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Last week we were on the Miracle. On Thursday in San Juan we saw several of our fellow passangers walking into to Pizza Hut. Was there not enough food on the ship? Could they be so hungry that they could not wait to get back on board? It was a very funny moment.
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Not that there isn't plenty of food on the ship there is PLENTY of indigenous food to be enjoyed in almost every port.

I can't understand people who go on an Asian, European or tropical cruise and can't wait to hit McDonalds, Pizza Hut or KFC as soon as they are off the ship.

I've asked a few people why and the most common response is that they are afraid of food poisoning. OK: Like you won't get food poisoning from some burger or piece of chicken that's been sitting under a low intensity heat lamp for an hour or so.

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I had a fight (not major) with my sister, hubby, and nephew in Italy. They all wanted to have Mcdonald's for lunch instead of Italy food. We were in Italy for probably one of the few times in our lives and they wanted to eat at Mcdonalds. Family drives you crazy sometimes. They got their Mcdonalds and I got something later on. There was no way I was eating McDonalds in Rome.
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I agree. I had a friend who went to Jamaica and complained that he couldn't get a decent burger. I asked why he didn't go for the patties instead and he looked at me like I was nuts.
What's the point of going somewhere and then only eating American fast food? I don't get it...at all.
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I love Jamaica patties!

I try to avoid junk food even when in the USA. That stuff will kill you.

Now in San Juan, Ruth's Chris might tempt me, however.
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Give me an all American Krabbie Pattie and I am all set. Seriously, if people want to eat American while in port let them. If they want to spend money eating in port while there is truly a boatload of free food on board let them. I dont have the energy to care about what other people do. I take care of myself and I have a good time whatever I do!!
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I had a fight (not major) with my sister, hubby, and nephew in Italy. They all wanted to have Mcdonald's for lunch instead of Italy food. We were in Italy for probably one of the few times in our lives and they wanted to eat at Mcdonalds. Family drives you crazy sometimes. They got their Mcdonalds and I got something later on. There was no way I was eating McDonalds in Rome.
Yeah, I know when in Rome one is suppose to want Italian food. Find a PIZZA HUT in Rome !
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Hmmm, I never found much edible at McD's at home. When I travel I do try to sample the local menus. So much nicer than fast food. I never worry about food poisoning. The locals eat it and are alive! After you can getl food poisoning is in the US too.

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You have got to be kidding, Pizza Hut?? I don't get it, pizza on the ship is better than that.
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The only time I ever "hankered" for McDonalds while out of the country, was when I've been out of the country for a long, long time, and just want something that taste like home. Other than that, I prefer to give the local food a shot.

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I think that the fast food places some in handy in two circumstances:

1. For those travellig with young children who are not likely to eat regional foods in another country. So I would imagine that they go to the fast food place first to feed the kids then to a 'real" restaurant for the adults.

2. If someone's going on an excursion and it's way past breakfast but they left before lunch, then they would be hungry so you want to keep your out-of-pocket expenses low, therefore fast food. I would only want a salad at McD's unless there was a meal included in the excursion (i.e. beach resort).

3. Some people just can't really escape to another country and want to feel "like home" hence the appeal of McD's and Pizza Hut, etc.


4. The ports want to appoeal to Americans so they provide a taste of home. It's no secret how Americans are hooked on fast food!
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I walked into a McDonalds in Barcelona (I think everyone knows the one on Las Ramblas because you can use the restroom there).

The prices were UNBELIEVABLE!!!!

A McMenu 1 - big mac, fies & coke = E6.20 = almost 10 dollars
Same for a chicken sadnwich, fries & coke - 6.20 Euro.

KFC was even worse:

A "Supreme Burger" (chicken sandwich alone) 7 Euros ($10!!!!)

2 pieces of chicken 7 Euros

A "family pack" of chicken was 24 Euros = about $37. I think they are about $12 here in the U.S.
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I walked into a McDonalds in Barcelona (I think everyone knows the one on Las Ramblas because you can use the restroom there).
I was going to say in response to the OP...perhaps they only entered the PH to use the restroom and not to eat. Presumption.

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"I'm an American, in an American house, and I want American food. Now bring some damn French Fries" Breaking Away, 1979.
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Well, I must say that I was on the Miracle recently and I found the food to be very good and not just the stuff in the supper club, and certainly plentiful and I'm a self-confessed food snob (not in terms of price or presentation so much as in flavour).

I agree that what people do is definitely up to them. However, some people would enjoy some of the local food only if they were prepared to try it.

On holiday, even if the food is included in the price, I often like to have a taste of something local in a local establishment and ideally not in a clear tourist trap but somewhere a little more on the back streets (normally cheaper and more authentic in my experience). I just love Mediterranean food for instance, especially stuff like squid and shell fish if nicely prepared.

