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Old 02-24-2008, 02:34 PM
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Where can I find information re lectures and/or cooking demonstrations. The Princess website list a few lectures for specific cruises but not the one Im on. Does that mean there will not be any or have they listed examples?
Is the entire balcony of mini suites on Dolphin deck exposed to the deck above. Berlitz cruise guide quotes 2 cabins on d deck and 12 on c deck that dont have privacy, giving me the impression that others have at least some privacy. Hoping this is the case. Thanks for any feedback.
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Old 03-02-2008, 11:42 PM
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Luddite, I'm sorry, I completely missed your post until I saw you mention it in your question about debarkation time.

I think the mention of lectures and cooking demonstrations were just examples. I don't think you will find out the specifics until you board.

To be honest, I don't know what Berlitz is talking about; and I don't think they do either; or it's a misprint: there are only two cabins on Dolphin deck, the two Family Suites all the way forward, that have privacy; all the rest of the balconies are open to the three decks above. The balconies on Caribe deck are half covered, half esposed; you can have privacy by sitting back by the balcony door.

I have had Dolphin Deck cabins several times and privacy has never been an issue (of course we don't sunbathe in the nude); the passengers above have always been very respectful.

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Old 03-03-2008, 04:16 AM
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Well, I'll be in one of those exposed suites soon, and I may VERY WELL subathe in the nude ... and believe me, it will NOT BE PRETTY.

So apologies in advance, but keep your eyeballs to yourselves fellow passengers.

( he he heeeeeee)

What's this about cooking classes now? Is this on board? Is there a link you can share?
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Old 03-03-2008, 11:49 AM
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Detroit Mark, it's not so much "cooking classes" as it is a "demonstration"; it is usually one sea day on the cruise and takes place in the theater. You learn a few "tricks of the trade", but most importantly, it's an opportunity to buy an autographed copy of the Master Chef's cookbook.
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