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Hunt - Answered a Question by Gresham (11 May 08 11:03)

Well Down Ive no more to say on the subject. You obviously know all the answers as you must spend all of your days on here.Your reply again was not just blunt but extremely rude as usual.

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middleton - Answered a Question by Gresham (07 May 08 18:19)

What about a sensible question we are not clairvoyant.

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Aldrich - Answered a Question by Gresham (07 May 08 18:59)

Oh for flips sake - please advise the cruise line and/or ship and please try and put 'please' at the end of your question.

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Taylor - Answered a Question by Gresham (07 May 08 23:15)

They almost always have space for one person.

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Hunt - Answered a Question by Gresham (08 May 08 10:38)

Why do some folks have to be so sarcastic and rude? We are off on a cruise in August and are taking a single person with us.You will find that you pay a large supplement for a single cabin on all cruises.

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Neil and Ida Down - Answered a Question by Gresham (08 May 08 16:11)

Well Mr or Mrs or even Ms Hunt read what has been written as a question and then think of all the permutations that an answer could have. Don't you think that a little more information together with an acknowledgement would be far more sensible? And whilst we all sympathise with your situation the singles cabins are always more expensive because the ratio of price and space makes it inevitable unless, of course, they are short on bookings for a particular cruise. So, yes I can see the frustration of those who answer hundreds of queries freely and willingly when they are looking at an short blunt and virtually meaningless question like the one above ...Nei.

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Hunt -('Aplmac') - Answered a Question by Gresham (09 May 08 01:46)

Some ships have 'em, some don't.

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HUNT - Answered a Question by Gresham (09 May 08 17:21)

Well Neil and Ida Down you seem to rule the roost on this sight,is it because you live in Southampton? You two are the people I am talking about! Not everyone is as clued up as you two rude people.

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Neil and Ida Down - Answered a Question by Gresham (10 May 08 22:06)

Well "Hunt" I may be blunt and to the point but at least I can write a sensible sentence. Are we saying that the composer of this inept query is incapable of it? I don't think so. Yours ...Nei.

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