Locked 72 posts
CRUISE QUESTION PLEASE
  • User avatar
    Disaster Area
    Lieutenant
    Posts: 2569
    Joined: Thu Apr 29, 2010 2:00 pm
    Location: Bakersfield<California<USA<North America<Western Hemisphere<Earth
    Contact:

    Re: CRUISE QUESTION PLEASE

    by Disaster Area » Mon Oct 25, 2010 9:42 am

    Heabymetawhunta wrote:Any previous cruise goers have some clue as to how much we should take on board ( no merch money ) to stay comfortable including soda package, etc etc. Maybe a list of things that maybe someone who has never been on a cruise wouldn't know to bring?? this would be a great help :beerwink:


    Well, you don't need any cash, everything on the ship is paid using your on-bard ship ID/ room key which you will receive when checking in. You settle your bill on the last day either using cash or just having the charges applied to your credit card. That includes ANYTHING you would buy on the ship. As to an actual number, I would say you will need somewhere between $100 and $3000 depending on how much you drink. :lol: :lol: :lol:

    The only place you'd need cash is if you get off the boat in Mexico so you can buy tequila, sombreros and hookers if you are so inclined..

    Other than that just pack like you are taking a beach vacation and for the sake of your fellow cruisers don't forget the toothpaste and deodorant. :party:
    Disaster Area: a plutonium rock band from the Gagrakacka Mind Zones, are generally held to be not only the loudest rock band in the history of the Galaxy, but the loudest noise of any kind at all.

    11,12,14,15,16, noshow 2017
  • User avatar
    Heabymetawhunta
    Sub-Lieutenant
    Posts: 1642
    Joined: Wed Sep 01, 2010 10:38 am
    Location: North Hollywood CA

    Re: CRUISE QUESTION PLEASE

    by Heabymetawhunta » Mon Oct 25, 2010 9:47 am

    Disaster Area wrote:
    Heabymetawhunta wrote:Any previous cruise goers have some clue as to how much we should take on board ( no merch money ) to stay comfortable including soda package, etc etc. Maybe a list of things that maybe someone who has never been on a cruise wouldn't know to bring?? this would be a great help :beerwink:


    Well, you don't need any cash, everything on the ship is paid using your on-bard ship ID/ room key which you will receive when checking in. You settle your bill on the last day either using cash or just having the charges applied to your credit card. That includes ANYTHING you would buy on the ship. As to an actual number, I would say you will need somewhere between $100 and $3000 depending on how much you drink. :lol: :lol: :lol:

    The only place you'd need cash is if you get off the boat in Mexico so you can buy tequila, sombreros and hookers if you are so inclined..

    Other than that just pack like you are taking a beach vacation and for the sake of your fellow cruisers don't forget the toothpaste and deodorant. :party:


    Thats what scares me! how many times have you been wasted and decided it was a good idea to buy drinks for everyone you ! NOT LOOKING FORWARD TO THAT BILL!! :|
    70K TONS OF METAL 2011 SURVIVOR!

    2012 wishlist: Metal Inquisitor-grim reaper- Hell - OZ!
  • User avatar
    sheila
    Chief Petty Officer
    Posts: 384
    Joined: Wed May 19, 2010 7:35 am
    Location: Fairport NEW YORK

    Re: CRUISE QUESTION PLEASE

    by sheila » Mon Oct 25, 2010 5:25 pm

    Craigs right on the money! We do bring some cash for like extra tipping (when you want milk and cookies at 3am) and extras off the ship in Mexico. For the most part we have always used the key they give us. Its pretty easy. However you might want to keep track .. the bill can be scary in the end! We spent over $800 on one cruise....scary how fast it can add up!!! :death:
    #4047 in spirit...:(
    #2063 2nd 70k
    Barge to hell ... Ummm gotta look that # up . Was a blurr!
    2035...for 2014!!!
    2015.. AND our metal wedding!
    Booked 2016!
    Mrs. Steeves❤️
  • User avatar
    Marietje66
    Petty Officer
    Posts: 105
    Joined: Sat Oct 09, 2010 8:14 pm
    Location: Oss, the Netherlands

