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Old September 26th, 2013, 11:16 AM
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True Paul, but a problem for anyone who needs to take a plane. Can't bring liquids on board.

I see people buying up 2-for and 3-for specials from the ships duty-free; but sadly I have to get my duty-free the can-us border ... not quite the same deals

lol at Trip and Bruce. I've often wondered where Bruce worked.

I'm a fan of the HAL facebook page, but I didn't see any announcements about the liquor policy in my newsfeed.

I had a look at the Royal wine list and was presently surprised. we'll pick up two bottles before our Oasis cruise (cause yes Bruce- we're frugal). Some of the bottles they are selling in the 30 range are probably 5 to 6 dollar bottles in the US but are 20dollar-ish bottles in Canada. Yes, I'm still being ripped of but not as much as my own Ontario liquor stores are ripping me off.

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