Cooke - Answered a Question by lark (10 Oct 08 10:35)

When you first meet your steward ask him/her to fill the ice bucket before dinner each evening and I'm sure he/she will oblige.

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Cowan - Answered a Question by lark (10 Oct 08 09:34)

Since there's only a fridge in your cabin, then no...although there is an icebucket in there! suspect you'd stand a pretty good chance if you asked your steward or rang for room service..

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Hettle - Answered a Question by lark (11 Oct 08 11:21)

Without doubt your steward will bring ice at the time requested.D Hettle.

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