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Wayne - Answered a Question by LORTON (03 Dec 08 20:43)

It would help if we know where you were stopping at, sorry not psychic just yet.

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Wilba - Answered a Question by LORTON (04 Dec 08 07:38)

With the exception of a few ports around the world, a cruise ship is a honeypot for taxi drivers & they will normally be queuing up along the dockside before you've had you morning cuppa. As Wayne & Lionel Blair's TV programme used to say, Give Us a Clue!......Wilba.

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Roberts - Answered a Question by LORTON (04 Dec 08 20:14)

Sure why not....if your not going on an excursion you can do whatever you want...whatever you want within the law I guess ;).

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Grant - Answered a Question by LORTON (06 Dec 08 03:38)

Most cruise lines offer shuttle bus services to town centres when the port is a little way from town. Generally there is a charge but equally it isn't usually a crippling amount. Other ports are literally minutes walk from shops. Some are a little further away and my advice would be to always set a fixed price before you set foot in a taxi! Personally, I usually find asking the cruise staff generally brings forth a good answer. The entertainment team are usually quite knowledgeable and also the reception staff. Enjoy your cruise!

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