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Old 10-15-2008, 04:41 PM
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I think its a good idea not to open the dining room until exactly the right time, they close it down after the first sitting and the line restarts again for the 8.30 sitting. I dont get how people Queue all the time, Americans love it!!! I cant stand it so always arrive a few minutes late and straight to my seat for fantastic service!
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Old 10-15-2008, 04:51 PM
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Back in the "old days," the dining room doors would close 15 minutes after dinner began. I believe lines are more flexible with that, today. (Not that I advocate showing up late.)

Thanks for the review, wesnlin. I'm glad you were able to focus on the good and have a great time!
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Old 10-15-2008, 05:26 PM
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nicholegore,
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When you were on the Liberty did you spend anytime in the casino? If so, do they now charge a fee to get money off your seapass account for casino playing?
Wow you are going to have a great room! I have never been in anything larger than a junior suite. On our compass it says "You can us your seapass card for up to $2000 a day for gaming purposes only. A 3% convenience charge applies. "

We just took a little bit of cash to play in the casino and didn't have to worry about that fee. I hope you enjoy your cruise!
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Grand suites are very nice! You'll really enjoy the spacious bathroom and living room area. We had one on our transatlantic cruise in April. Next week we'll be in a D-1 balcony cabin and it will probably seem smaller than usual.

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sonny enjoy your trip maybe i will run into you the week of the 26th
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Thanks, cruise boy. Maybe we will, I'll be the guy sitting in the Captains chair.


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