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BLYTH - Answered a Question by mcguire (08 Jan 09 10:00)

I got another copy of the 2008 guide last week, but I haven't written a cruise review this year so not expecting one .... Bill.

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Campbell - Answered a Question by mcguire (08 Jan 09 10:05)

Yes, in November I wrote a review of our MSC cruise and got a copy of the 2009 Berlitz guide shortly afterwards.

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mcguire - replied to Campbell (08 Jan 09 10:30)

Hiya i wrote one in december still not recived it yet .i would really like my copy as ive had them last 2years cause really some great info in these books .bye the way happy new year to all cruise readers out there and all at www.cruise .co.uk .so heres to next good questions and answers from fellow cruisers .many thanks.

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Smith - Answered a Question by mcguire (08 Jan 09 12:17)

I wrote a review in early December and the automatic response said I would receive my 2009 copy within 28 days. Last week I contacted the www.CRUISE.co.uk office and they replied that it could now take 2-3 months for copies to arrive. They then had a look around the office and sent me a spare copy that someone had managed to locate. A bit dog eared but still nice to have as an up to date reference book.

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By Dean Michaelides

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By Camilla Edwards

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Continuing my look at European ports this week I thought I`d choose Piraeus, the port for the Greek capital Athens.Athens is probably most famous for the Acropolis, topped by the Parthenon Temple, and the National Museum. It is a bustling, busy city with lots to do and a place I have visited several times. It has lots of really good hotels, restaurants and bars as well as its history. Many cruise ships now visit Athens using Piraeus as the anchor port.The port sits about 7 miles from the city...

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Feb 13 2017 02:54:05:000PM