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Viking River Cruise clothing, etc. in July

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My neighbor is taking the Viking River 9 day cruise (on a new ship), plus about 10 more days in China. She's leaving this week. Unfortunately, she isn't computer comfortable so I told her I'd do some research. The big question is how dressy do people get on the ship and in the better hotels, restaurants, and how is the air conditioning? She plans to take several Misook seperates (heavy knit jacket, shell, and pants, but they never wrinkle) and I think that's too hot and too dressy/business-like for the area in July/August. My limited China experience was several years ago, far from deluxe, and air conditioning was often an open window or door.

She also wanted to know if she should bring US dollar bills.

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