    Re: CRUISE QUESTION PLEASE

    by Marietje66 » Tue Oct 26, 2010 7:22 pm

    Oowkaayy... I'm confused now.. Me as a simple Dutch farmer girl assumed that my newly acquired American Express would get me everything anywere. Do we actually need cash in Mexico? Don't they accept credit cards?
    Everybody is unique, except for me.
  • User avatar
    mooyagi
    Captain
    Posts: 21172
    Joined: Sat Oct 16, 2010 8:25 pm
    Location: Tucson, AZ, USA

    Re: CRUISE QUESTION PLEASE

    by mooyagi » Tue Oct 26, 2010 7:23 pm

    Marietje66 wrote:Oowkaayy... I'm confused now.. Me as a simple Dutch farmer girl assumed that my newly acquired American Express would get me everything anywere. Do we actually need cash in Mexico? Don't they accept credit cards?


    American Express, from what I have seen is actually not accepted as widely as most other credit cards. I think they charge larger fees to the vendors to process payments through them. I don't know if things have changed recently, but that's what I've seen.
    I should get around to updating my signature
  • User avatar
    sheila
    Chief Petty Officer
    Posts: 384
    Joined: Wed May 19, 2010 7:35 am
    Location: Fairport NEW YORK

    Re: CRUISE QUESTION PLEASE

    by sheila » Wed Oct 27, 2010 6:43 am

    Bring cash.. i wouldnt want anyone in Mexico having my cc number... we have always used cash in other countries... You can use your cc.. if its accepted. some cc charge an extra fee since its outa state. I would check. :death:
    #4047 in spirit...:(
    #2063 2nd 70k
    Barge to hell ... Ummm gotta look that # up . Was a blurr!
    2035...for 2014!!!
    2015.. AND our metal wedding!
    Booked 2016!
    Mrs. Steeves❤️
  • User avatar
    Die for Dethklok
    Crewman
    Posts: 90
    Joined: Sun Mar 07, 2010 9:39 pm
    Location: Miami FL

    Re: CRUISE QUESTION PLEASE

    by Die for Dethklok » Thu Oct 28, 2010 8:57 pm

    probably a good idea to have cash if you plan on going to the casino
    "Come on, you sons of bitches, do you want to live forever!"
    -Dan Daly USMC at the battle of Belleau Wood, France 1918


    Cabin 6517- Who are my cabinmates?
  • User avatar
    Disaster Area
    Lieutenant
    Posts: 2569
    Joined: Thu Apr 29, 2010 2:00 pm
    Location: Bakersfield<California<USA<North America<Western Hemisphere<Earth
    Contact:

    Re: CRUISE QUESTION PLEASE

    by Disaster Area » Thu Oct 28, 2010 9:12 pm

    Die for Dethklok wrote:probably a good idea to have cash if you plan on going to the casino



    Nope, they take the room key there too. Magic cash card... :heavydrink:
    Disaster Area: a plutonium rock band from the Gagrakacka Mind Zones, are generally held to be not only the loudest rock band in the history of the Galaxy, but the loudest noise of any kind at all.

    11,12,14,15,16, noshow 2017
  • User avatar
    KevinP
    Commander
    Posts: 8612
    Joined: Fri Mar 12, 2010 10:12 pm

    Re: CRUISE QUESTION PLEASE

    by KevinP » Wed Nov 03, 2010 2:52 pm

    sheila wrote:Bring cash.. i wouldnt want anyone in Mexico having my cc number... we have always used cash in other countries... You can use your cc.. if its accepted. some cc charge an extra fee since its outa state. I would check. :death:


    Good point on all accounts. Also, if you like to barter with street vendors for that type of stuff, you will need cash.
    WISHLIST

    BOLT THROWER / MADDER MORTEM / SEAR BLISS / AEON / THE AMENTA / AUTOPSY / MDB / THE 11th HOUR / HAIL OF BULLETS / DORDEDUH / TRIPTYKON / NE OBLIVISCARIS / PORTAL

