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kempie - Answered a Question by Carnegie (14 Sep 08 15:14)

Hi, I understand you cannot book in advance but we had no problem booking into the White Room or East on our cruise, as soon as u get to your cabin telephone through to them and book the night you require, I would also suggest you book two nights in The White Room in case you like it and want to return, people we spoke to left it 2 or 3 days and found it was booked up and as soon as word got round Marco was going to be there it sold out. The White Room is on Deck 17 and East is on deck 7 so u could always make your way to them and book personally. Also on the 1st two nights the extra charge is £10 in East instead of £15 and £15 instead of £20 in the White Room. Worth every penny in my opinion.

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Carnegie - replied to kempie (14 Sep 08 17:19)

Thanks for your advice will do as you say and was abit surprised that the White Room and East are £5 cheaper than supposed to be so sounds agood deal if it was at a restuarant it would cost agood deal more than that. I believe Marco wont be on the 5th December cruise.

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