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vitrocmax

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About vitrocmax

  • Rank
    Cool Cruiser

About Me

  • Location
    Leeds
  • Interests
    Photography, fishing and walking
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    P&O
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Norway, Mediterranean
  1. It's a good location, you don't need to look at all the cabin numbers on your way down the corridor; it's the end one! There's virtually no passing traffic, so it's a quiet location. The aft stairs and lifts are really close by which is useful, and they don't appear to be as well used as the more forward locations. We live in a bungalow and we enjoy using the stairs, it's a bit of a novelty for us. Wherever you are cruising, I'm sure you'll enjoy it. We are going to the Med for a couple of weeks next month, Britannia is our favourite (well, we've only tried Oceana and Ventura once each, so 2 cruises on Britannia must make it the winner).
  2. The answer to your question is no. However, we had C731 on our last Britannia cruise, same grade, directly below. Next month we are in C730, because we wanted a port side cabin. Was there a reason for the question?
  3. I have used an IKEA Koppla 3 way USB charger daily at home for a couple of years, it's also been on Britannia and Oceana without any issues. It's used for an iPhone and 2 Samsung tablets all at the same time and it's never given me cause for concern. I also take a short (400mm) single extension cable in case the sockets don't allow good access to the adapter USB sockets (they are at the bottom of the adapter), I cut a longer one down so it is manageable (I don't think a 5 metre extension would be acceptable).
  4. I've not been watching the forums for a while so just saw this - the Tapas is good. I left my wife to do the cooking and went back at the end to sample the result - very good. I don't recall all the dishes but I think there were 4 of them, and they were all simple and effective. The prep was already done by the team, all the cleaning and washing up was done by them, the class did the cooking (instruction was excellent) and all I did was eat the food! Later in the week my wife did another class with James Martin, and I again joined in at the end to help eat the fish course. That one was expensive, though worth it.
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