Neil Down - Answered a Question by roberts (12 Jul 08 15:40)

Unlike many other cruise lines Princess still allow smoking in staterooms and in various other places throughout the ship, they do not allow smoking in the restaurant or theatre. This is according to their latest rules and regs. Neil.

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Matt - replied to Neil Down (13 Jul 08 01:55)

Hi Neil, it used to be Neil and Ida Down, Has Ida got fed up, can't blame her. I'm not bothering any more with this site either. Totally bored with the same old questions over and over again, no fun anymore. Happy cruising as Burrows would say.

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