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Old August 7th, 2005, 06:00 PM
Begete Begete is offline
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Default Baltic ship entertainment

Apologies in adavance because I know I already asked this question somewhere during the past few days, but can't find the thread containing my question, let alone an answer

We are signed up with a group from the Constellation roll call for a 2 day Denrus tour in St Pete's.

For several reasons, we have not yet made any plans for the evening in port's entertainment.

While it may be possible to make last minute arrangements, I would like to know if anyone stayed on board the ship to view the entertainment provided on the ship - as opposed to visiting the ballet or folk dancing ashore.

If so, would you please comment?

Thank you
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Old August 7th, 2005, 08:02 PM
Andee Andee is offline
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We had booked two days with Red October. Due to traffic, by the time we got back to the ship it was 7:00.

We relaxed a little, showered, had a drink, went to our late seating dinner, strolled around the ship, and were in bed before midnight so we could start early on our second day.

We were very glad that we hadn't booked an evening excursion.
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