smee - Answered a Question by parton (29 Apr 10 21:27)

We have just booked a cruise for next february, the all inclusive package we were offered was £740.00 for 2 of us for the 14 days. would it be cheaper to book this on board if possible.

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Wynne - Answered a Question by parton (06 Jan 08 14:54)

Having been on several Thomson cruises, drinks are slightly more expensive than some hotels, but then again the measures are larger. For value, order bottles of wine at meals, they can be stored until the next meal. Thre are several bars on board where bands play while relaxing with a drink, and some passenger interactive game shows take place in the bars too.

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Hall - Answered a Question by parton (29 Jan 08 11:31)

Just got back last night from a cruise on Thomson Destiny, we found some drinks prices very reasonable: Coke £1, pint lager £2.30, cocktails all less than £3, wine in restaurant not so cheap and bottled water £1.55 but only 0.40 euros (approx 30p) in supermarket in port.

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smee - Answered a Question by parton (29 Apr 10 21:27)

We have just booked a cruise for next february, the all inclusive package we were offered was £740.00 for 2 of us for the 14 days. would it be cheaper to book this on board if possible.

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