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    Hawaii/Tahiti Pacific Princess Sept. 2009

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  1. Thank you for your responses, I just knew there would be people who know.
  2. Does the Prinsendam have the heated ceramic thermal loungers in the spa area?
  3. My husband took a series of 3 Mixology on a trans-Atlantic crossing cruise during the sea days. At the end of the classes they wore their cap and gowns (bathrobes and shower caps) for a graduation ceremony complete with a diploma certificate. So much fun was had by all. Great way to have some fun on sea days.
  4. Those guarantee's, never know what you're going to get, it makes it interesting. We got an accessible room once and it was fun, a nice aft cabin with a deck outside E2707 on the Zaandam to Alaska. Access was easy to that deck, for pictures, the room had the huge shower (my husband is 6'6", so very nice for him), the doorway into the room was nice and wide (making it nicer to get access into that cabinet wall), yes the sofa was smaller. Since we had booked an inside guaranteed this was a nice upgrade for us.
  5. This sounds fun! We have 8 sea days in a row, hope our ship is offering this tour when we check in onboard, to add us to a possible list.
  6. We just scored, we booked a guaranteed inside, the only option for an inside at the time. Getting closer to sailing, price went up. I still kept looking. It's been sold out, but now after final payment by a few weeks, it is showing available. The price is showing the same for an outside without an obstruction as the inside and it's the same price we paid. So I called and asked if they could do anything, they gave me a nice outside cabin with a number not a guaranteed, we even got to pick it from several choices. Wow, I say "Thank You Holland America" that was nice! We did not pay anything extra at all.
  7. We have done this tour on Princess for the same price. It was fantastic and lasted for a long time, with champagne and chocolate strawberries, plus some lovey appetizers. Then we got back to our cabin there were gifts left for us to keep. The blue checked apron, note pads with our names on them, a framed picture with the Captain on the bridge, plus the new packaged fluffy beautiful robes all to keep. So the $150 for the tour went mostly for the lovely gifts. We visited the sick bay, behind the stage, photo processing, print shop, kitchen, plus the fridges and storage area, the morgue, crew quarters, laundry (my personal favorite, those machines that fold stuff are amazing), anchor room, control room and of course the bridge. Do they do this on Holland America?
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