EASY CENTURY QUESTION.

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#1
Near Chicago IL. The burbs
396 Posts
Joined Sep 2003
My parents are looking at booking this great ship. Is there a place on board to get a cup of decaf and a snack after the shows? They are pushing 70 years young and don't do the bar thing.
Thanks Steve

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#2
4,575 Posts
Joined Mar 2000
Free decaf in the buffet area 24/7. Pay decaf in the Cova Cafe. Snacks??? There's room service, pizza......and gourmet bites which are passed through the lounges and casino... also a night or two.. there's a carving station set up... and there's also a couple of "themed buffets" later in the evening.

I suppose it depends how late they'll be up to partake?? But there is always room service.. 24/7.
#4
4,656 Posts
Joined Jul 2003
The Cova is a terrific spot to end the evening with a quiet cup. All the above mentioned options are there for them too. I just hope that they have a fantastic time. They will love the ship.
#5
Fredericksburg, VA USA
5,301 Posts
Joined Oct 2002
Urbanna! Small world, I grew up near Tappahannock, and used to attend church in Remlik!

Speaking of late night snacks... I was on the ship a couple years ago, didn't look for it explicitly, is there any where to get cookies?

Theron

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#6
Rowlett, TX
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Joined Aug 2003
<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by TPKeller:
Urbanna! Small world, I grew up near Tappahannock, and used to attend church in Remlik!

Speaking of late night snacks... I was on the ship a couple years ago, didn't look for it explicitly, is there any where to get cookies?

Tastings has cookies but I found the selection and taste to not be up to the overall Celebrity food. In that area Holland America is definitely better since you can get pastries of all sorts at the buffet almost all the time.

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#7
Near Chicago IL. The burbs
396 Posts
Joined Sep 2003
Thanks to all. Someday I will be asking questions for our cruise.
Thanks Steve

Golden 2/04
Grand 11/03
The three most exciting sounds in the world: Anchor chains, plane motors, and train whistles....George Bailey