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Old April 11th, 2012, 08:40 PM
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Default Question for anyone sailing on Symphony now

What are the shampoo and conditioner products provided? Are they still Aveda Rosemary Mint? Thanks!
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Old April 11th, 2012, 08:56 PM
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What are the shampoo and conditioner products provided? Are they still Aveda Rosemary Mint? Thanks!
although I'm not on the current Symphony cruise, the Avenda products you mentioned where on the symphony less than two weeks ago and I'm sure that hasn't changed.

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There are Elemis products in the spa for anyone to use .
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I don't think these have been answered---is it possible to obtain a free bottle of wine or spirits for your cabin, and are white zinfandel and riesling available on the new, all-inclusive program in the MDR and bars? Would one of you please report? Many thanks, Julia
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On the first evening, our room attendant dropped by around 6pm and took our order; a bottle of spirit and a bottle or wine (or two bottles of wine)

We got a full litre bottle of whisky (Famous Grouse). Also available were Vodka, Gin, etc. The one missing option was brandy.

The wines are the one bottles that are offered during the cruise in the MDR. There was a good selection and I do recall blush option (not sure if it was a white win). We took the Shiraz.

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On the first evening, our room attendant dropped by around 6pm and took our order; a bottle of spirit and a bottle or wine (or two bottles of wine)

We got a full litre bottle of whisky (Famous Grouse). Also available were Vodka, Gin, etc. The one missing option was brandy.

The wines are the one bottles that are offered during the cruise in the MDR. There was a good selection and I do recall blush option (not sure if it was a white win). We took the Shiraz.
Glad to hear this as I was told it this would start on 2208. My stewardess said she would be putting a list of the complimentary drinks in the cabins starting on 2208. Were you in a cabin or a penthouse?

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Nancy

PS. Jinn...I'm not a white Zin drinker or Reisling so I don't recall seeing these wines on 2207 but maybe someone can answer for you. I'd suggest you start a seperate post or post on the current Symphony or the upcoming roll calls.
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We were in a cabin with a balcony but our dinner table companions were in a cabin with obstructed views (that life boat story I mention on another thread) who took two bottles of wines on the list.

So it is all cabins.

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We were in a cabin with a balcony but our dinner table companions were in a cabin with obstructed views (that life boat story I mention on another thread) who took two bottles of wines on the list.

So it is all cabins.
thanks...Crystal wouldn't distiguish between a balcony cabin and a non-balcony cabin in regards to the all-inclusive wine and spirit offerings.

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