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Old May 29th, 2013, 02:23 PM's Avatar is online now
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As travel agents, we're always going into cabins to check them out, especially if it's a ship we've never been on before. We usually do this when we first get on the ship before people have moved into their cabin or on the last day after they've moved out. If there's anyone around, I always ask if it's okay, but alot of times there is no one around to ask. So we'll just walk in, take a few quick pictures, and walk out without anyone saying anything to us.

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