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Old 03-29-2007, 07:13 AM
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Am I imagining it but I think you can open up the barrier between balconies? We are travelling on the yet-to-be-completed Liberty of the Seas in December but seem to remember reading somewhere that you could open the partition between next door balconies on the Freedom, on which the Liberty is based. We are next door, on Deck 7, to our friends and would like to do this. Does anyone know if I'm correct in this assumption?
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Old 03-29-2007, 09:51 AM
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Am I imagining it but I think you can open up the barrier between balconies? We are travelling on the yet-to-be-completed Liberty of the Seas in December but seem to remember reading somewhere that you could open the partition between next door balconies on the Freedom, on which the Liberty is based. We are next door, on Deck 7, to our friends and would like to do this. Does anyone know if I'm correct in this assumption?
I havn't sailed on either of these ships, but the balconies I know did have very flimsey barries. I could hear very well and even have a coherant conversation with my neigher. I think I saw bolts holding them together, so just perhaps the bolts can be unbolted. Ask your Steward, he should know. And if he helps, don't forget to tip. There are for sure Cabins that have adjoining doors.
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We have tried to have the balconies opened on different ships (they are on hinges) and the answer has always been no. It seems that they are concerned about the safety of the passengers if the partition was to swing closed. But, you can always ask. Also it's easy to talk between balconies.
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Oh, one more thing, all ships have connecting rooms. We often get them with our friends and you can open the door between. That works out well.
 
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