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  • PaulEFC, Pershore
    started a topic Independence of the Seas

    Independence of the Seas

    Can anyone please provide answers for me regarding the IOTS

    What sort of electrical sockets do they have on the ship (European or American)?

    Is it possible to connect a DVD player to the TV in the cabin?

  • hotlady29, Kidderminster
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    has both american and european plug sockets in cabin. you will find that the european plugs give you a much better power output on hairdryer, tongs etc. However, if you take both types of plug adaptors you can make your own decision. Take along your own tea and coffee, chocolate powder and a couple of mugs and you can have a drink whenever you want without having to go to one of the cafes to get a drink. PS also take your own teaspoon, they only supply plastic/wooden stirrers.

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  • PaulEFC, Pershore
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    [QUOTE=Richard, colwyn bay;315481]
    Originally posted by PaulEFC, Pershore View Post
    From reading comments on here I thought there weren't many quiet places to sit on this ship.[/QUOT
    plenty of quiet places on this ship!! and you can plug a dvd into the back of the TV
    Many thanks for that.

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  • Richard, colwyn bay
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    [QUOTE=PaulEFC, Pershore;315170]From reading comments on here I thought there weren't many quiet places to sit on this ship.[/QUOT
    plenty of quiet places on this ship!! and you can plug a dvd into the back of the TV

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  • PaulEFC, Pershore
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    Originally posted by Malcolm Oliver, Essex View Post
    That is what 'home' is for!

    The ship is big enough to have a few quiets spots, so you can have a quiet night out instead!
    From reading comments on here I thought there weren't many quiet places to sit on this ship.

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  • Balmcake, Leeds (2)
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    American sockets but they do have 220 volt socket so you wiull need a round pin converter
    Originally posted by PaulEFC, Pershore View Post
    Can anyone please provide answers for me regarding the IOTS

    What sort of electrical sockets do they have on the ship (European or American)?

    Is it possible to connect a DVD player to the TV in the cabin?

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  • Balmcake, Leeds (2)
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    OOh I dont think you will want to have a quiet night in there is so much to do you will most likely wish that the days were longer, I found myself getting up at 6 am each morning, even though I am usual a late riser, the ship is so big and there is so much to see there just isnt enough time, we could have stayed on board for another two weeks LOL
    Originally posted by PaulEFC, Pershore View Post
    I was just being prepared that's all in case, on the odd occasion, we might want to have a quiet night in.

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  • Malcolm, Essex
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    Originally posted by PaulEFC, Pershore View Post
    ..on the odd occasion, we might want to have a quiet night in.
    That is what 'home' is for!

    The ship is big enough to have a few quiets spots, so you can have a quiet night out instead!

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  • phil, essex
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    Originally posted by PaulEFC, Pershore View Post
    I was just being prepared that's all in case, on the odd occasion, we might want to have a quiet night in.

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  • PaulEFC, Pershore
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    I was just being prepared that's all in case, on the odd occasion, we might want to have a quiet night in.

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  • Malcolm, Essex
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    American.

    You will not have time to watch DVD's. Go so the shows instead! (It may be difficult gaining easy access to the back of the TV?)
    Last edited by Malcolm, Essex; 29th September 2011, 01:48 PM.

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