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Old February 27th, 2008, 03:30 PM
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When I go to a resaurant on land I tip 15% if service were marginal and typically tip 20% which is the norm in these parts.

Last night for instance....dinner at a local bbq place was $46.39 and I tipped $10 dollars because service was great. It would have been a larger tip if it were a fancy steak house or whatever.

I'll tell you they didn't work near as hard as any waiter I've had in a cruise ship dining room!

Not to mention they work breakfast and lunch as well.

I for one don't mind the auto tip. Just knowing I have the option to cancel through the Purser's desk if service is rotten is comforting. It would have to be pretty bad for me to cancel it.

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