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GranJean

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  1. A few years ago we, a party of three, charged around $510 for meals and drinks and spent another $200 or so on tips and trinkets for the four day land portion. We aren’t extravagant by any means and would put our spending about normal. Of course, your mileage may vary.
  2. Good to know .,. thanx.
  3. Thanx for the prompt and helpful replies.
  4. We will be sailing on the Grand Princess again next year but this time in a Vista Suite (sweet). It will be our first cruise in a suite. Our understanding is that if we so desire, our meals in the Main Dining Room will be in the Club Class section. So do we still specify a seating time on the traditional dining reservation or simply select anytime dining and go to the Club Class entry whenever we wish? Thanx,
  5. Alaska - 5 day land cruise followed by 7 day southbound from Whittier on the Coral Princess, our favorite ship!
  6. We had a similar challenge on a long Northern Atlantic cruise with NCL We contacted NCL a couple of months prior to sailing. They arranged for the Medical Office to accept and exchange cold packs as needed. They apparently have their own sterile freezers and equipment to handle such medical items. This was at no cost to us at that time. We did give them a healthy tip though.
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