    The Sultan of Stroopwafels
    The Viceroy of Vegemite
    Loather of Power Metal
  • User avatar
    metalgoddess
    Midshipman
    Posts: 736
    Joined: Tue Sep 07, 2010 12:14 pm
    Location: Seattle, WA
    Contact:

    Re: CRUISE QUESTION PLEASE

    by metalgoddess » Mon Nov 15, 2010 11:09 am

    MitchTheMetalhead wrote:
    SlaytanicE21 wrote:I'm gonna try to tough it out. I've never been on a cruise before, and never been so far out in water that I couldn't see land :shock: but I also get these wicked cases of vertigo every once in a while... like when getting out of an elevator, or looking down or out of windows in tall buildings... so hopefully I'm not puking every day. :oops:


    My grandparents go on cruises yearly and reccomended 'scopolamine' for sea-sickness. It a little patch you put behind your ear and it lasts a few days. It's over the counter so no prescription needed (in Canada at least). It says don't take with alcohol but I'm gonna look online for possible side effects. (noo! Not my booze!) I'm gonna get some as a precaution... Hope this helps!


    That brings up a good question. It says no alcohol or food brought on board.

    What about bringing Aspirin, Dramamine, Rolaids and other over-the-counter medications? Will they let us bring stuff like that in case we feel a little rough or do they send us to the ship's doctor? Or are they going to take everything that is not clothes or cameras from us when we board?

    What about chewing gum or candy?
    70K 2011 - 5062
    70K 2012 - 8568
    Barge 2012 - 6520
    70K 2014 - 8092
    70K 2015 - 7584
    70K 2017 - 6517
    70K 2018 - 6451
  • User avatar
    onenight
    Midshipman
    Posts: 821
    Joined: Wed Mar 03, 2010 5:11 pm
    Location: Indiana

    Re: CRUISE QUESTION PLEASE

    by onenight » Mon Nov 15, 2010 4:35 pm

    The only place you'd need cash is if you get off the boat in Mexico so you can buy tequila, sombreros and hookers if you are so inclined


    They have hookers in Cozumel??

    note to self: pack extra strength condoms. :D
    2015 wishlist: Mercyful Fate, Meliah Rage, Agalloch, Anathema, Armored Saint, Warlock, Sahg, Labyrinth, Incantation, Accept, Savatage, Goatwhore, Satan, Bolt Thrower, Tad Morose, Krokus, TT Quick, Eldritch
  • User avatar
    Heabymetawhunta
    Sub-Lieutenant
    Posts: 1642
    Joined: Wed Sep 01, 2010 10:38 am
    Location: North Hollywood CA

    Re: CRUISE QUESTION PLEASE

    by Heabymetawhunta » Mon Nov 15, 2010 4:46 pm

    onenight wrote:The only place you'd need cash is if you get off the boat in Mexico so you can buy tequila, sombreros and hookers if you are so inclined


    They have hookers in Cozumel??

    note to self: pack extra strength condoms. :D


    wouldnt risk it :cry:
    70K TONS OF METAL 2011 SURVIVOR!

    2012 wishlist: Metal Inquisitor-grim reaper- Hell - OZ!
  • User avatar
    onenight
    Midshipman
    Posts: 821
    Joined: Wed Mar 03, 2010 5:11 pm
    Location: Indiana

    Re: CRUISE QUESTION PLEASE

    by onenight » Mon Nov 15, 2010 4:52 pm

    Heabymetawhunta wrote:
    onenight wrote:The only place you'd need cash is if you get off the boat in Mexico so you can buy tequila, sombreros and hookers if you are so inclined


    They have hookers in Cozumel??

    note to self: pack extra strength condoms. :D


    wouldnt risk it :cry:


    I was kidding. I would never fuck a hooker no matter where it was. I value my manhood :heavydrink:
    2015 wishlist: Mercyful Fate, Meliah Rage, Agalloch, Anathema, Armored Saint, Warlock, Sahg, Labyrinth, Incantation, Accept, Savatage, Goatwhore, Satan, Bolt Thrower, Tad Morose, Krokus, TT Quick, Eldritch
  • User avatar
    Disaster Area
    Lieutenant
    Posts: 2569
    Joined: Thu Apr 29, 2010 2:00 pm
    Location: Bakersfield<California<USA<North America<Western Hemisphere<Earth
    Contact:

    Re: CRUISE QUESTION PLEASE

    by Disaster Area » Mon Nov 15, 2010 5:24 pm

    onenight wrote:.... I would never fuck a hooker no matter where it was...


    were you speaking geographically or anatomically..?
    Disaster Area: a plutonium rock band from the Gagrakacka Mind Zones, are generally held to be not only the loudest rock band in the history of the Galaxy, but the loudest noise of any kind at all.

