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Old October 22nd, 2008, 09:56 PM
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I have read in a cruise book I bought that the libraieres are closed at 6pm daily and do not contain very many books. Is this true. I am a avid reader and can bring my own with me but I was trying to limit hou much I had to pack and unpack.

Has anyone else who has sailed on this ship used the libriary and found it wanting or is acceptable? I dont expect the same content as a city public librairy.

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The library selection on Royal Caribbean is pretty good. Their libraries close around 9pm
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Carnival libraries are notiriously small and only open for very short hours, Bring your own books or take a different curise line.

I could spend 2 months on Holland America just reading the Library books.
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I guess I will just take my own books. I did not realixe that they were that slim on choice. Thanks for all the help.
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If you have an ipod, check your local library to download free books..mine is full
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