Oasis of the Seas Live Blog – Day 7 – Sea Day

Today is our last day on board Oasis of The Seas and this week flown by!  We are very sad! Today, we want to try to do some of the things we have missed. As usual, we ordered room service for 7:30am (tea, coffee & pastries), and it was delivered...

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Oasis of the Seas Live Blog – Day 6 – Labadee

Today we are in Labadee, Royal Caribbean’s private island.  More specifically, it’s a private area – since its part of Haiti. It’s a sad day today since its our last port of call. One more sea day and we are home. Boo! This morning, we decided to go to breakfast...

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Oasis of the Seas Live Blog – Day 5 – San Juan

I woke up early again, for my room service delivery at 7:30am. It arrived on time and was good as usual. Just my tea and some pastries.  Today, we planned to get off the ship in San Juan to see my friends grandmother who lives here. She was bringing us...

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Oasis of the Seas Live Blog – Day 3 – At Sea

I ordered room service once again for 7:30am which arrived early today. I do like that they call your room before coming. This way I’m ready to answer the door.  Our plan was to take it easy this morning and relax. We wanted to go to Izumi Sushi for lunch...

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Oasis of the Seas Live Blog – Day 2 – Sea Day

I placed a room service order on the TV for some tea at 7:30AM and it arrived on time. They called the room first before delivering. Just a note on our two cabins. As you know, we are in a central park balcony, and our friends are in a boardwalk...

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Oasis of the Seas Live Blog – Day 1 – Embarkation

Well, the time has come!  It seemed like so far away when we booked the cruise, but today is the day! We booked the 10am shuttle from the Fairfield Inn to Port Everglades.  We arrived at the port by 10:30.  Wow is she big! There were absolutely no lines inside....

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Oasis of the Seas Live Blog – The day before we sail away!

We picked up our rental car from Alamo at Orlando International Airport (MCO) to make the drive to Fort Lauderdale.  We normally do this as it’s cheaper then parking and less wear and tear on the car.  We rented a mini-van through The Cruise Boys website.  When we arrived at...

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Oasis of the Seas Live Blog – Introduction

Royal Caribbean’s Oasis class ships, which made their first debut in 2009, are still their flagship vessels in their fleet. They are 225,000 tons, holding 5,400 passengers and 2,300 crew-members, which make them the largest cruise ships at sea. There are currently three Oasis class ships: Oasis of The Seas,...

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