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Old 10-08-2011, 01:41 PM
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Here is my personal testimony regarding beds that cannot be combined:

Our first cruise was in 1992 on the old Westerdam of Holland America. It was a big group cruise of several hundred people and was arranged by some large agency in Atlanta that was inpersonal and just plugged people into cabins without asking or providing specifics. We didn't know anything about cruising at the time. When we got to our cabin we discovered that it was one where the beds were attached to the walls and could not be combined. Not a lot of fun for a couple's first cruise. That agency didn't really care about us as individuals, but they had the exclusive rights to that group cruise.

I told the story to a cruise specialist I met a couple years later. She almost immediately asked if we were in an F category cabin on upper promenade deck. She knew.
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Thanks for the information. I guess my issue was not having a good local TA that specializes in cruises.

I'm hoping we'll be okay with the bed situation on our cruise. Looking online it says "two twin beds (can convert into queen-size)." We are in a deluxe oceanview stateroom #6632 on the Liberty of the Seas. Only 49 days.....getting excited.
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Old 10-08-2011, 04:55 PM
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The Liberty Of The Seas has the great RCI bedding which actually debuted on the Freedom I think. You will not know you are sleeping on two beds pushed together.
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