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Neil & Ida Down - Answered a Question by Scaling (18 Oct 08 16:46)

Carol's right, (Hi Carol we must arrange for a cabin next to each other again soon) plus there are one or two other sites which give tips concerning what and what not to do in all these ports. I also find a site called virtualtourist full of interesting bits and pieces. regards Ida.

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guy - replied to Neil & Ida Down (19 Oct 08 10:31)

Hi Neil and Ida?? Now you have got me thinking!! Are you still 'cutting a rug' and winning all the quizzes, do you still do lovely little depictions of the ships? Regards Carol.

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Neil & Ida Down - replied to guy (23 Oct 08 19:33)

The answer to all of them Carol, is yes but more slowly.. love and kisses.

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guy - Answered a Question by Scaling (18 Oct 08 08:08)

Good Morning early bird! We have stopped buying guides since finding that you can get all the information you need on the internet. Loads of the cruise sites have destination reviews or type in the name of the city you are visiting on Google and follow the links, you can then print out the bits you are interested in (instead of packing bulky books) and discard them when you have finished the visit. Just an idea, best wishes Carol Guy.

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