    11,12,14,15,16, noshow 2017
  • User avatar
    vainglory
    Petty Officer
    Posts: 221
    Joined: Wed Apr 28, 2010 1:28 pm
    Location: California

    Re: CRUISE QUESTION PLEASE

    by vainglory » Mon Nov 15, 2010 7:41 pm

    I will probably gain ten pounds on this trip.

    post semirelated.
  • User avatar
    metalgoddess
    Midshipman
    Posts: 736
    Joined: Tue Sep 07, 2010 12:14 pm
    Location: Seattle, WA
    Contact:

    Re: CRUISE QUESTION PLEASE

    by metalgoddess » Tue Nov 16, 2010 8:06 am

    metalgoddess wrote:
    MitchTheMetalhead wrote:
    SlaytanicE21 wrote:I'm gonna try to tough it out. I've never been on a cruise before, and never been so far out in water that I couldn't see land :shock: but I also get these wicked cases of vertigo every once in a while... like when getting out of an elevator, or looking down or out of windows in tall buildings... so hopefully I'm not puking every day. :oops:


    My grandparents go on cruises yearly and reccomended 'scopolamine' for sea-sickness. It a little patch you put behind your ear and it lasts a few days. It's over the counter so no prescription needed (in Canada at least). It says don't take with alcohol but I'm gonna look online for possible side effects. (noo! Not my booze!) I'm gonna get some as a precaution... Hope this helps!


    That brings up a good question. It says no alcohol or food brought on board.

    What about bringing Aspirin, Dramamine, Rolaids and other over-the-counter medications? Will they let us bring stuff like that in case we feel a little rough or do they send us to the ship's doctor? Or are they going to take everything that is not clothes or cameras from us when we board?

    What about chewing gum or candy?


    I'm still wondering about packing over the counter meds and chewing gum?? Bueller? Anyone?
    70K 2011 - 5062
    70K 2012 - 8568
    Barge 2012 - 6520
    70K 2014 - 8092
    70K 2015 - 7584
    70K 2017 - 6517
    70K 2018 - 6451
  • User avatar
    Disaster Area
    Lieutenant
    Posts: 2569
    Joined: Thu Apr 29, 2010 2:00 pm
    Location: Bakersfield<California<USA<North America<Western Hemisphere<Earth
    Contact:

    Re: CRUISE QUESTION PLEASE

    by Disaster Area » Tue Nov 16, 2010 8:44 am

    metalgoddess wrote:I'm still wondering about packing over the counter meds and chewing gum?? Bueller? Anyone?


    No worries on OTC meds, just take them in their original packaging in your checked bags. DO NOT take any little mystery tabs in unmarked bottles, that might raise some security eyebrows... :lol: :lol: :lol:
    Disaster Area: a plutonium rock band from the Gagrakacka Mind Zones, are generally held to be not only the loudest rock band in the history of the Galaxy, but the loudest noise of any kind at all.

    11,12,14,15,16, noshow 2017
  • User avatar
    metalgoddess
    Midshipman
    Posts: 736
    Joined: Tue Sep 07, 2010 12:14 pm
    Location: Seattle, WA
    Contact:

    Re: CRUISE QUESTION PLEASE

    by metalgoddess » Tue Nov 16, 2010 10:48 am

    Thanks, Mr. Disaster!! Would hate to get stuck without some relief from the sun, alcohol and all that food!

