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Old 01-22-2003, 11:09 PM
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THE vibrance of life certainly gets invigorated with a massive mega-resort like the Voyager. Our group of 30 friends had FUN! My wife of 30 years, family and I have been to 21 cruises and the Voyager raises the cruise excitement to the N'th degree. Getting lost on this big ship? The royal promenade gives it a mall perspective where the various venues were easy for the excited mind to relate n'navigate. The indoor carnaval/mardigras, the Vegas/ice shows, the dance places and people-interacting bring out the utmost delight to the max. Get involved, shed the inhibition, let out the inner fire n'spirit in you. Don't hold back on the FUN and the joy of life! Join in the party. Git' down, git' funky & disco off the calories 'til the wee hours. Feeling like you might make a fool of yourself? It's a state of mind. At cruises, nobody knows you. Of course, the key to life and cruising is that mindset within you. WHAT'S great with the Voyager? The renowned staff gives you a renewed aura of being important in life. RCCL mgn't & staff endeavor themselves for 100% satisfaction. They genuinely show it. In turn, show them your God-given warmth by commending them in writing to the hotel director right away. Thanx for the champagne Patrick Olin. The aftermath? you'll be treated royally with extra touches. Can't decide on Grand Marnier souffle' or tiramisu? Double lobster? go for it. They'll give you all with generous smiles & appreciation. It's too bad when some inconsiderate segment of humanity shows it's ugliest as they berate the staff... & themselves. Yes, the staff are mostly foreigners yearning for opportunity. But the golden rule still applies accordingly. CRUISERS should not miss the top deck party. The FUN interaction is superb. The revel-rousing cruisers are mahvelous'... and why not? Besides, the fun activities will surely shed those cruise blues. Participate in those dance instructionals. What a great way to laugh off the stresses and dance off the carbo-calories. SO THEN, pack a lot of positivity, FUN mentality & leave the negativity at the garbage can. Too stressful at embarkation/disembarkation? Turn around and strike a FUN talk with another cruiser. The wait will go fast & YOU may just make their day. Oh yes, one unfortunate negative event will stick to cruiser's heads and they'll let it ruin their hard-earned vacation. Oh well, LIFE GOES ON.. do enjoy your cruise.
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THE vibrance of life certainly gets invigorated with a massive mega-resort like the Voyager. Our group of 30 friends had FUN! My wife of 30 years, family and I have been to 21 cruises and the Voyager raises the cruise excitement to the N'th degree. Getting lost on this big ship? The royal promenade gives it a mall perspective where the various venues were easy for the excited mind to relate n'navigate. The indoor carnaval/mardigras, the Vegas/ice shows, the dance places and people-interacting bring out the utmost delight to the max. Get involved, shed the inhibition, let out the inner fire n'spirit in you. Don't hold back on the FUN and the joy of life! Join in the party. Git' down, git' funky & disco off the calories 'til the wee hours. Feeling like you might make a fool of yourself? It's a state of mind. At cruises, nobody knows you. Of course, the key to life and cruising is that mindset within you. WHAT'S great with the Voyager? The renowned staff gives you a renewed aura of being important in life. RCCL mgn't & staff endeavor themselves for 100% satisfaction. They genuinely show it. In turn, show them your God-given warmth by commending them in writing to the hotel director right away. Thanx for the champagne Patrick Olin. The aftermath? you'll be treated royally with extra touches. Can't decide on Grand Marnier souffle' or tiramisu? Double lobster? go for it. They'll give you all with generous smiles & appreciation. It's too bad when some inconsiderate segment of humanity shows it's ugliest as they berate the staff... & themselves. Yes, the staff are mostly foreigners yearning for opportunity. But the golden rule still applies accordingly. CRUISERS should not miss the top deck party. The FUN interaction is superb. The revel-rousing cruisers are mahvelous'... and why not? Besides, the fun activities will surely shed those cruise blues. Participate in those dance instructionals. What a great way to laugh off the stresses and dance off the carbo-calories. SO THEN, pack a lot of positivity, FUN mentality & leave the negativity at the garbage can. Too stressful at embarkation/disembarkation? Turn around and strike a FUN talk with another cruiser. The wait will go fast & YOU may just make their day. Oh yes, one unfortunate negative event will stick to cruiser's heads and they'll let it ruin their hard-earned vacation. Oh well, LIFE GOES ON.. do enjoy your cruise.
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Old 01-26-2003, 12:49 PM
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I applaud your attitude! A cruise is what you make it and I am so glad you enjoyed yours the way it was meant to be!!! Love hearing such positive posts - Thanks.
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