Meal seating question

Discussion in 'Disney Cruise Line Forum' started by jimsubry, Jun 10, 2013.

  1. Kendal

    Kendal DIS Veteran

    Apr 13, 2013
    I do have to say may fam and I have been on two dcl cruises on the dream.... With that bein said we have set with strangers both times... First time was a shocker we had no idea this happened... We hit it off with the other family real good... Second time prior to the cruise we were kinda excited to see who we r paired up with turns out both of our files has kinda something in common.... We have a third cruise booked and we are takin my father in law... I had told my wife I wonder if we will he a table to ourselves.... My wife replies.... I hope not that's half of the experience....... Although I did request a window seat for supper witch I would like to try once but ther than that I think it's really neat beacause you actually become one big family..... We have pictures from shutters with the other family as part of our cruise!!

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  3. AJA55

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    Jun 24, 2002
    You are correct baleev. Although we have only been on one cruise, my mother and I love meeting new people and getting to know them and seeing the cruise from others eyes. But we had/have a rule. If we are not comfortable the first night then we’ll ask to be changed to a different table. I would have no qualms about doing that.

    So we thought we’d end up at a four top alone. But we had two sister-in-laws showing up a bit late. The first thing out of one mouth was complaints, complaints and more complaints. We thought …well looks like we’ll have to change. But it all worked out good and we still wish to this day that we had given our email address to keep in contact….with the one that didn’t complain….LOL

    And Kendal..we are like your wife. It is part of the experience. But we knew heading into the cruise that we would be seated with others. Maybe that makes a difference.

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