hamilton - Answered a Question by Faulkner (07 Apr 08 20:09)

Good to know we won't be cruising alone ! WE'VE booked this cruise also !52 wks come Sunday but who's counting.

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Collins - Answered a Question by Faulkner (23 Jan 08 13:49)

The cabins are small compared to the other Thomson ships, but as long as you are only taking 1 suitcase each, you should be ok.

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Beard - Answered a Question by Faulkner (23 Jan 08 14:09)

We are booked on the out ward bound trip the cabins are the smallest we have been in but how long do you spend in your cabin? We dont even bother with a porthole any more as you only see sea or a dock wall it see what the weather is like put on the bridge camera. All cabin up to deak six are the same so unless you pay top wack you will have a small room . It has enough room for your clothes but it only has 4 small draws but you always ask for more coat hangers.Suit cases fit under the beds. Have a Great time you will enjoy the food and the entertainment.

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h - Answered a Question by Faulkner (06 Mar 08 16:47)

Hey we are booked on the same cruise and i was going to ask the same question, hope you enjoy it as i'm sure we will! not been on a cruise before so it's all new.

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