    I like to chew gum at shows, so I don't tend to drink as much to wet my whistle. I hope they allow me to bring that, too. If I don't, I'll drink WAY too much, will result in being too wasted to remember this epic event, not to mention a big credit card bill. Ugh...
    70K 2011 - 5062
    70K 2012 - 8568
    Barge 2012 - 6520
    70K 2014 - 8092
    70K 2015 - 7584
    70K 2017 - 6517
    70K 2018 - 6451
  • User avatar
    Tuup
    Midshipman
    Posts: 956
    Joined: Tue Nov 09, 2010 6:06 am
    Location: Wijlre (NL)
    Contact:

    Re: CRUISE QUESTION PLEASE

    by Tuup » Tue Nov 16, 2010 11:06 am

    Disaster Area wrote:
    onenight wrote:.... I would never fuck a hooker no matter where it was...


    were you speaking geographically or anatomically..?

    :lol:

    vainglory wrote:I will probably gain ten pounds on this trip.

    post semirelated.

    Hope you're not talking about British pounds if these posts are 'semirelated' :D

    What I still don't get when reading through all comments here:

    "All prices are PER PERSON, in US-Dollars, for the whole trip and include the following:

    - Meals in the dining rooms, deli, bars, and 24h room service
    - Non-carbonated, non-alcoholic beverages (i.e. tea, juices, coffee)
    - Use of the ship's amenities like pools, fitness center, etc.
    - Access to all concerts, shows, and performances"

    When did bottled water stop being a non-carbonated, non-alcoholic beverage?
  • User avatar
    Disaster Area
    Lieutenant
    Posts: 2569
    Joined: Thu Apr 29, 2010 2:00 pm
    Location: Bakersfield<California<USA<North America<Western Hemisphere<Earth
    Contact:

    Re: CRUISE QUESTION PLEASE

    by Disaster Area » Tue Nov 16, 2010 11:10 am

    metalgoddess wrote:Thanks, Mr. Disaster!! Would hate to get stuck without some relief from the sun, alcohol and all that food!

    I like to chew gum at shows, so I don't tend to drink as much to wet my whistle. I hope they allow me to bring that, too. If I don't, I'll drink WAY too much, will result in being too wasted to remember this epic event, not to mention a big credit card bill. Ugh...


    Gum/candy will be no problem. They are really only worried about alcohol coming aboard since that is one of the big money makers for the cruise line, well that and illicit drugs which are a serious no-no of course. Don't stress the security/contraband warnings too much, things like that are always strongly worded just so the cruise company butts are covered in the case that they do have deny boarding to some belligerent dumb-ass. you will see things are very relaxed during boarding. :heavydrink:
    Disaster Area: a plutonium rock band from the Gagrakacka Mind Zones, are generally held to be not only the loudest rock band in the history of the Galaxy, but the loudest noise of any kind at all.

    11,12,14,15,16, noshow 2017
  • User avatar
    Disaster Area
    Lieutenant
    Posts: 2569
    Joined: Thu Apr 29, 2010 2:00 pm
    Location: Bakersfield<California<USA<North America<Western Hemisphere<Earth
    Contact:

    Re: CRUISE QUESTION PLEASE

    by Disaster Area » Tue Nov 16, 2010 11:13 am

    Tuup wrote:When did bottled water stop being a non-carbonated, non-alcoholic beverage?


    the cruise lines are there to make money man and bottled water is another big money maker for them. Sucks for sure, but it is what it is. My advice, buy the water/soda package if you require a lot of non-alcoholic fluids. :party:
    Disaster Area: a plutonium rock band from the Gagrakacka Mind Zones, are generally held to be not only the loudest rock band in the history of the Galaxy, but the loudest noise of any kind at all.

    11,12,14,15,16, noshow 2017
  • User avatar
    Tuup
    Midshipman
    Posts: 956
    Joined: Tue Nov 09, 2010 6:06 am
    Location: Wijlre (NL)
    Contact:

    Re: CRUISE QUESTION PLEASE

    by Tuup » Tue Nov 16, 2010 3:28 pm

    Sure, but why would they put something like that on the site if they don't live up to it?
  • User avatar
    Disaster Area
    Lieutenant
    Posts: 2569
    Joined: Thu Apr 29, 2010 2:00 pm
    Location: Bakersfield<California<USA<North America<Western Hemisphere<Earth
    Contact:

    Re: CRUISE QUESTION PLEASE

    by Disaster Area » Tue Nov 16, 2010 3:46 pm

    Tuup wrote:Sure, but why would they put something like that on the site if they don't live up to it?



