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Marco Polo Baltic Cities And St Petersburg.

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  • Wilson, Widne - Commented on this review

    My husband, myself and daughter (30 ) are going on the Baltic Treasures cruise in July 2010. We have booked cabin number 445 inside on Pacific deck which according to the brochure is one of the larger cabins for 4 persons. Has anyone stayed in this cabin before or could let me know the layout and how big the shower room is, so we can visualize three in a cabin. Thank you. Fay from Widnes.

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  • Hopkins, Caerphilly - Commented on this review

    Hi, we are considering booking a cruise onboard marco polo next year but have been told this ship serves mostly german food, my husband is a fussy eater and loves his full english for breakfast could u please let me know if this is true.

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    • COATES, NEWLYN Commented on a comment by Hopkins (03 Nov 09 11:58)

      There is a huge variety of food, none of it particularly German in my opinion. Breakfast was a choice of rolls, breads, continental cheese and hams and there was a cooked option of eggs (usually fried or scrambled or both), hash browns, saute potatoes, sausages, tomatoes etc. Every lunchtime there was a different variety of soup and several main course choices ranging from pasta dishes to curries, quiches and casseroles. There is a wide variety of salads, bread rolls, vegetables, pickles and fruit every day with the added option of a bar-b-q (usually steak or fish I believe) or pizza out on the pool deck. There was also a large selection of puddings. Then in the afternoon cakes and sandwiches were available, followed by the evening meal where again there was a different soup each day and a large choice of different dishes. We preferred the more informal buffet bar of Marco's as you could pick as much or as little as you wanted. The food was fantastic, your husband will love it!

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