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Topic: Re:Cruising, lower deck
Posted by: Michael Callahan
Date/Time: 18/02/15 22:45:00

If you're going to book a cruise, and admittedly I've only been on one in Alaska years ago, there isn't really any point in cutting corners on your room. Being higher up, aside from having a view, is more stable than below in the event that sea motion may be a problem, and if you've got a deck, well, you do spend a fair amount of daylight time on the ship where just watching it all go by in your own space can be very enjoyable aside from the fresh air you won't get at a lower deck. Like a theatre ticket, if you spend X for a poor seat, you might as well spend X and a little bit more to get maximum value from the experience.

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TopicDate PostedPosted By
Cruising, lower deck18/02/15 16:38:00 Maggie Dodge
   Re:Cruising, lower deck18/02/15 16:56:00 Apple Leiper
   Re:Cruising, lower deck18/02/15 17:20:00 Susan Kelly
      Re:Re:Cruising, lower deck18/02/15 17:35:00 Susan Lawrence
         Re:Re:Re:Cruising, lower deck18/02/15 17:53:00 Claire Moran
   Re:Cruising, lower deck18/02/15 19:27:00 bobby osborne
      Re:Re:Cruising, lower deck18/02/15 20:52:00 Maggie Dodge
         Re:Re:Re:Cruising, lower deck18/02/15 21:53:00 bobby osborne
            Re:Re:Re:Re:Cruising, lower deck18/02/15 22:07:00 Lynne Bruce
               Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Cruising, lower deck18/02/15 22:33:00 bobby osborne
   Re:Cruising, lower deck18/02/15 22:45:00 Michael Callahan
      Re:Re:Cruising, lower deck19/02/15 07:43:00 Chris Calvi-Freeman
         Re:Re:Re:Cruising, lower deck19/02/15 08:42:00 Stuart Kerr
            Re:Re:Re:Re:Cruising, lower deck19/02/15 10:39:00 Adrian Irving
               Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Cruising, lower deck19/02/15 16:04:00 Maggie Dodge
                  Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Cruising, lower deck19/02/15 17:00:00 Brian Coyle
                     Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Cruising, lower deck19/02/15 17:08:00 Jonathan Bingham

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