PARRISH - Answered a Question by blair (28 Mar 08 19:53)

Dont let them put you off the cabins were great, the food was great tea & coffee in the lido was ok but the ship was fantastic along with the very good service from a friendly crew.

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Richard Okill - Answered a Question by blair (25 Mar 08 12:35)

Sorry, no such refinements on this level of cruising.

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morris - Answered a Question by blair (25 Mar 08 14:21)

No but Thomson do provide 24 hour free tea and coffee from the buffet!!!

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Butler - Answered a Question by blair (26 Mar 08 20:37)

No - but free 24/7 from buffets as well as juice (breakfast time only.

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McManus - Answered a Question by blair (26 Mar 08 20:47)

Not in the cabins but they are available 24 hours a day, and they do not charge for them Have a lovely holiday we did last year.

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Stevenson - Answered a Question by blair (26 Mar 08 22:51)

No but theres no shortage of refreshments around the ship whenever you want them...... went on the Destiny in Feb.... loved it.

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Low - Answered a Question by blair (26 Mar 08 23:19)

Take a travel kettle - we did, saves a lot of bother especially if you want to drink tea/coffee in your cabin any time day or night. Rough seas are not condusive to carrying cups of liquid from deck to cabin!

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Williams - Answered a Question by blair (27 Mar 08 06:28)

Yes there was tea making facilities when I went on Thomsons Destiny. Had tiny cabin shared with friend and we had kettle and cups etc the usual. Lovely in morning nice cup of tea or coffee. What does "this level of cruising" mean written by Richard Okill, so now cruising has "classes" how sad? cruising is fun its for everyone thats why there are many different types of accomodation/prices and yes when "slumming it in windowless cabin" you get lovely tea facilities and Richard should hang head in shame..

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parkes - Answered a Question by blair (27 Mar 08 07:33)

As you will see above, no tea and coffeemaking services avaiable but you can get room service, approx £1.50 plus a small tip, buffet a long way to go for your early tea, we found it a very good service, most ships do not do tea and coffee in staterooms now due to health and safet.

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Hogg - Answered a Question by blair (27 Mar 08 07:54)

No, sadly there is barely enough room for a kettle in the cabin!! It is freely available in the Lido thoug.

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