Wilba - Answered a Question by Chapman (20 Oct 08 15:55)

The library on Musica has limited English books as they cater mainly for Italians. Spirits for consumption in cabins can only be purchased on board & you must pay corkage. Drinks purchased ashore will be removed till last night of cruise. DVD's can't help with, but fairly certain 'no'. Buy a travel adapter before you go from Aldi/Matalan or the likes.

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Chapman - replied to Wilba (21 Oct 08 07:50)

Hi many thanks for your comments - will take a few extra books and will forget the vodka! How did you find the food so many people seem to be complaining re temperature and choice - how did you find the choice etc? Many thanks .

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Wilba - replied to Chapman (21 Oct 08 08:56)

My view on the food stakes are in line with many, 'unremarkable' , that doesn't mean its bad but very 'forgetable'. It depends on your expectations & what your comparing it to, but overall I would say you get what you pay for & I don't mean that unkindly. Let's just say it's not 5 star!! Choice was OK. One comment that constantly occurs is that you have to pay for water. Ask for 'Ships Water' in a jug otherwise they will bring bottled stuff which you pay for. Regards.

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moore - Answered a Question by Chapman (22 Oct 08 19:33)

Hi Jacki and Ian, we are going on Musica november the 2nd, we live in Paignton see you in board. Sharon and Ozzie.

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Chapman - replied to moore (25 Oct 08 19:06)

Hi - are you on the heathrow to Rome and then Venice flight? We will see you in the departure lounge or failing that 6 pm in the Blue Marlin bar (by the pool) on Sunday. Jacki and Ian, Torquay .

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moore - replied to Chapman (28 Oct 08 11:48)

Hi, we are flying from Gatwick to Verona then transfer to venice, so will meet you at the Merlin bar, we have been with MSC before on Lirica and had a great time. Sharon and Ozzie, Paignton.

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