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  1. I didn't take super formal dresses on my cruise earlier this month (a lace fit and flare and floral fit and flare) but this wrap really dressed it up. I just didn't want to pack a heavy dress.
  2. On the Royal Princess, the $220 was for two people in the cabana in Alaska at Glacier Bay. We were told it was $220 per day, regardless of day. The loungers were $60 for the day in Glacier Bay.
  3. You definitely eat on the bus. No food can be taken off at the stops.
  4. Water came with the lunch but the guide also had water on the bus to take as needed.
  5. You are given a snack box on the tour. This is what’s in it.
  6. Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge this is what you can order to take on Denali tour.
  7. The excursion list was available at least a few months ahead of time. I don’t remember when. There are two paths to the treehouse. One is steeper with steps and one is from the road. There is a shuttle at the lodge that runs every 15 minutes. We took the shuttle to the stop and its a 100 yards or so to the gravel path. Then it’s maybe a few hundred yards on a pretty level gravel path. You can take each path both ways or go one way on each. However I think many excursions are available just before. My friend I’m traveling with ended up with a job interview tomorrow via Skype. We changed out 9am Tundra tour to 3pm yesterday.
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