Neil & Ida Down - Answered a Question by Grant (08 Feb 09 12:14)

I tend to go with Wilba on this one because although the Davies didn't get any noise to bother them the deck below the pool and the cafe restaurant is always one to avoid per se. ...... Neil.

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Wilba - Answered a Question by Grant (08 Feb 09 10:18)

Personal choice would be 6. One down to the Royal Prom, two down to Main Dining, very convenient. Deck 10 could have it's problems with noise as above is Windjammer, Swimming Pools, Bandstands & general deck activity......Wilba....ps Grab one near the stairwell/lifts to save a route march every day.

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Davies - Answered a Question by Grant (08 Feb 09 10:27)

Hi we had deck 10 middle of ship last yr no problems with noise etc also booked deck 10 js again this may.

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woods - Answered a Question by Grant (10 Feb 09 15:07)

Does it actually matter? a cabin is a cabin. i was on deck ten last year and the thought of all that water above me during the bad storm we were in gave me the willies.

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