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Aldrich - Answered a Question by wilde (24 Aug 08 10:57)

DH is on board Indie at the moment in a D2 on deck 8 - shall I ask him to count the coathangers...?!

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wilde - replied to Aldrich (24 Aug 08 13:28)

Now thats what you call inside imformation , wouldent it be funny if it was even the same cabin lol any imfo on the cabin and coathangers etc would be welcome thanks in advance .

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Aldrich - replied to wilde (25 Aug 08 09:17)

Ok - and the answer is .......21!!!!! Says shower is very good size with great water pressure. Remember to bring both types of plug converter. Any other specifics you need?!

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wilde - replied to Aldrich (25 Aug 08 10:57)

What a star many thanks pass my thanks on !any other tips gratefully recd ! not long to go now to sept 20th !!

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a - Answered a Question by wilde (23 Aug 08 12:47)

Plenty of hangers - if you need more just ask your cabin steward. Will be shelves in the cupbards and drawers in the dressing table unit. Look out for hidden storage cubby holes behind the mirrors too.

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Neil and Ida Down - Answered a Question by wilde (23 Aug 08 21:30)

Ladies you might be interested in a trick we have used for many years. We pack all of my dresses and trousers/slacks with our own hangers, plastic coated wire ones, in them. It is so easy to pack that way and when it comes to unpacking I leave a few ship's hangers for Neil to use and put their hangers on the top shelf and hang everything straight from the suitcase, three to five minutes and they're hung. Anything that is badly creased I hang in the bathroom for a while. regards.... Ida.

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Stephenson - Answered a Question by wilde (27 Aug 08 15:38)

I take some hangers for "Posh"stuff as the ones provided are those silly ones that the top part stays on the rail so you cant hang them up on the door after they have been pressed before you wear tham-v annoying.

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Neville-Jones - Answered a Question by wilde (27 Aug 08 17:30)

My wife and I cruised on P & O's Arcadia (Mini Suite) recently and we both had more than adequate hanging space and substantial hangers (probably atleast eight each.

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Craven - Answered a Question by wilde (27 Aug 08 17:42)

My partner and i have just come back from a cruise, we found the hanging space adequate, but not enough hangers, we mentioned this at reception and they made sure we had sufficient.

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philpott - Answered a Question by wilde (27 Aug 08 20:30)

A: there is normally a shortage of hangers,i would suggest you take a couple of lightweight multipal hangers, then you don't have to struggle inside the wardrobe,just take out the complete hanger.Tony.

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