Cooke - Answered a Question by Bulmer (27 Jan 09 14:25)

What about it?

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Neil & Ida Down - Answered a Question by Bulmer (27 Jan 09 14:46)

Who does, and what does it taste like? ......Neil.

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Lamb - Answered a Question by Bulmer (28 Jan 09 13:36)

Just come back from RC cruise caribbean Explorer of Seas Soda Drinks package included coke, ginger ale, lemonade and if your lucky cranberry juice. Costs £87 .

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Setter - Answered a Question by Bulmer (28 Jan 09 15:02)

Oh go on--indulge us!!Try using the word please---and clarifying your question just a little!!!

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Bulmer - Answered a Question by Bulmer (29 Jan 09 09:30)

Hi, Sorry, had to redo question and posted yesterday. I was asking whether there was an alcoholic drinks package on board the RC Independence. Thanks.

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Wilba - Answered a Question by Bulmer (29 Jan 09 11:29)

There are no drink till you drop alcohol packages on RCI. Wine packages are available in various quantities & qualities. Go to their website, news & offers/shop gifts/wine & dine. Soft drinks (soda package) are also as a 'unlimited' drinks pack for adults & kids......Wilba.

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