Di Francesco - Answered a Question by Thompson (14 Jan 09 00:05)

You are allowed what ever drinks you like!. As long as you pay.

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Bradbury - Answered a Question by Thompson (13 Jan 09 21:19)

You need to elaborate on your question alittle. Do you mean what drinks can you order or what drinks are freely available? For instance in the Windjammer (buffet) there is usually iced tea, water and a lemon flavour cordial drink, freely availabable at all times, together with tea, coffee, hot chocolate. At breakfast there is also a selection of fruit juices. You can order at lunch times / evening meals/ anytime/ anything else you could possibly want/ beer/spirits/ alcohol/ soft drinks/ cocktails/ liquers etc etc. to be charged to your account.

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THOMPSON - replied to Bradbury (14 Jan 09 19:35)

Thanks for the info. What price are beers, sprits and cocktails? We have heard they are rather expensive. Also is it better to get a soft drinks package?

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Brown - replied to THOMPSON (14 Jan 09 21:06)

The soft drinks package (soda package they call it) only applies to cans - coke etc. You would need to drink 3 or 4 cans every day for it to be worthwhile. We bought one and it was a total waste of money as there is always plenty of water, iced tea and lemon drink, tea, coffee etc available for free. However, if you prefer fizzy drinks then the soda package might be for you! (but you may not need one each as it can only be bought by the person with the package, but anyone can drink it!) You can buy a wine package which works out ok for dinner. If you don't finish a bottle, they will keep it for you until the next evening.

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Wilba - replied to THOMPSON (15 Jan 09 08:45)

If you want to save yourself a fair amount of money on wine packages, type WINE into the blue search box & read the question by Monks, Leeds ....Wilba.

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Cooke - Answered a Question by Thompson (14 Jan 09 08:17)

Any thing you like - you are paying.

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