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Old May 3rd, 2006, 03:30 PM
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I am trying to book our first cruise and we will be traveling with 2 adults and 7 kids (2 are 1 year old twins). Any suggestions on ships with ajoining rooms that will allow 5 people each. We are flexible on ports. Any help is appreciated. We actually have two sets of twins and I have not been on vacation in 7 years--we both work!
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Kacie:

The only thing I can think of would be to book two family suites and put one adult in each one. Depending on the age of the kids you could book three rooms all together and put the older children in one room and one adult and the younger children in the other two rooms. We travel with our 4 kids and have always booked two cabins either right next to each other or across the hall. Kids in one and adults in the other. I bring the old baby monitor to keep track of what's going on in the kids room. Hope this helps.

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i would look into Royal Caribbean and Carnival. Both lines very family friendly. Look into the family staterooms on these lines, this room would accomodate all 7 of you in one cabin. They only have a few of these staterooms available and they book up really fast. If you can't get a family stateroom then go with adjoing staterooms, again book early as there are not a lot of those either.
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