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Langlands - Answered a Question by wilks (01 Oct 07 08:58)

Nglish-speaking nations, such as the U.K., USA, and Australia. Europeans tend to smoke more, even in the no-smoking areas. Dining rooms are off limits to smoking. Dress Code On a seven-night cruise, there are two formal nights (though many ignored the dress suggestion and some people even wore jeans to the dining room). Otherwise, dress is casual. Gratuity Plan to tip about what you'd tip on an American-based ship -- $10 per person per day. Tips are paid at cruise-end.

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PEPWORTH - Answered a Question by wilks (08 Oct 07 20:05)

We have been on msc lirica three times twice in the caribbean and once in the baltic.the cleanliness and state of the ship is outstanding.the passengers depend on which port you start the cruise.in the caribbean it was mostly americans and canadians, whereas the baltic was germans mainly and in fact on that cruise the british were about sixth place for passengers.we also cruised on its sister ship msc opera in the meditterean and on that cruise the majority were italians as it sailed from that country.iwe have not been on p&o but msc is certainly better than thomsons.

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