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Old November 1st, 2009, 08:41 PM
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Most of the larger cruise ships have "buffets" -- usually mostly for breakfast and lunch. If you don't want the "Dining Room" experience-
then you will either need to dine in the specialty restaurants (usually an
extra $$) or look into the other dining venues on the ships. You will NOT
go hungary -- you just have to decide what suits you best.
Costa Atlantica, Jan. 2002 Caribbean
Dawn Princess, Jan. 2003 Caribbean,
Celebrity Summit - Jan. 2007 Panama Canal - Full Transit

Mariner of the Seas - Jan. 2009 Around the Horn B2B - 30 days

Future Floats: Jan. 2011 - Rotterdam - Hawaii/Tahiti - 30 days

The breaths you take are nothing compared to the moments that take your breath away !!
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