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Old 08-14-2009, 07:44 AM
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I didn't know that I could do that! That's awesome, I am so looking forward to the food and I'm such an undecisive person when it comes to menus. Thank you so much for your help!
You will also be able to order many of the main courses in a smaller appetizer size. Must of these are the pasta based type entrees and will normally say "available as appetizer" under them. But if you are not sure you can always ask. My wife always has more than one lobster.

Living near the port is a great thing in my book but that means you are in easy driving reach of Port Everglades, Port Canaveral and even Tampa. So if you find out you enjoy cruising, you will have a whole bunch of choices available to you. We have found that the biggest expense is the airfare, you don't have to worry about that though. (although you may want to look into alternatives to parking your car at the port. The cost of parking there is high)
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In the first post some concern was expressed about booking an inside cabin. I've booked many of them, and had great cruises. On a 3 day cruise, I doubt you'll be in the cabin very much anyway.

They'll take your picture while boarding with the ship and sail date on it. Though a little pricey to buy the print, it is a great memento especially of your first cruise. You will have one Formal "Cruise Elegant" night for dining should you choose to dress up. That is also a great photo opportunity. They will have those pictures displayed on the Promenade Deck for sale.

I am a very indecisive person as well when it comes to menus. This may help you get a jump start on it.

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Oops! I forgot to mention that I highly recommend the West Indian Roasted Pumpkin Soup.

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