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Old 06-13-2008, 08:42 AM
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Just wanted to pass this news along. Here is a link to the news article.

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I've never done a Bermuda cruise. That link also mentions bars being allowed to open. I always thought that only the casino and shops had to be closed, but the bars could operate. Which is correct?
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The bars were open on board when I went, but it's been years ago. The casino and shops were not. It may have changed since I was there.
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Bars were open on our Bermuda cruises, the most recent of which was in 2006. I still have the receipts.

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Old 06-14-2008, 05:27 AM
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I've never done a Bermuda cruise. That link also mentions bars being allowed to open. I always thought that only the casino and shops had to be closed, but the bars could operate. Which is correct?
I've never been on a Bermuda cruise either. I thought the article was news worthy to post concerning the casinos. The way it was worded didn't exactly say the bars were closed before, yet it could have been construed to mean that. I see your point. In any case, this is good news for those considering a Bermuda cruise and enjoy the casino.

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Old 06-14-2008, 06:58 AM
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I've never done a Bermuda cruise. That link also mentions bars being allowed to open. I always thought that only the casino and shops had to be closed, but the bars could operate. Which is correct?
Well there you go...there's your next RCI cruise out of Bayonne, Baltimore, or Norfolk. I loved Bermuda, did it on the Zenith in August 2005.
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there's your next RCI cruise out of Bayonne, Baltimore, or Norfolk
Yeah, I've been looking at them. Either that or N.E./Canada.
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