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knapman - Answered a Question by harmon (08 Jan 09 07:01)

We did our first cruise with inside cabin on OV and it was great.

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Wilba - Answered a Question by harmon (07 Jan 09 18:29)

Just exactly what information are you looking for???........Regards Paul McKenna!

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harmon - replied to Wilba (11 Jan 09 14:47)

Are they a good size and do they have extras like tea and coffe and hair and do they have a bath or showerdryer thank you .

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flynn - Answered a Question by harmon (09 Jan 09 10:53)

Not been on Ocean Village, but P&O inside cabins are fine, same size as outside cabins. You get large mirrors, instead of windows. I look at it like this....I only use my cabin to get washed and changed in and sleep in, so why pay a lot more for a window ?? Plus if it was a rough day, you wouldn't see the horizon going up and down !! less movement inside should it be a bit rough.Only disadvantage, you cant see what the weather is like !!,but you can just nip out on deck to see, or turn on your telly. So inside more affordable and allows us to cruise twice a year. Cant wait 'till February.

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Haim - Answered a Question by harmon (09 Jan 09 20:08)

Did my first cruise on OV in outside cabin, the next 4 on OV and OV2 were inside cabins. Wonderful to get to sleep in as totally dark and no morning sun through the curtains. However if you want to be up early make sure you take a good alarm clock. I rarely spend time in the cabin so didn't bother me. If I wanted to look outside I could just walk to an open deck!

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