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hunt - Answered a Question by Price (28 Apr 08 21:24)

We we on board in feb 08 and had freedom dining as we could only get the 6.30 fixed dining which was to early for us we througly enjoyed freedom and never booked before and only had to wait twice in 15 nights and then only about 20mins it was nice for my husband and i to be sat we different people every night and we made a lot of friends that way on the other side there were people who made new friends and wanted to sit with them all the time and they were able to do that to we have just booked for christmas 2009 and would do freedom again.

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kelly - Answered a Question by Price (10 Feb 08 11:10)

Hello, we have cruised many times and we prefer it at set meal times we travelled on oceana last september and it was our first time at freedom dining we didnt like it.What you have to do is book your table every day for that night you could book 2 days in advance but it meant you couldnt always get the time you want and you sit with different people every night sometimes a table for eight or six we didnt like it but some did ..hope this help.

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Celebrity Cruises To Sail From Dublin

By Caroline Kyle

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By Jill Johnson

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