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Old 05-20-2013, 07:35 PM   #16
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Which ports did you have to tender into?
We only tendered to grand cayman.
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Old 05-20-2013, 08:09 PM   #17
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Do you remember what the themed nights were for dinner? From what I am finding it looks like the first 3 nights are rotational, then Prince and Princess, Pirate night, Captains Gala, and See ya Real Soon. Does that sound right?
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Old 05-20-2013, 08:18 PM   #18
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We're headed on a Western Fantasy in August w/party of 7, including my in-laws (mid-80s) and kids ages 6,13,15.

Would love to hear more about your excursions and whether they were workable for children and seniors. I'm tempted to just skip the excursions and enjoy the ship or walk around near port, but if there is a good fit for our group, we'll try it.

Also... which dinner seating do you recommend?
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Old 05-20-2013, 08:42 PM   #19
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R the pastry in cove cafe an extra charge?
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Old 05-20-2013, 08:44 PM   #20
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You are going to have so much fun!!!!

We did the dolphin extreme swim and Turtle farm in Grand Cayman. We really enjoyed it. My son (10) said it was the best part of the trip.
Costa Maya we did the Mayan Ruins. It was good I am glad we did it.
Cozumel we just walked the port for a few hours because DH and son did the golf simulator and both kids had appointments for the Pirates League.

Cabana's, Enchanted Garden and Royal Court are open for breakfast I believe at 8am or 8:30 am you just walk in and they will seat you. We only did Cabana's once and hated it everything was cold and we went at 8:30am. We liked RC and EG but EG was I think all of our favorite for breakfast but it really depends on what your family likes.

We were concierge so we got 100 minute and I think DH had 20 minutes left over he just used to to check work emails. If you get minutes they will show you how to use it. all I remember is you have to type in logout.com so you don't keep using your minutes and not even realize it. I personally never logged on the internet.
We have these two same excursions booked for July!! Glad to hear you liked them both!

In Grand Cayman, we are only doing the dolphin encounter, not the swim because my 10 year old son is scared (my 7 year old daughter on the other hand wants to do it). I hope we get a good amount of interaction!
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My dd was scared and never did the swim part. IMP we got more interaction then I thought we would We were pushed by our dolphin (Luna) and got to hold her fins and sam too.
I was surprised they had stingrays there too and we got to pet them too and walk through a section with them swimming. That part freaked me out but I did it.
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