Try to have them seat you farther into the dining room . There is a lot of traffic up by the main door.
Room Service coffee in the morning is a must, it starts the day off right.
We actually did something that we have seldom done before. We ate most of our breakfasts in the main dining room. It is really better than on the Lido deck.
salad bar is excellent--room service is awesome; stay away from the art shows and the jewelry store!! the evening shows are very good...and not overcrowded! the "anytime seating" for dinner was great! didn't feel pushed into a schedule--will do this again.
Go to the Serenity Bar, it's by far one of the most relaxing aspects of the ship.
Serenity Deck was great, very relaxing and serene. Great place for adults without children.
Make sure you do not book beneath a bar or entertainment area.
For Alaska a balcony is a must. There is so much scenery that would not have been enjoyable without the balcony view we had.
Buffets great and Truffles dining room awesome.
I love taking a 12 pack of cokes and making a coke float from the ice cream machine each day. It was always a highlight.
Enjoy the serenity pool area for 21 and over.
Your time dining good, but go early (5:30) or at 7:30 to get window seat for dinner (they go fast)
Be prepared to be eating all the time!
Do the anytime dining! Lido deck always crowded
Eat at the steak restaurant
Choose early dinner time so you can finish early enough to enjoy your evening. Get up early for breakfast and when you pull into port, dont wast anytime getting off the boat.
I really, really liked the pizza, but heard others complain. It is thin crust, which is what I like. Really good!
Get a stateroom with a balcony towards the front of the ship if you can. Ours was spacious and peaceful. Very little traffic :)
Open dining for dinner is best... if you can, sit in Earl's area. He's the best waiter! Don't bother with spending money on other dining options- the regular food in the main dining area will blow you away
Book a special balcony on the stern of the ship.
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