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Old 02-08-2006, 07:19 AM
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Posted February 06, 2006 05:18 PM
Dear Chris I have teenagers but did observe the young families. Ther is a club for the sm. children. The couples I met left the children for a couple of hours during middle evening. Just to take in a show or late dinner or casino. They will be very tired from all the daily activities that go on during the day around the pool on the lido deck. They will love the ice cone machine ane pizza 24 hrs. We ate many ourselves.
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Old 02-08-2006, 07:21 AM
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I dread Belize it is the worst port i have ever been to. It is very very dirty and stinks and there is not much to do with young children so my advice would be to stay on the ship, if not get down and walk around for a while you might change your mind.
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Old 02-09-2006, 07:39 AM
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We did this cruise couple months ago. The little kids were so cute. We saw them several times with the staff, @ dinner, by the pool. They were well tended. Every time I saw them it seemed there were about 2 kids for every staff member. Belize? Well..I agree. spooky place. After reading the boards, this is the only city we booked a formal tour in. It was spooky, extremely poor, the city tour was very nice, glad we did it. But after we were dropped off we walked to "downtown". That I would not recommend. I don't think I saw any nice beaches for the kids. All the other ports were great for kids of all ages. But Belize..I'm glad we saw it, had a nice time, but have no desire to return.
We have been to many extremely poor cities around the world that I was never nervous walking around the city. Here, I just can't put my finger on it as to why it made me nervous. Hope this helps.
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Old 02-11-2006, 09:50 AM
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A very BIG T H A N K Y O U.
For all the replies with some really useful advise. It really is appreciated.
We head for Orlando in a weeks time then the cruise is after that..... we really can't wait.

Thanks Again
The Langley Family (Nottingham UK)
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Old 02-25-2006, 06:24 PM
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There will be plenty of kids for them to play with and camp carnival is great, you will find them screaming when it is time to leave, i also take full advantage of the nightly babysitting, it's worth the small fee.
also for the liitle ones there is a special kids pool sense they are not aloud in the adults pool and beleive me. people get real nutted up when the children are in the adult pool, i saw a women get detained and thrown off the boat at the next port because she pulled a kid out.
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