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    Cruise the world with Costa Deliziosa

    Robinson Cruisoe, Mrs
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    Robinson Cruisoe, Mrs
    Cruises.co.uk Community Manager


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    Their ships look very nice but..

    Don't know how to do a Poll, but I'm wondering..



    which Italian cruise line is "less appealing"?
    - Costa or MSC?






    From everything I've read, I'd be apprehensive to book either
    especially with so many other lines delivering consistently better value for money it would seem
    and far better reviews from cruisers!

    What do you think?

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      Next cruises: Celebrity Eclipse (May 2015)
      Past 6 years: Independence of the Seas (x3), Queen Mary 2 (x7), Celebrity Eclipse (x2), NCL Norwegian Jade, P&O Aurora (2), NCL Getaway
      Ship Visits: MSC Opera, HAL Ryndam, Royal Princess, MSC Magnifica

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          #5
          If you had a couple of duty free cigarettes after lunch and dinner how much would smoking duty free enable a heavy smoker to save over a world cruise?

          How come it is apparently all right to comment like this on 'Alcohol' when one would not normally dream of doing so in connection with smoking?
          Puzzled - both cause health problems and can cause early death. We now know that 2 glasses of wine a day is too much for women's health.
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            #6
            Originally posted by Macro, Reading View Post
            If you had a couple of duty free cigarettes after lunch and dinner how much would smoking duty free enable a heavy smoker to save over a world cruise?

            How come it is apparently all right to comment like this on 'Alcohol' when one would not normally dream of doing so in connection with smoking?
            Puzzled - both cause health problems and can cause early death. We now know that 2 glasses of wine a day is too much for women's health.

            OK Macro I stand admonished. If we go on like this it will be forbidden to discuss food because too much food puts on weight and obesity can also damage health.

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              Originally posted by Hampshire Thorn, Fareham View Post
              OK Macro I stand admonished. If we go on like this it will be forbidden to discuss food because too much food puts on weight and obesity can also damage health.
              I AGREE ! My comment was ironic. If smoking is mentioned on this forum or in the questions/answers section the vitriol coming from numerous 'pens' on this site is quite astonishing. Not so Alcohol. I was pointing out the irony to those who have been on this site since June last year and whose opinions on smoking are never replicated when it comes to Alcohol. Hope that clarifies. Many thanks.
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