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Wilson - Answered a Question by DI (16 Dec 08 07:56)

We had the All Inclusive package on Thomson Destiny if that is the drinks package you mean, The wine was by the glass but was unlimited,I finished up putting my hand over the glass.It included all the drinks and coffees etc in the bars all round the ship.The AI is on your cabin card so is very easy.

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turpie - replied to Wilson (02 Jan 09 17:47)

How much is the all inclusive package?

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Wilson - replied to turpie (03 Jan 09 09:04)

We had ours included by our travel agent but when we enquired on board I believe it was about £75 a week each.This was January last year. A lot of people on board had tried to get it and couldn't .The drinks on board are very cheap anyway.Coffee in the bars worked out at about 50p.

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stephen - replied to turpie (10 Jan 09 11:03)

Full price is £169.00p but on the thomson web site you will see them change the price on a regular basis as and when the offers change .(that is per week by the way).

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Rachel Collins - Answered a Question by DI (16 Dec 08 11:30)

Hi, there isn't a choice of the wine you have, just red, white or rose by the glass, but there is no limit to the amount of glasses you can have! Rachel.

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Di - Answered a Question by DI (16 Dec 08 11:35)

Thanks for replying so promptly, we go on Sunday so looking forward to my first gin and tonic onboard.

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Rae - Answered a Question by DI (16 Dec 08 15:52)

These pages show the bar menu. Looks like a choice of 3 reds, 3 whites and 3 roses by the glass. http://homepage.ntlworld.com/cjdolan/back.jpg http://homepage.ntlworld.com/cjdolan/front.jpg.

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sheppard - Answered a Question by DI (25 Dec 08 20:11)

We have had the drinks package several times with thomson and it covers everything except speciality drinks for which there is a premium.At dinner your wine is included,basically house wine,but generally very acceptable.If for some reason the odd wine does not suit,ask the wine waiter to change it for another which may be more suitable.As long as you dont profess to be an "expert" there should not be a problem.

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