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Old 11-06-2006, 07:20 PM
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Well we took everyone's advice and called the travel agent. She called Carnival and we received an upgrade from an inside room to an outside room (from U-102 to M-116 on the Holiday). Thanks everyone for the advice. Is that also a good location? And does anybody know the spa prices for the Holiday?
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Old 11-07-2006, 12:30 AM
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Hello LenardM, If I am not mistaken and I don't believe I am, you have the worse cabin on the ship. And my being a true and dear friend of yours i'm going to allow you to dump that crappy cabin on me and you can work for me the week of the cruise. I would rather see you work the week for me with the pay going to me, and my making the ultimate sacrifice of taking that crappy cabin off your hands (at no cost to me)so that you don't have to spend a week in that terrible cabin. Only joking here!!!!!
Have a safe and fun cruise!!!!
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Old 11-07-2006, 02:18 AM
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I, not being a "true and dear friend" can tell you that is not an Upgrade from Inside to Outside. I do think it is a good location.
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Old 11-07-2006, 03:10 AM
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LenardM,

the location looks fine. Congratulations on getting the upgrade!
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Old 11-07-2006, 05:42 AM
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OK...so define "upgrade"!
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Old 11-07-2006, 06:26 PM
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Well, we did pay for the inside cabin. But this is also our Honeymoon and first cruise. So we think that the window view is great! But what about the spa prices?
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Hey LenardM, That is a good Upgrade! I was looking at Celebration decks instead of Holiday. Congrats to you, it is rare to go from inside to outside. They put some of the spa services on sale some days, and have drawings for free services. Hope you have a great cruise.
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Thanks IslandCruz! i'm so excited with 20 plus days remaining. I was told to bring sodas, water and snacks because your eating on a schedule. True?
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Not to rain on any plans, but be careful with Spa Specials. My wife and I fell for the "waistline-shrinking" mudpack which really was a deal BUT they make you feel like a cheap-tight-was criminal if you don't buy the continuing package between 300 and 3000! If you can enjoy the treatment and then walk out without getting hooked in, do it. Otherwise be careful...my wife fell for the 700 pkg..I only fell for the 300!
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Old 11-08-2006, 07:35 PM
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I took some sodas and water, I ended up with alot of sodas left but I drank all the water. There are plenty of snacks, and food going almost all the time. You can even get snacks 24 hours from room service.

You can make your eating schedule how you like it. I don't always go to the formal dining room, sometimes I eat at the casual on my schedule etc. Formal dining is on an assigned schedule, but are plenty of other options.

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