Birkwood - Answered a Question by hitchens (26 Apr 08 14:34)

I was on the Maiden Voyage too. Mugs in the Lido were definitely industrial, storage was on the poor side of good in QG6. As for the phone charger, I guess you're referring the problem of space below the socket? I had just the same problem with my camera battery charger. If you take a continental adapter (plugs into 2 pin but has 3 pin socket) you can plug the phone charger in upside down so the space below the socket isn't an issue. Continental sockets use effectively the same voltage. Hope this helps. Gordo.

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cunane - Answered a Question by hitchens (18 May 08 15:10)

Hey don't be worring about the mugs in the Lido ( after all it's very casual like our own kitchen ) what about this .... have just returned back from my second trip on Q.vic and can you beleive it they offered me a TEA BAG with a cup of water in the EVENING (formal night Britannia) for an ad hoc tea and I'm not talking about herbal tea here, come on Q.Vic get some individual tea pots on this ship enough of this American service style.. any one out there going on Q vic don't put up with it.All loyal Cunards put your foot down .

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