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Old 08-26-2008, 05:00 PM
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Don't laugh. They have already laid the groundwork for that with "The Chef's Table". For $75 you get a tour of the kitchen with the Executive Chef, a "special" dinner AND an autograghed cookbook.
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That's not a bad price, considering the cookbook alone was $35 when my hubby bought it for me years ago. I'm going to try to do the dinner this December. I don't know if I can afford both the tour and the dinner, dang! That's $350/I could lose in the casino.
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That's not a bad price, considering the cookbook alone was $35 when my hubby bought it for me years ago. I'm going to try to do the dinner this December. I don't know if I can afford both the tour and the dinner, dang! That's $350/I could lose in the casino.


I wonder if they give a cookbook for each person attending??? What could you possibly do with a second book? sell it on ebay?
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Old 09-02-2008, 10:09 PM
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According to this, it is actually $150.00 pp.

http://www.princess.com/news/article...rticleId=na966
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Old 09-03-2008, 08:51 AM
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The funnel and the bridge are the 2 areas I would really like to see, but for $150/pp I don't know that we'll do that. I've been on many ship tours before they locked them down. Went into the engine room, laundry rooms, behind the stage, etc., but never into the funnel. It does sound intriguing.
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The funnel and the bridge are the 2 areas I would really like to see, but for $150/pp I don't know that we'll do that. I've been on many ship tours before they locked them down. Went into the engine room, laundry rooms, behind the stage, etc., but never into the funnel. It does sound intriguing.


We did a behind the scenes tour on the Caribbean Princess last year & it was free. I suppose now they realized that people will actually pay to see such things.
I'd have to think long & hard to part with $150 to tour places like the laundry.
 
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