Rae - Answered a Question by Trewick (02 Dec 13 19:17)

Yes to both! Have a good cruise!

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Martin - Answered a Question by Trewick (02 Dec 13 19:35)

Yes there is tea and coffee in the rooms. Plus a fridge. We took our own tea bags, sugar and cravendale milk as it keeps for so long and tastes nicer than those little plastic tubs. We also took bottled water as it can be quite pricey when going ashore (if you buy it as you get off the ship). The launderette is on C deck towards the rear. There's about 4 ironing boards and irons, driers too and all free to use of course.

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Morris - Answered a Question by Trewick (02 Dec 13 20:19)

Yes to both....we're on soon as well! If you order breakfast from room service no charge...order some milk and you will get a jugful to put in the fridge!! There are several launderettes depends what deck you're on....

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Trewick - replied to Morris (02 Dec 13 22:53)

Thank you all for answers.....Morris are you going on 15th Dec ???? May see you if you are !!

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Morris - replied to Trewick (03 Dec 13 11:03)

Yes we are !! third time on Oriana and looking forward to it.....

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Dack - Answered a Question by Trewick (02 Dec 13 23:35)

There is tea and coffee making facilities in the room and also a self service launderette on each deck. You will have a wonderful time.

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Willard - Answered a Question by Trewick (10 Dec 13 10:53)

Yes to both.... enjoy.

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