    To frighten children and small animals. I have been on several cruises. It is not nearly as strict as the websites makes it out to be.
    Disaster Area: a plutonium rock band from the Gagrakacka Mind Zones, are generally held to be not only the loudest rock band in the history of the Galaxy, but the loudest noise of any kind at all.

    11,12,14,15,16, noshow 2017
  • DorothyGale
    Oiler
    Posts: 47
    Joined: Thu Jul 01, 2010 11:04 am

    Re: CRUISE QUESTION PLEASE

    by DorothyGale » Tue Nov 16, 2010 3:51 pm

    Tuup wrote:Sure, but why would they put something like that on the site if they don't live up to it?

    I assume you are referring to why they would say Non-carbonated, non-alcoholic beverages (i.e. tea, juices, coffee) are included and then charge for bottled water? They do provide free water, just not the bottled variety. I assume that is how they can separate it out as a different category.

    (BTW, I know this is a strange post to jump in on when I just lurk 99% of the time. It must be my love of all things food related that drew me out)
  • User avatar
    Disaster Area
    Lieutenant
    Posts: 2569
    Joined: Thu Apr 29, 2010 2:00 pm
    Location: Bakersfield<California<USA<North America<Western Hemisphere<Earth
    Contact:

    Re: CRUISE QUESTION PLEASE

    by Disaster Area » Tue Nov 16, 2010 3:54 pm

    DorothyGale wrote:
    Tuup wrote:Sure, but why would they put something like that on the site if they don't live up to it?

    I assume you are referring to why they would say Non-carbonated, non-alcoholic beverages (i.e. tea, juices, coffee) are included and then charge for bottled water? They do provide free water, just not the bottled variety. I assume that is how they can separate it out as a different category.

    (BTW, I know this is a strange post to jump in on when I just lurk 99% of the time. It must be my love of all things food related that drew me out)


    haha lurker... no, there is plenty of water available from dispensers, they do charge for bottled water though. I would be hesitant to drink the ship's water although it is supposedly super-purified.
    Disaster Area: a plutonium rock band from the Gagrakacka Mind Zones, are generally held to be not only the loudest rock band in the history of the Galaxy, but the loudest noise of any kind at all.

    11,12,14,15,16, noshow 2017
  • User avatar
    debborah1
    Commander
    Posts: 5986
    Joined: Wed Apr 28, 2010 12:37 pm
    Location: Phoenix, AZ
    Contact:

    Re: CRUISE QUESTION PLEASE

    by debborah1 » Tue Nov 16, 2010 3:54 pm

    DorothyGale wrote:
    Tuup wrote:Sure, but why would they put something like that on the site if they don't live up to it?

    I assume you are referring to why they would say Non-carbonated, non-alcoholic beverages (i.e. tea, juices, coffee) are included and then charge for bottled water? They do provide free water, just not the bottled variety. I assume that is how they can separate it out as a different category.

    (BTW, I know this is a strange post to jump in on when I just lurk 99% of the time. It must be my love of all things food related that drew me out)

    :lol: :lol:
    2011 MAIDEN VOYAGE SURVIVOR!
    2012 cabin #7538.....2nd time survivor!!
    \m/ >.< \m/
    2014.....3RD TIME SURVIVOR
    2015.....BOOKED
  • User avatar
    Heabymetawhunta
    Sub-Lieutenant
    Posts: 1642
    Joined: Wed Sep 01, 2010 10:38 am
    Location: North Hollywood CA

    Re: CRUISE QUESTION PLEASE

    by Heabymetawhunta » Tue Nov 16, 2010 3:55 pm

    DorothyGale wrote:
    Tuup wrote:Sure, but why would they put something like that on the site if they don't live up to it?

    I assume you are referring to why they would say Non-carbonated, non-alcoholic beverages (i.e. tea, juices, coffee) are included and then charge for bottled water? They do provide free water, just not the bottled variety. I assume that is how they can separate it out as a different category.

