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macro - Answered a Question by carberry (02 Jul 08 07:18)

In more expensive cabins is Molton brown i believe in lower priced it is elemis spa which are good. soap, shower gel/shampoo, conditioner etc. you can buy other brands in the on board shop,including sun block. All in dollars. Photos don't vary in price as such (formal nights) they are $6.75 to $8 ish. they will also do black and white and modern portraits as well as the usual gangway shots. Have a lovely holiday, I am very fond of the sea princess.

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Wilba - replied to macro (02 Jul 08 08:08)

$6 to $8 for a photograph!!!!! A 10 x 8 formal has been $25 for a few years now.

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burns - replied to macro (02 Jul 08 23:48)

Try 26 dollars for pics not 8 ish.

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Dolan - Answered a Question by carberry (02 Jul 08 21:04)

Very expensive!!! Shampoo was Moulton Brown but soaps and lotions were the spa brand on the ship- cant remember the name- we had a delux outside stateroom on Aloha deck.

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carberry - replied to Dolan (02 Jul 08 23:02)

We have a balcony cabin mid ship on aloha deck products sound good enough love the molton brown range.thanks.

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middleton - Answered a Question by carberry (02 Jul 08 21:52)

Since photos now cost $30 plus --£ 16 each on cruise ships I let them take my photo & when they go on display I use my digital camera on its macro setting flash of and take photos of them I am in fact taking photos of myself so I am not breaking any copyright laws .

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