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HI Folks. i am wondering what is the best idea as this is only our 2nd cruise. Last one was on the Princess and we got the soda package.I see that RC package is more expensive and does not include the same variety. My main question is if I usually drink lemonade is it easily found on RC ?  On my last cruise, i mainly used the large mug for lemonade which appears to be free on most cruises. So I am wondering if you can get lemonade  easily at most places and if it would be allowable for me to bring my own large mug so that I can use that instead of buying the pop package. I hope this is clear.Mainly ,can I find lemonade easily on the cruise and can I use my own large mug?

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Lemonade is easily found when Windjammer is open for lunch and dinner.  Some ships also have it at other venues.  If you mention a ship name, we can probably help.

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thank you. Do you think I can bring my own mug for that? We are going to Alaska on the Serenade of the Seas.

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2 minutes ago, Andy49 said:

thank you. Do you think I can bring my own mug for that? We are going to Alaska on the Serenade of the Seas.

 

Sure.  You would have to fill a clean glass with Lemonade and then pour that into your mug. 

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You can also bring a couple of sports bottles and fill them from clean glasses in the WJ to keep in the cooler in your cabin so you always have some on hand for when the WJ is closed. 

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5 minutes ago, Andy49 said:

thank you. Do you think I can bring my own mug for that? We are going to Alaska on the Serenade of the Seas.

Serenade has lemonade and iced tea at parc cafe most hours of the day.  Also available in the windjammer and if windjammer is not open, the outside machine next to the entrance has it 24 hours a day.  Maybe they close that drink station to clean it, but I have been ther at 1am and 6am and there has been lemonade, iced tea, water and coffee.

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So is it easy to get ice tea as well? I wonder if they mind if you bring some lemon juice so you can just make your own lemonade in your room if they don't supply it very easily in the evening?

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The refreshment station outside entrance of the windjammer is open 24/7 it seems.  There are drinks before WJ is open and I have been able to get lemonade at 2am from this station.

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quite honestly, you can get iced tea or lemonade pretty much 24/7.   between Windjammer and park cafe you are covered.  no need to bring your own fixings

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Iced tea was one of the things I was wondering about before my cruise to Alaska last year. Never had a problem getting it in WJ or Solarium (not sure if Serenade has that). As others mentioned, pour it into a clean glass and from that glass pour it into your mug/bottle/etc. 

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1 minute ago, bhsolo said:

... Never had a problem getting it in WJ or Solarium (not sure if Serenade has that).  ...

 

Yep, Serenade has Park Cafe in the Solarium.

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