Thread: Cork Fee
View Single Post
  #11 (permalink)  
Old February 22nd, 2011, 11:36 AM
Queen of Oakville's Avatar
Queen of Oakville Queen of Oakville is offline
Senior Member
Admiral
 
Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: Oakville, Ontario
Posts: 1,221
Default

For anyone who's as cheap as me .... you can bring your own corkscrew ... uncork the bottle yourself. If there are no wine glassses in your stateroom, ask your cabin steward. Pour your own wine, and bring the glass to the MDR. Yes, you enter the dining room with your wine glass in hand, but no one knows if you walked out of your cabin with it, or if you stopped for a glass of wine before dinner at one of the bars.

Still trying to figure out how we'll get a few bottles of wine on board for our HAL cruise. I'm contemplating, wrapping the bottles in towels and then placing in a large zippy bag and placing in our checked luggage. I wish we could still bring liquids on a plane.

The only other option is get the cab to stop at a liquor store on the way to Everglades - which seems kind of silly. Are there any wine stores near the port at T&C or San juan?
__________________

Royal Oasis of the Seas - 2013 {pending}
Disney Fantasy - 2013
Disney Dream - 2012
Royal Freedom of the Seas - 2011
HAL Eurodam - 2011
Royal Grandeur of the Seas - 2010
Carnival Dream - 2010
Grand Princess - 2002
Royal Voyageur of the Seas - 2000
Royal Sovereign of the Seas - 1999
Carnival Ecstacy - 1991
Reply With Quote