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is Holland America meal plan worth it?

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We're taking a sea and land cruise, with meals provided only while we're on the ship. They offer a meal plan for land. It would include 6 breakfasts, 1 lunch, and seven dinners for a cost of $499. We'll be in Alaska -- Fairbanks, Dawson, Whitehorse, Skagway. Even at Alaska food prices, this seems very high to me. If I bought a $20 breakfast, I'd need to buy a $50 dinner to break even. Dinners include soup or salad (which I presume means no starters), an entree, non-alcoholic beverage, dessert, and gratuity. Any thoughts?

Thanks, Sally

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