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Old April 6th, 2005, 03:51 PM
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Default Rhapsody dining room, booster or high chair

We are sailing on the Rhapsody of the Seas and I was wondering if anyone could give us an idea on how the tables are arranged. Do they have booths on the ship? We are supposed to have a small table in the early dining. My son is 3 and does pretty well when we eat out, long dinners shouldn't matter too much to him because he's a very slow eater. But, when we go out, he either sits in a portable booster seat, a high chair (getting too big for them) or in a booth without a booster. The majority of the time, we take a portable booster chair with us that we can harness him into. He does very wel in this booster. Would it be crazy to bring this booster seat with us? Most of the commercial booster chairs we see just give him height and do not keep him in place. I really don't think he's mature enough to sit in a regular chair without getting up and running around. I don't want him to disturb other passengers, so any suggestions would be appreciated.


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