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Old 04-14-2008, 08:54 AM
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I guess that's what I meant: I got the impression the walk off option was for folks who lived for a week out of a carry on and those of us with luggage weren't really encouraged to do this. Like this is available, but only under certain conditions, and probably not yours. Didn't save the paperwork either, so I may have gotten a wrong impression, but I don't think so. If we had realized we could do this easily we would have. We had a 12:15 flight.
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No, its not only for those with a carry on. We did it with several suitcases (forgot to get the luggage outside on time and were basically forced to do the self disembarkation.) IF you can manage all your luggage AND you want or need to be off the ship early, then by all means, go for it.
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The Express Walk-off Information Sheet is ]here[/url]

We did Express walk-off in Phila. and, recently, in Amsterdam. Both worked quite well. For the transatlantic we each had a wheeled carryon and a large, wheeled suitcase. In additon we had a small backpack. No problems at all. Since we left early there were still elevators available on the Jewel. We were off the ship by 7:30, dumped our luggage at our hotel and touring AMS by 8:00 a.m. If you are physically fit and can pack light I'd recommend Express Walk-off. If you have more than 2 pieces of luggage or will have a hard time handling your laggage please don't do it - for your safetly as well as the safety of those around you.
 
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