Two changes to my questions. The first one is that we are not sailing on 12/25/01, we are in fact sailing on 11/25/01. The second mistake was that we will not be swimming with the sharks while in Nassau but will be swimming with the dolphins at the Blue Lagoon. What a relief !!!! Thanks again. Eric
We paid through AmEx and that only entitles those who purchased cruise using this card a first-visit to the bridge. Everyone can see the bridge but it is at a very inconvenient time. Most families were doing excursions, etc., when the bridge was being toured by non AmEx guests.
Hope this helps.Eric wrote:
> We are sailing 12/25/01. Me (43), Wife (38), Daugter (12),
> Daughter (9)
> 1. I'm driving. What would be a good time to get there to
> make sure that I get a good seating time at Palo's and also a
> good spa time.
> 2. We have snorkling equipment at home. Is there a need to
> lug it all along with us or should we rent.
> 3. We have reservations for the shark encounter in Nassau.
> What is the best way to get there.
> 4. My oldest daughter just started collecting pins and I
> hear that there is pin trading on board. Should we buy a
> bunch of "no name" pins before we get there so that we can
> trade up to a better model?
> 5. My wife is deathly afraid of sharks. Do you think she
> will snorkle at Castaway Cay?
> 6. Is there any way of getting a guided tour of the bridge?
> I read somewher that it requires booking with an American
> Express card or something like that.
> 7. I also read something about my daughters can be in a
> play. What is up with that?
> 8. What will be the best souvenier ($50 or less) that my
> daughters can bring back for grammy and grandpop.
> Thanks Eric - Allentown, PA