Will we miss out on most of the onboard entertainment (shows, etc) by selecting late dinner seating? We think the late seating will have fewer kids/families and thus, more attractive to us, but don't want to miss out on all the other good stuff. Advice?
We were aboard the Brilliance o/t Seas in March and were not bothered by young children at all. We were actually surprised to see so many in a marching parade on one evening. There were over 60 children between the ages of 6-11. we definitely did not notice them during dinner (we had the early seating), in fact they added to the ambience as they were all so well mannered and looked so cute in their dress clothes.
If you are assigned a seating time you didnt want, what are your chances of getting it changed?
Also, a bit off the subject - I am a vegetarian; will the menu be posted somewhere before I decided if I want to eat in the "formal" dining room rather than somewhere else on the ship? I would hate to be seated and realize there is nothing I can or want to eat.
Victory, here I come!! - October 2, 2004
on Serenade of the Seas the dinner menu was posted outside the dining room everyday. they also have a vegetarian menu every night. sometimes their vegetarian menu was a bit strange like cold watermelon soup for an appetizer but maybe thats just me.