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What rules would you like Disney to change?

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  1. nikicares

    nikicares Creating Memories of a Lifetime!

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    I am disappointed in how people have no level of human respect for each other :sad2:

    The RULES I would like to see changes/enforced are:

    1. No kids in the adult areas (but Disney has to allow some leway on this as those 'kids' rooms that only have access through the adult area (faulty design on Disney's part - as long as the are only walking through quietly to the other side)

    2. No smoking in rooms or veranda - I too have sever asthma and could not enjoy the concierge veranda I paid GOOD money for, because the smokers next to us other on their veranda all the time! I was not able to even enjoy coffee in the mornings without needing my inhaler! Maybe Disney can allow smokers on one side of the ship while the other side is for non smokers?! This way if the smoking doesnt bother you then you can book anywhere, but those that dont want to or cant be around smoke can enjoy their verandah's as well.

    3. I would like to see the "no saving loungers or seats in theaters" ENFORCED. Your on a family vacation, show up as a family and find a seat, if you want a "good" seat, go early...

    4. Dress code in dining rooms reduced to short/t-shirts for most nights, but dress codes ENFORCED on formal and semi formal nights!
     
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  4. anna08

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    Add me to the no smoking shipwide vote.

    I would like to see them enforce the pool rules that are there -
    especially no diapers in the pools. I would like lifeguards stationed by the children's pools so that I don't have to stress over the safety of some kids when ones that are misbehaving and blatantly blow off the rules. The current situation flies in the face of all that Disney stands for in terms of a safe place for kids.
     
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    As a former lifeguard, and swim coach and swim teacher....a lifeguard is NEVER a substitute for parental attentiveness.
     
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