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Old 01-15-2007, 10:14 AM
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Leigh Leigh is offline
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Yes Mark I do agree with the trowing extra cash to the wait staff, they work so hard, I will tip them on top of their 15% many times, where else can you go and have your drinks delivered to you pool side and in a matter of minutes. Just love being pampered and have no problems in paying for it. Although it is nice to have a bottle in your room for personal uses, don't think it would be a deal breaker, pretty rude I would say about the tequila bottle on deck though.
Schmed I will let my girlfriend know about the shampoo bottles as she refuses to leave her baileys behind. I think for alot of people it is just the challenge of it all getting it through, guaranteed most people probably end up leaving it behind...who wants to keep going up to your room for a drink when the bar is so close. I did find out though you can brink wine on board as long as they don't carry that particular type and they will take it upon boarding and have it delivered to your table at dinner with a $12 corking fee.

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