Murray - Answered a Question by Murray (31 Jan 09 18:40)

Many thanks for the rapid response which has put our minds at rest. I'm most grateful.

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Ingle - Answered a Question by Murray (30 Jan 09 20:17)

Don't have children but the ones that did on our Ventura cruise said the kids facilities were brilliant and its open til late evening. There is a childrens meal in the self service around 5:15. Club dining means that you are at the same table, same time each evening. However there are meals in the self service as an alternative (no charge) usually with a them such as Italian, Indian etc and there is also the option of the White room, East or Ramblas for a charge. There are sometimes special offers on these, especially if you go early.

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