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Old December 31st, 2004, 09:29 AM
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Default Re: tip, or not to tip?

What would we do though if you are 2 hours out to sea and the porter removes your bags? will you remember there name? than what?
Why not insist they have a baggage check in like the airlines do and do away with onboard tipping and add it onto the cruise price and pay the help a living wage.
We went to our favorite restaurant when we came home and the service was terrible, we did not leave a tip and we discovered the waitress re-ran our cc adding 20% onto our total, our cc company gave it back to us and the restaurant owner was so mad she did this she was terminated and sent us a gift card for $50
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