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Old 10-31-2004, 12:15 PM
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Nancy, I just got off the Navigator of the Seas and a group of us had dinner in Chops. Perhaps it was recently added?

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Old 10-31-2004, 04:01 PM
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Thank you for the correction. My post should have read The Adventure, Explorer and VOYAGER only have Portofinos. Only the two latest Voyager Class ships added Chops.

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Old 10-31-2004, 08:37 PM
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We took Adventure of the Seas in Sept 03, and it was a blast. It does the Southern Caribbean only year round. We ate at Portofino's on AOS as we pulled away from San Juan and the view was magnificent and the service was top notch. The food was so delicious and there were many and very good choices. You can view the menu outside the restaurant, but make sure to make the reservation once you are on board. It is more difficult to get one later in the week. Ditto for Voyager of the Seas. The menu changed (from AOS), but the food and service was also top notch. We will be on the Mariner in a few weeks, and am looking forward to Chops Grille!!! For lunch, do not miss Johnny Rockets. The staff will sing and dance sometimes (do the YMCA dance, etc) Try to get a table on the outside where you can see the beautiful blue ocean while eating a nice burger with your milkshake. Do not miss the midnight buffett in the main dining room. There are a ton of food, like sushi, cold meats, breads, veggies, and of course every dessert you can think of, with nice ice sculptures. You can grab snacks at the Cafe Promenade (pizza, donuts, cakes, small sadnwiches, fruits). Any Voyager class ship you choose will be an excellent choice.
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Old 11-01-2004, 11:28 AM
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thanks so much! I really think that the Mariner will be the winner...I've found tons of online photo albums and my parents love it as well. My friend's (who is also graduating with me) parents may come with us onboard, so it should be quite an experience. I'm sure ill have plenty more questions as time goes on, thanks guys!
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