|04-23-2013, 09:28 AM||#11|
There's never enough vacation time
I'm always thinking about it
I can't imagine being in it alone
Join Date: Feb 2007
So Joshua and I were taking last night and he had a ton of cruise questions. I tried to answer what I could and the subject of dinner time came up. I explained what our days would look like with early dinner and late dinner and we've decided to change to the late seating! I'm so glad and appreciate everyone's input. The things are important to us are sunshine, beach, sunsets, and pool time and late seating will allow us to enjoy more of all. Not having to be rushed for or during dinner will be a huge benefit to the quality of our trip. I'm thinking a nice cheese plate and some wings will be in order before the show so we don't fill up during the show. I don't like to sleep on a full stomach but for a few nights, it won't kill me.
What do people generally do after dinner when they've got late seating?
me DH DD16 DD14 DS12 Riley Guinness
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