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middleton - Answered a Question by Gibson (11 Oct 08 22:12)

Apart from location starboard aft looks ok not obstucted view you may get a little movement on the crossing . 2A Balcony Stateroom Each room features a floor-to-ceiling glass-paneled door, a private veranda with panoramic views, two lower beds that can convert to a king-size bed, sofa bed, sitting area, VCR, private bath, and telephone with voicemail. (192 sq. ft., veranda 46 sq.

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Gibson - replied to middleton (12 Oct 08 15:46)

Hi thanks for your comments but I dont think the stateroom that we have is 192sq.ft (wish it was) I understand it is only 140 sq ft, but hope I`m wrong.

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middleton - replied to Gibson (12 Oct 08 18:02)

Ship Name Stateroom: Deck: Stateroom Area: Veranda Area: Celebrity Century 2A Deluxe Ocean View W/ Veranda, 8218 Panorama Deck 170 sq. ft. 42 sq. ft.

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Gibson - replied to middleton (12 Oct 08 18:57)

Whoops I made a mistake I meant to say 170 not 140 sq ft thanks anyway you Neil and Blyth have been very helpful.

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BLYTH - Answered a Question by Gibson (12 Oct 08 10:49)

Http://travel.travelocity.com/ecruise/ShipDetailsDeck.do?shipId=62 You can see you are 2nd from the end of the line, with a slightly longer walk to the lift.

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Gibson - Answered a Question by Gibson (12 Oct 08 13:03)

Thanks for the feedback so far, has anyone had a bad experience with a guarantee stateroom and were you able to change it, are there many out there who have had one themselfs? The reason I am a little concerned about the location ( and being quite a way from a lift) is because I have MS and at the time of booking there were no available disabled staterooms anywhere on the ship so for cost reasons I had to book a guarantee veranda ( with my fingers crossed ) mainly for the extra space, now I`m not so sure, any thoughts on this.

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Neil & Ida Down - Answered a Question by Gibson (12 Oct 08 13:20)

No obstructed view and a good cabin. The lifts are only 10 cabin widths away so even with MS you should manage ok, you are within a short distance up and down from the cafeteria and the main dining rooms and the lovely Crystal room and the popular Rendezvous Lounge. The only down side is that you are not facing the sun, it will fall on the other side and you might get a little bit more movement than elsewhere. There are certainly worse cabins in that class. I think that you will be very happy in it and I wish you a smooth cruise. .... Neil.

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Gibson - replied to Neil & Ida Down (12 Oct 08 15:12)

Thanks Neil that makes me feel a lot happier, for the record though could you enlighten me as to which cabins in that class I should try to avoid for future ref. Thanks again for your advice.

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Neil & Ida Down - replied to Gibson (12 Oct 08 15:46)

There aren't too many on Century because you have no pool deck or heavily utilised areas above you there but strangely enough the ones you would have favoured i.e. those immediately by the lifts as that area can be noisy at times with people saying goodnight after a good night or just general traffic. Hope that helps . .. Neil.

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