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Nov 4th, 2004, 04:42 AM
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To JJ5

Sorry, but I ran out of time so I will be back tonight to answer your questions. I know you will have a blast on your trip. As with everything there are good and bad points. But you're on vacation so how can anything be bad. Have a good day!
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Nov 4th, 2004, 11:02 AM
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Thanks, Lambert for being so promise-worthy. Whenever you get back is absolutely fine.
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Nov 4th, 2004, 01:41 PM
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I think you will enjoy the food in the dining rooms very much. I guess they recommend that you make a reservation, but we never did and never had any trouble. Also, a couple of nights we just wanted to sit with family members without others at our table and they were very nice about that. We did the personal choice dining and would do that again. You asked about shows and they were great. Also, the majority of people did dress up on formal night. My brother-in-law wore a tux, but my husband wore a black suit. As long as you don't go in shorts it's fine. The ladies seemed to really go all out and it was fun! We found a lot of times the Portofino dining room was more crowded than the Capri so check both. We also enjoyed very much the afternoon tea. Lots of yummy little sandwiches and good desserts and the tea was very good. I think if you like crusing it's a really good idea to try different lines and ship sizes to see what you like. If I can be of anymore help I'd be happy to answer your questions. If not, happy cruising!!!
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Nov 4th, 2004, 01:49 PM
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Oops, I forgot to add sadly for us we did not go to Princess Cay. I was looking forward to that. Also, on this board I've read good things about the rafting which sounds like lots of fun. My husband hates getting off at the ports so we were just about the only ones on the ship. We did go to the Island Village in Jamaica and I think I enjoyed it more than him. At first it's a bit overwhelming with all the vendors shouting at you and the heat, but once you get into the spirit of it, it was fun. My husband got some nice things at a booth where the man was doing wood carvings. Very nice at reasonable rates, once you do a bit of bargaining.
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Nov 5th, 2004, 05:52 AM
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Thanks, Lambert.

I know we will have a great time, whatever ports we go to.
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