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Old 02-24-2007, 08:25 AM
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Does anyone else find the sad humor in this string, I don't mean to laugh but woops what happen during booking???
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Old 02-24-2007, 08:33 AM
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Absolutely! At first I was going to look for some witty, cutting reply--I thought it was a put-on. But after careful re-reading I realized it was a serious inquiry. Wha' happen?--exactly!
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Carol, You are getting silly! I have to come out and say it, I am jealous! Four cruises this year and I know you are a cruise specialist but maybe you could hire me or make me a cruise critic or something?

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Sorry Ken I was trying to reply to your message and ended up editing it...see reply below.
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Old 02-24-2007, 04:48 PM
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Me too. That's why I didn't level a fusillade at her; I'll save it for the lawyer.
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Old 02-24-2007, 05:29 PM
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In the inside cabins, are there port holes or regular windows? How big are they? Will we have to push the beds together because I saw that there were two separate beds in an inside cabin. My husband and I are going together and we do not want to sleep in separate beds. Help!
A very few cabins have an upper and lower and you should be able to tell if your cabin is that or not from the carnival web site with your cabin number. If your booking is same last name the bed will probably already be together. My wife, son and I and a friend of my sons went on the Triumph and our bed was together and theirs was 2 singles. And if this is your first cruise you will be so excited an inside cabin will be great. But next time get a balcony.

When my wife and I took our first cruise in the 80's on Holland America in Hawaii we had an upper and lower. And yes, I was dissapointed but it really didn't matter, it is not what I remember most about the cruise. We were young and creative, still are after 35 years of marriage.
I loved the Glory by the way, A color theme for all the bars and rooms. It was nice
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Old 02-24-2007, 09:08 PM
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Me too. That's why I didn't level a fusillade at her; I'll save it for the lawyer.
I am still feeling like I did something wrong in telling him that I agreed with his ethics. I don't know very many lawyers, fewer still who have moral compass at all. But on that issue alone I would qualify my response. After all, he hasn't yet unleashed his entire arsenal.
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Old 02-24-2007, 09:22 PM
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The funny thing is I too agree with his stand on the ethics involved and his eye for hypocricy--I'd rather have him with me than against me in litigation; I just don't think I like him; not that that matters one way or the other.

(ppsssstttt! better be quiet--I can feel Dave listening)
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LOL! Dave is always listening.

I know this is off topic as well, but I have to comment on Carol's new it seems, sense of humor
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OK everyone..I have been hiding the sense of humor from you.....I will try to contain it in the future..lol.

To answer honestly all inside cabins have NO windows or port holes and no 2-way mirrors or windows to your neighbors cabins.

Now I will behave from now on...
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