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  • On Nov 10, 2011
    April from CA Asked

    My Husband and I have reservations at Palo at 8:00pm (other days were filled). We will be getting on the ship at 4:00pm. Do you think it would be too much chaos for Palo that evening as we are new cruisers.

    Hi, April!

    Embarkation Day is a busy day -- especially for first-time cruisers who don't know the ship or have experienced the activities. Therefore, I would recommend trying to change your reservation for later in your cruise either when you arrive at the port or when you're on board. However, if that's not possible, any reservation at Palo is a valued one.

    You'll simply need to be dressed for your Palo reservation when you go to the earlier show, or you can drop by your main restaurant for that night's rotation to meet your servers. Be prepared to spend at least a couple of hours at Palo that evening and know that you'll leave feeling quite full.  If the night is nice, you may want to walk around Deck 4 afterward or head to the club to dance off your dinner!

    Let me know if you think of other questions for me. Have a wonderful day and a magical vacation. Bon voyage!

    Andi
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