Wilba - Answered a Question by fayrlie (10 Aug 11 18:26)

The only people that can answer your question is the booking agent. Ask them as to exactly what you are entitled to..........Wilba.

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Wilba - replied to Wilba (10 Aug 11 18:59)

Apologies........ Sorry I didn't read your question correctly. If it is just transfer from Barcelona to the airport, taxi's will be queuing up to relieve you of your last few euros. Ship to Airport is about €30..........Wilba.

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fayrlie - replied to Wilba (10 Aug 11 19:19)

Hi! Wilba. It's me that is the proplem the way I worded the question, The question should read "what is the approx. price for taxi from airport to Barcelona centre" and then "approx. price for taxi from Barcelona centre to N.C.L.ship". As I have never went on a stay and cruise before,are there any other problems that might crop up ? Thanks in advance.

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Wilba - replied to fayrlie (10 Aug 11 19:38)

Barcelona taxi drivers are not the friendliest of cabbies, and they will try it on whenever they can. Insist they put the meter on, and from memory top of Las Ramblas to the ship and vice versa was about €18.........Wilba.

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Neil and Ida Down - Answered a Question by fayrlie (11 Aug 11 11:32)

Just a word of warning, snatch-thieves, pickpockets and opportunists thieves are a risk from the moment you arrive at Barcelona airport. Keep everything tight about you and be very vigilent. NCL will not let you on board if you lose just one passport, they are strict.

This is only a warning, not a prediction but please take care. ....Neil.

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fayrlie - replied to Neil and Ida Down (11 Aug 11 14:16)

Thank you Neil for you words of warning.I was ,to tell the truth just a wee bit worried "moving about under our own", Thank you again.

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