Hey, I remember you! We met in the ship's store when you were buying Sleep-Eze. I certainly do NOT remember running into you in the Club Arctic dance club at 1:00 am while I was dancing my @ss off to music I'd never heard before. I'm 63.
Review by Happytogo
In response to review, MrChocoholic says ...
Cabin selection is very important when booking a cruise.
Best bet is too have cabins above you and cabins below you, whenever possible.
Before you book your next cruise may I suggest that you have the deck plans open on your computer so you can pick a good cabin. Make sure to be surrounded by cabins on both sides above and under you. I can also suggest not to far forward as then you hear and feel every time the anchor drops or is lifted. It is a rude way to wake up at 5 am.
What's so bad about Nassau, and Great Stirrup OOPS, I mean Half Moon Cay? Completely different experiences, like going to the city and then to the country. Sometimes, you just can't choose your stateroom. Like, when you book it and let them pick it based on being cheap--as I am. Or being SO late booking that the available cabins are severely limited-usually the worst ones, like I did. Yeah, I know, the Arctic Dance Club isn't for party types over 40, but I had fun watching those young 'uns gyrating on the floor.
Didn't do your research on your choice of cabin location. Went short and came up short of sleep.