Something I said earlier makes me want to ask ----- Why do a lot of cruisers get to the dining room doors 10 to 15 minutes before opening and just stand there milling around? Plenty of chairs/tables available to sit and relax but they have their nose to the door waiting Oh well, good for us because it guarantees us a place to sit and relax before dinner.
The "getting-to-the-dining-room-early-syndrome" has always mystified us also. Like, you do have a reservation a.k.a. table#. They will NOT run out of food. I think it's a "thing " with some people-gotta be first! The problem is, handicapped people arrive by elevator and can't even get off because the area outside the dining room is jam packed with the over-anxious, over-eaters. Some people simply like to line up