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QM 2 - Transatlantic?

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Just noticed a cruise on the Queen Mary 2 from Brooklyn to England. Never taken a cruise before. Never really wanted to - the loads of people and a sailing hotel didn't seem of interest to me. The hubby and I are more small scale people. However, the price for an inside room is $995 pp and there's a lecturer from the Royal Astronomical Society on board. I'm very interested in astronomy, so I thought to check it out.

Anyone been on the QM2? Anyone done this voyage before? What should I expect? Anyone get stir crazy? Any advice on the location of the inside room - if I have a choice? Also wondering about one way airfare, since we would have to get that to get home.

thanks.

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