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Baylie - Answered a Question by ABEL (03 Feb 09 11:38)

Hi, Indy is a wonderful ship with lots to do for everyone. My tip would be to get your children to sign up to their respective clubs, even if they are not into that sort of thing. The flowrider, climbing wall, ice skating all get very busy but there are times when they are reserved for the clubs to use without the huge queues. I guess you will have the same problem as me with your children in different clubs but sometimes its good for them and forces them to make new friends. We purchased the soda fountain package for our boys and they loved the freedom of being able to go and get a drink when they felt like it and there is a sprinkes ice cream dispenser on deck that my oldest son spent far too much time at. I didn't do the same itinery that you are going on but if you have any questions regarding the ship please do not hesitate to ask. Gail.

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