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  1. Just wonder if anyone has ever been to one that they really enjoyed and what the related expenses were. We would want one that caters to children and involves a lot of horseback riding, cow handling and either big game hunting or fishing. Lodge or cabin doesn't really matter. Good food is important though. Thanks.
  2. Just wonder if anyone has ever been to one that they really enjoyed and what the related expenses were. We would want one that caters to children and involves a lot of horseback riding, cow handling and either big game hunting or fishing. Lodge or cabin doesn't really matter. Good food is important though. Thanks.
  3. Just wonder if anyone has ever been to one that they really enjoyed and what the related expenses were. We would want one that caters to children and involves a lot of horseback riding, cow handling and either big game hunting or fishing. Lodge or cabin doesn't really matter. Good food is important though. Thanks.
  4. My ship is supposed to sail at 5 PM. I have cruised before and usually arrive at the dock around 10 or 11 AM. However, this time, flights are really limiting me and I may not be able to make it to the dock until 2 or 3 PM. Until what time before sailing are they still accepting passengers through registration? What is the latest anyone has arrived at the dock before they sailed? Thanks.
  5. My ship is supposed to sail at 5 PM. I have cruised before and usually arrive at the dock around 10 or 11 AM. However, this time, flights are really limiting me and I may not be able to make it to the dock until 2 or 3 PM. Until what time before sailing are they still accepting passengers through registration? What is the latest anyone has arrived at the dock before they sailed? Thanks.
  6. My ship is supposed to sail at 5 PM. I have cruised before and usually arrive at the dock around 10 or 11 AM. However, this time, flights are really limiting me and I may not be able to make it to the dock until 2 or 3 PM. Until what time before sailing are they still accepting passengers through registration? What is the latest anyone has arrived at the dock before they sailed? Thanks.
  7. Thanks for the input. We have always cruised with Carnival in the past, but it would be RCCL this time. I did not look into the minimum yet, but I did see on their site that they will only provide babysitting services for children 1 year and older. At five months I figure my son will sleep through most stuff and probably won't even be noticed, but you never know. I used to be one of those people who got annoyed with other people's whining/crying children.....a cruise is a big expense, I don't want to ruin it for other people. I still welcome any other feedback....thanks! Gina
  8. Thanks for the input. We have always cruised with Carnival in the past, but it would be RCCL this time. I did not look into the minimum yet, but I did see on their site that they will only provide babysitting services for children 1 year and older. At five months I figure my son will sleep through most stuff and probably won't even be noticed, but you never know. I used to be one of those people who got annoyed with other people's whining/crying children.....a cruise is a big expense, I don't want to ruin it for other people. I still welcome any other feedback....thanks! Gina
  9. We are planning a cruise with our 11 year old daughter in February. It will most likely be a four night cruise to the Bahamas. Since it is a four night cruise I am up in the air about whether or not to take our infant son (he will be 5 months old at the time of the cruise). Since I have been on other cruises, I know that some people do it and they seem perfectly at ease with it, but I wasn't sure if it was more of a European trend? Has anyone ever taken their infant? Had a good/bad experience with another guests infant? Thanks.
  10. We are planning a cruise with our 11 year old daughter in February. It will most likely be a four night cruise to the Bahamas. Since it is a four night cruise I am up in the air about whether or not to take our infant son (he will be 5 months old at the time of the cruise). Since I have been on other cruises, I know that some people do it and they seem perfectly at ease with it, but I wasn't sure if it was more of a European trend? Has anyone ever taken their infant? Had a good/bad experience with another guests infant? Thanks.
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