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Old September 25th, 2007, 11:31 AM
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I've read about a secret door on the ship. just what does this mean?
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Oh please share with me too! I was so confused when I read that....is there a treasure behind the door? Carla
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I responded in another post but here is the lowdown on the "secret" doors. There are no secret doors, period. There are exit doors located forward on the Lido and Empress deck (that I know of) that lead out to a small observation deck where passengers like to take photos when entering or leaving a port. There are no chairs on this deck and it is dark at night. There are staterooms located facing out on this deck. We were in one of these staterooms on our last cruise and people were constantly banging on our windows and trying to peek in.
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Old September 25th, 2007, 01:29 PM
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I responded in another post but here is the lowdown on the "secret" doors. There are no secret doors, period. There are exit doors located forward on the Lido and Empress deck (that I know of) that lead out to a small observation deck where passengers like to take photos when entering or leaving a port. There are no chairs on this deck and it is dark at night. There are staterooms located facing out on this deck. We were in one of these staterooms on our last cruise and people were constantly banging on our windows and trying to peek in.
Thats amazing. Do they mark these doors at all? Do you just start poking around till you stumble on one?
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Go on the Lido deck where there are very few staterooms and walk as far forward as you can...there are doors clearly marked "Exit" on both the port and starboard side which leads out to the observation deck.
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