    (BTW, I know this is a strange post to jump in on when I just lurk 99% of the time. It must be my love of all things food related that
    drew me out)


    Image

    FOOOOODDDDD :shock:
    70K TONS OF METAL 2011 SURVIVOR!

    2012 wishlist: Metal Inquisitor-grim reaper- Hell - OZ!
  • User avatar
    Disaster Area
    Lieutenant
    Posts: 2569
    Joined: Thu Apr 29, 2010 2:00 pm
    Location: Bakersfield<California<USA<North America<Western Hemisphere<Earth
    Contact:

    Re: CRUISE QUESTION PLEASE

    by Disaster Area » Tue Nov 16, 2010 3:58 pm

    Heabymetawhunta wrote:Image

    FOOOOODDDDD :shock:



    HAA! If Lars ever saw that chow-wagon he would definitely sue those poor bastards for copyright infringement... :lol:
    Disaster Area: a plutonium rock band from the Gagrakacka Mind Zones, are generally held to be not only the loudest rock band in the history of the Galaxy, but the loudest noise of any kind at all.

    11,12,14,15,16, noshow 2017
  • User avatar
    Heabymetawhunta
    Sub-Lieutenant
    Posts: 1642
    Joined: Wed Sep 01, 2010 10:38 am
    Location: North Hollywood CA

    Re: CRUISE QUESTION PLEASE

    by Heabymetawhunta » Tue Nov 16, 2010 4:23 pm

    Disaster Area wrote:
    Heabymetawhunta wrote:Image

    FOOOOODDDDD :shock:



    HAA! If Lars ever saw that chow-wagon he would definitely sue those poor bastards for copyright infringement... :lol:


    :shock: hope not, those guys are super cool and the Exciter burger is hands down of the best things i have ever eaten in my life.
    70K TONS OF METAL 2011 SURVIVOR!

    2012 wishlist: Metal Inquisitor-grim reaper- Hell - OZ!
  • DorothyGale
    Oiler
    Posts: 47
    Joined: Thu Jul 01, 2010 11:04 am

    Re: CRUISE QUESTION PLEASE

    by DorothyGale » Tue Nov 16, 2010 8:46 pm

    Heabymetawhunta wrote:
    Disaster Area wrote:
    Heabymetawhunta wrote:FOOOOODDDDD :shock:



    HAA! If Lars ever saw that chow-wagon he would definitely sue those poor bastards for copyright infringement... :lol:


    :shock: hope not, those guys are super cool and the Exciter burger is hands down of the best things i have ever eaten in my life.


    Since we're still talking about food.... ;) Saw them on some food truck race show, looked like some pretty fuckin awesome burgers.
  • User avatar
    Heabymetawhunta
    Sub-Lieutenant
    Posts: 1642
    Joined: Wed Sep 01, 2010 10:38 am
    Location: North Hollywood CA

    Re: CRUISE QUESTION PLEASE

    by Heabymetawhunta » Wed Nov 17, 2010 10:02 am

    Since we're still talking about food.... ;) Saw them on some food truck race show, looked like some pretty fuckin awesome burgers.


    If your ever in LA i do recommended the "Blue Cheer" or or "Exciter" as mentioned above. Cant praise them enough. :cheers:
    70K TONS OF METAL 2011 SURVIVOR!

    2012 wishlist: Metal Inquisitor-grim reaper- Hell - OZ!
  • User avatar
    sheila
    Chief Petty Officer
    Posts: 384
    Joined: Wed May 19, 2010 7:35 am
    Location: Fairport NEW YORK

    Re: CRUISE QUESTION PLEASE

    by sheila » Thu Nov 18, 2010 6:05 am

    You can buy bottles of booze in Mexico.. They only allow so many threw customs. We bought 3 bottles one year with no problems....:) :death:
    #4047 in spirit...:(
    #2063 2nd 70k
    Barge to hell ... Ummm gotta look that # up . Was a blurr!
    2035...for 2014!!!
    2015.. AND our metal wedding!
    Booked 2016!
    Mrs. Steeves❤️
  • Locked 72 posts

    Who is online

    Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 47 guests