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Old 12-01-2013, 02:07 AM   #76
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Thank you very much for your trip report. Sounds like an amazing trip overall. Good luck compiling your video!
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Old 12-03-2013, 07:13 PM   #77
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Yes, thanks for finishing up the report. We sail in May (all adults) on the 9-night, so I really enjoyed your report and perspective.

We did a 3-night cruise in November and had the same meal as you in Palo. I absolutely loved the lobster ravioli, thought it was about the best thing I had ever eaten in my life. My DH had the calamari as an appetizer as well and we both had the filet with the souffle for dessert. On our 3 night cruise we had dinner in Palo two of the three nights. I love both dinner and brunch at Palo, but there was not a brunch offered on our sailing.

Do you have another adventure planned?
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Old 12-04-2013, 06:03 AM   #78
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Yes, thanks for finishing up the report. We sail in May (all adults) on the 9-night, so I really enjoyed your report and perspective. We did a 3-night cruise in November and had the same meal as you in Palo. I absolutely loved the lobster ravioli, thought it was about the best thing I had ever eaten in my life. My DH had the calamari as an appetizer as well and we both had the filet with the souffle for dessert. On our 3 night cruise we had dinner in Palo two of the three nights. I love both dinner and brunch at Palo, but there was not a brunch offered on our sailing. Do you have another adventure planned?
You're welcome - I'm just sorry it took so long!

We have a deposit down for the Eastbound transatlantic in May but due to various commitments should probably cancel. I really don't want to cancel though as we got such a cheap price for the cruise!

We have until January to cancel so I am trying to find a solution before then!!!
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Old 12-17-2013, 09:40 AM   #79
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Hi Topsy! Thank you for all the photos and details- we are about to book this for this august, and i am CRAZY excited about it! Thanks especially for all of your verandah pics- we are hoping to book one of those and an inside across the hall (if it is still available on Dec 28th when we board the Fantasy). Your photos from it were lovely, I love how the window framed the scenery and the interior was adorable! Were you glad you had a Navigator Verandah for Alaska, do you have any regrets you didn't choose one of the regular balconies? And were there 2 chairs out there along with the bench? Thanks for any insight- very grateful!

And so glad you went to Tracy's- that was already on my must-do list! Also good to hear about your whale watching- something else we want to do up there. There really are so many excursions in Alaska to try, it's difficult to narrow it down!

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Old 12-17-2013, 10:51 AM   #80
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Thanks for such a detailed trip report! My husband and I will be on this cruise in July for our honeymoon, so I appreciate the adults-only perspective. We went on the Dream with his family in August and loved all the adults-only sections, so we decided to book the Alaska cruise while on board (we'd previously been considering Royal Caribbean).

I hope you get to go on your TA cruise!
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Old 12-26-2013, 11:01 AM   #81
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Such an AWESOME! report with beautiful photos!
Thanks for getting me even more in the mood for our cruise in May!
Will most likely read this again for references.
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