. Wow, I didn't realize it would be so hard to get a reservation earlier in the evening.
  10. DH and I are considering our first night dinner at Murano's due to the discount. I checked their reservation list and the only availability for two at this time is 9:30 PM and 10:00 PM. Is it possible to get a better time once we are on board? Are there other discount offers later in the cruise? Our ship is the Reflection and we set sail on 4/22. Also, we are Concierge Class if that makes any difference.
  11. When deciding to upgrade from Classic to Premium, you have to decide if it's cheaper in the long run to pay extra to get that Premium drink(s) than to pay the extra $14 dollars a day. I might get only one Premium drink (in addition to my Classic choices) per day on my Classic plan but that certainly is not going to add up to $14. YMMV, however.
  12. You may find that paying the difference between your $9 limit and the more expensive cocktail (this is allowed) is cheaper than upgrading your package before or during your cruise.
  13. You need to go to the Britain forum on this website.
  14. Can someone definitely confirm the 'fresh squeezed' orange juice in the Classic Package? I thought it only covered orange juice in a carton.
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