Who's sailing 3/2/13 on the Fantasy??
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That's awesome! You're going to love this vacation! Let me know if you have any questions about packing or anything else!
See you in 93 days!
we are staying on deck 8 in and porthole seated room on sartboad room. anything you can tell me about the room and location on the ship.seen stock pick of the room type like some personal feed back. how was the cabans foodcouurt? did you rent a caban on castaway cay? was it worth the money?
We are on deck 7 in the same stateroom that we were in on the Dream last year. We are midship in a Deluxe Family Stateroom with Verandah. I am not 100% sure what your stateroom will look like but I can tell you that I am sure that you will love it!! Are you in the back or front of the ship? The staterooms on this Cruise Line are nice in size regardless of type. Don't worry about that!
Cabana's is great...it is a gigantic buffet restaurant with so many food choices that you will stuff yourself trying to taste everything. It is located on Deck 11 with all of the pools. There is also pizza, sandwiches, ice cream, and drink stations spread out across Deck 11. You won't want for food.
As for a cabana, we didn't rent one, they were all taken last year. They are costly and we are not going to try for one this year...we loved the Island and didn't feel like it was overcrowded at all. I have 2 teenage boys that took advantage of the Teen Wild Side excursion so we had time to go to the adult only part as well as use the family side. Some people swear by the cabanas though.
Our room is aft starboard. Right outside of eveltor bank. Mine are 12 girl and 10 boy. Have you done Palo bruch and or remy brunch? Have you tried cabans for dinner?
I think you will love your stateroom, sounds like a great location. My boys are 14 and 15 and spend most of there time at The Vibe. Our first cruise was only 4 nights so we opted to eat all of our dinners within our dining rotation. We loved all our meals. We only are breakfast and lunch at Cabanas, although I met some people who liked to eat dinner there and loved it. We are thinking about Remy this time around. It's supposed to be great!
Our son will most likely spend his time at oceanier lab,daughter i think will like the edge.we are going to try both brunches and dinners at Palo and remy if we can swing it. Wife will be most happy I am planning going to Europa most nights, she loves dancing. Thinking about a wine package have tried one on your last cruise?
My niece will hopefully going to the Oceanier lab, she wasn't receptive to it last year but my sister in law is going to insist this time. Maybe she will be friendly and make friends with your son! I will see you at Europa!!
My son is very outgoing i am sure if she there she will atlase know him. If you want to send me private message i will tell our real names and cabin number. Looking foreword to having another couple to hang with at Europa. Is sister-in-law going with you or just her daughter?
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We are all checked-in and port adventures are booked!!! We waited up until midnight...too much fun. My sister in law, her husband, daughter, son, my best friend and her husband, as well as another friend, her teenage son, her boyfriend, and his 2 teenagers will be there with us too. I will private message you, if I can figure that out!
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