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Multiple Choice Poll.
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Tradition?Probably not, but let's ask our grandparents to be sure.
Does that mean the same in America?
I'm glad to see the Commodore Club - but wait to see how it looks - the spaces on similar ships are reported as cramped, with low ceilings......Indeed. What makes the Commodore Club so lovely is not the name or concept, but something about the space and set up that works.
The real Cunard traditions do not require specific rooms as "destinations" per se - good eating, drinking and company is what makes the on board entertainment.Precisely - its not about the rooms on board or the acres of fake wood they have glued to the bulkheads, - but about the atmosphere - civilised talks by people who know their stuff, Afternoon Tea, Dressing for Dinner and laughter that comes from the mind not the belly.....