I just returned from a cruise where I stayed on deck one, the very bottom. Sure, the first day I was all about taking the stairs up to deck nine for food, or deck five for drinks – but after 48 hours my legs were killing me! That’s when I started taking the elevator. It’s then I noticed that a lot of people have no-clue about elevator etiquette. Consider these seven golden rules before jumping in the next elevator on your cruise.
1. Wait Your Turn
Before barging into the elevator, make sure it’s empty first. Stand to the sid