patterson - Answered a Question by jepson (22 Mar 08 16:32)

GOOD TIP! At bedtime put tv on bridge cam with no volume. In the morning you wake to light in you cabin.

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Jacobs - Answered a Question by jepson (08 Sep 07 01:57)

Please don't worry You will find the cabins just great the only difference is you will not have a window!! Unless you are one of those people who wishes to sit in their cabin all day long, this should not bother you at all You will have the full run of the ship, food etc as your fellow passengers But will have saved yourself loads of money as inside cabins are usually a lot cheaper Have a great tri.

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Rose - Answered a Question by jepson (08 Sep 07 14:54)

Inside Cabins are usually cheaper so dont worry about it at all. I've been on 3 cruises so far and havent had a room with a view yet and i've totally enjoyed my trips. You aren't in your room long enough to notice it anyway!!! Also,the closer you are to the centre of the ship the less you will feel the ship moving. Have a great time.

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Boston - Answered a Question by jepson (08 Sep 07 15:01)

For a Caribbean trip, I always book at least an outside cabin because its worth it to me for the views. Moorings are not like those in Europe, they tend to be attractive. However, an inside cabin tends to be totally dark and I always get a good nights sleep. Depends on whats important to you.

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Ferriday - Answered a Question by jepson (08 Sep 07 15:38)

Inside cabins are find. Usually very light and you do not miss a window. We do not spend very much time in our cabin as ther is so much to do on board - usually not enough time in the day to do all you want to. Have a great tim.

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jepson - Answered a Question by jepson (08 Sep 07 16:59)

Thankyou for your reply it was much appreciated.

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Straw - Answered a Question by jepson (08 Sep 07 17:58)

Our first cruise was this year on the Sea Princess, inside cabin R343. They are lovely cabins with enough room and everything you will need. You will hardly see it. There is lots of storage and a lovely shower room. There are huge mirrors and lots of lighting that gives the impression of space. We only used the room to get changed and sleep. If you want to see what the weather is like you can put the view cam up on the TV. You will have a lovely time.

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