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  1. #1
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    Are you tired of having your towel tied up in knots

    Try this link it will give you some ideas of how to get your own back


    [FONT=Georgia][SIZE=4]Traveler shocks hotel staff with 'art' [/SIZE][/FONT]


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    I wonder what the hotel staff think of them.
    EDNA


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    Ha-Ha, that realy tickled me!!!
    Lynn


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    only thing is, if you do this to your room, you have to tidy it before you get into bed (or use the loo for that matter!) - too much trouble!


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    Quote QUOTE: View Post
    Try this link it will give you some ideas of how to get your own back


    [FONT=Georgia][SIZE=4]Traveler shocks hotel staff with 'art' [/SIZE][/FONT]
    Let us all start a campaign.LEAVE OUR TOWELS ALONE OR ELSE.LOL


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    Towel animals are great for first timers, then they become a PITA on subsequent cruises, a bit like Baked Alaska Parades.

    Cabins get untidy enough without more clutter from piles of dead animal towels

    Wilba

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    Awww, I am still waiting for my first towel animal! Have sailed P & O and Princess but to no avail. In August am trying Royal Caribbean so I hope they give me my first towel animal......!!


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    KayJay, I hope you get some towel creatures on your next cruise. I think they are fun and love to see the latest creation when we return to our cabin.
    As for Bert? Not my kind of humour- what a plonker.


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    Wilba, I kinda agree about the PITA and clutter bit but I still go back to my room each evening in anticipation of whats there and photograph it - it usually is the last photo for that day! I kind of love to hate them sort of things.

    As for the Baked Alaska parade - I was fascinated by it on our first cruise with HAL - which was in Alaska, but when they also did it on the Louis Cristal somewhere between Mykonos and Istanbul - I thought wait a minute - if it was a baklava parade I could have stomached it better. Then the Thomson Destiny took in one step further just off the coast of Casablanca where they used fake plastic baked alaska and mini- fireworks out the hole in the centre!

    As far as I know Carnival and NCL did not engage in such drivel. glad they do the Chocolate bufffet night - will never tire of that!


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    Oh I still love the baked alaska nights and will never tire of them.

    I remember our cabin steward making a monkey out of towels and had it swinging from a coat hanger with my husbands sunglasses on and a cigarette hanging from it's mouth. Very life like [when he smoked]


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