Question on Romance Package

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  1. Sallyc

    Sallyc Mouseketeer

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    For our first cruise and 25 wedding anniversary, I got the Romance Package. :love: It is almost time to make reservations. So, Since Palo is included in the package, do I still need to make a reservation or will they automatically have that in our rotation? Thanks!
     
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  3. Ethan's dad

    Ethan's dad Mouseketeer

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    I'm pretty sure you will need to make the Palo reservations, but you can do it at 105 days out with the Romance package.
     
  4. Mickeyhugger

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    You need to let them know what day you wish to dine.

    Rob
     
  5. lg3

    lg3 <font color=darkorchid>The '80's must have been ha

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    You will need to make your reservations yourself - just sign in online at DCL's web site at 105 days out to make your ressie! Don't worry, they have it all organized - when you get to Palo, they already know you have the Romance Package so you can choose your bottle of wine and the Palo fee is not on your bill they give you at the end of your meal - the only expense at Palo is the tip you choose. :thumbsup2
     
  6. ReggieB

    ReggieB DIS Cast Member<br><font color=red>I don't kiss ca

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    I did actually get a call from someone at DCL who wanted to confirm that I had made my Palo reservation. However that was probably a month out, as you have that 105 day booking option, I would book it at then rather than wait.
     
  7. lg3

    lg3 <font color=darkorchid>The '80's must have been ha

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    Yes, I forgot - they do call to verbally confirm.... I think for us it was about a week and a half before we set sail.
     

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