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Fall Colors cruise burning questions

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We are about to book with the Sea Princess sailing out of New York on October 3, 2008. Just a few months away!! We have a choice of either aft or forward on Dolphin Deck (category D) or category DD on Caribe deck either forward or aft. Both are unobstructed views. The Caribe cabin is 173 square feet and the Dolphin deck cabin is 155 sq feet.

So this is it. Do we choose FORWARD or AFT and is it Port side or Starboard side?????
The Caribe cabin is only about $45 more per person than the Dolphin deck cabin. We got a great price of $3956 total for the two of us for the ten day cruise in Cat D on Dolphin deck.

I welcome any and all comments and/or suggestions. Who has been on this ship for the Fall Colors cruise?? Anyone???

Thanks

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