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Royal Caribbean will use Nassau hotel for Adventure of the Seas passenger check-in

Among the changes Royal Caribbean will have for guests sailing this summer on Adventure of the Seas from a new homeport is a different check-in area.

Adventure of the Seas will begin offering cruises from Nassau, Bahamas in June 2021, and this is a brand new offering for both Royal Caribbean and the Bahamas.

Traditionally, guests report to a cruise terminal for the check-in and boarding procedure, but it appears that will not be the case for guests on Adventure.

A passenger sailing on the June 12 sailing of Adventure of the Seas reported being told the British Colonial Hilton

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I don’t want a Royal Caribbean cruise credit

DEAR TRAVEL TROUBLESHOOTER: In 2019, my wife Sandy and I booked a Royal Caribbean cruise to New England and Canada. This plan was to celebrate a special occasion, our upcoming 50th wedding anniversary. We were scheduled to leave in May, but Royal Caribbean canceled the cruise and offered us either a refund or a 125% cruise credit. We asked for the credit.

Christopher Elliott, the Travel Troubleshooter 

In May, Royal Caribbean issued a cruise credit for just $1,260 — $841 less than the $2,101 the cruise line had promised. I called and spoke to representatives on three different days to

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Prince William and Kate broke royal travel rule for after birth of Prince George | Travel News | Travel

One such rule break happened just months after their first son Prince George, seven, was born. 

Both Prince William and Kate are world travellers, jetting off to represent the UK during global appearances, as well as for their own leisure time.

Before they had children, the duo did not need to worry about any rules pertaining to travelling with offspring.

However, just eight months after Prince George’s birth, the couple to embark on an official tour of New Zealand and Australia.

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It is suggested Queen Elizabeth II  was

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