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Old May 24th, 2010, 02:03 PM
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No. It was a mad house, trying to get on. There were many people complaining. It seemed like the port workers did not know what to do. They were just emphatic that everyone should stay in line. My son had a bad nose bleed and asked to be escorted to the bathroom. He was told to get back into line. Another security guard came by the line, and he volunteered to escort him. He said the people just do not know what they are doing. My mother-in law (she is handicapped) was calling our cell phone, telling us to come straight to the counter, because she could not check in until we got there. The Carnival person, checking her in, had already started on her sign and sail account and needed all of us there. She is always on our account.
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