I agree that children for instance, but not just children, often only like familiar and relatively plain flavours though.

Now, Paul, you mentioned Barcelona's 'Las Ramblas.' My husband and I made the mistake the first night we were ever there to eat in the bars on the main street, albeit the local tapas. They were very overpriced! (and we're not the penny pinching sort) but it seems a bit ridiculous. Also we come from England where food is generally a lot more expensive than in the US, especially in London and we still found Las Ramblas well over the top. Now, for anyone travelling there, if you wonder into the side streets from the main avenue, nowhere too far or ridiculously grotty, you can find the same garlic king prawns for instance for a third of the price.

Food poisoning, well... I personally would trust the ship food more than places in the port as a general rule but I could be wrong.
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You can walk one or two blocks off Las Ramblas and have some wonderful food at very reasonable prices. Tapas, full meals or just a bar and a snack. If you go into the Gothic district there are wonderful bakeries that will make your mouth water just looking at the displays and make your taste buds dance and your waistline bulge if you indulge.

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If you are not surprised they eat that crap here, why are you surprised they eat it there?
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"Refund Refund REFUND REFUND." Breaking Away, 1979
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Well speaking for myself... I really enjoy trying new foods on the ship. I'm not really into alot of different foods but if it's free I will try it once.
For example: the first time I ever tried lobster was on my first cruise 2 yrs ago...
Blucko did not like it...
but I realized later that the ship really didn't serve the basic american food that I love, like mashed potatoes and gravy for example...
So I can understand if someone saw their favorite pizza place they might get in line, ( although pizza hut isn't even on my top ten list of favorites )

Or it could be as someone else suggested... they are on an excursion and just trying to grab a bite before they have no options...
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Were you in Breaking away? What part? I really like that movie. The refund part cracks me up.
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"Refund Refund REFUND REFUND." Breaking Away, 1979
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Breaking Away was my cinematic debut - and swan song
Were you in Breaking away? What part? I really like that movie. The refund part cracks me up.
I was an extra so am a "background player" though many of my fraternity brothers rode in the movie, including Dennis Christopher's stunt double. The "Italians" were mostly alumni from our house. We had a total of 12 guys on bikes during the Little 5 portion.
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"Refund Refund REFUND REFUND." Breaking Away, 1979
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Breaking Away was my cinematic debut - and swan song
Were you in Breaking away? What part? I really like that movie. The refund part cracks me up.
I was an extra so am a "background player" though many of my fraternity brothers rode in the movie, including Dennis Christopher's stunt double. The "Italians" were mostly alumni from our house. We had a total of 12 guys on bikes during the Little 5 portion.
That is so cool. I was a background person in the movie "Angels in the Outfield" (the remake). They filmed at Oakland Coliseum it was kind of fun.
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Breaking Away was my cinematic debut - and swan song
Were you in Breaking away? What part? I really like that movie. The refund part cracks me up.
I was an extra so am a "background player" though many of my fraternity brothers rode in the movie, including Dennis Christopher's stunt double. The "Italians" were mostly alumni from our house. We had a total of 12 guys on bikes during the Little 5 portion.
That is so cool. I was a background person in the movie "Angels in the Outfield" (the remake). They filmed at Oakland Coliseum it was kind of fun.
Kat,
My sis and I were in that movie too.... in the bleachers at the Oakland Coliseum... it's a small world isn't it.
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You can walk one or two blocks off Las Ramblas and have some wonderful food at very reasonable prices. Tapas, full meals or just a bar and a snack. If you go into the Gothic district there are wonderful bakeries that will make your mouth water just looking at the displays and make your taste buds dance and your waistline bulge if you indulge.

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"Refund Refund REFUND REFUND." Breaking Away, 1979
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Breaking Away was my cinematic debut - and swan song
Were you in Breaking away? What part? I really like that movie. The refund part cracks me up.
I was an extra so am a "background player" though many of my fraternity brothers rode in the movie, including Dennis Christopher's stunt double. The "Italians" were mostly alumni from our house. We had a total of 12 guys on bikes during the Little 5 portion.
That is so cool. I was a background person in the movie "Angels in the Outfield" (the remake). They filmed at Oakland Coliseum it was kind of fun.
Kat,
My sis and I were in that movie too.... in the bleachers at the Oakland Coliseum... it's a small world isn't it.
That's funny I was behind the diamond thingy. I don't watch baseball so I'm not sure what they call it. The direction moved my section to another pat of the staduim to make it look full. We sang "Take me out to the ball game" about 20 times. I had a blast.
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I walked into a McDonalds in Barcelona (I think everyone knows the one on Las Ramblas because you can use the restroom there).

The prices were UNBELIEVABLE!!!!

A McMenu 1 - big mac, fies & coke = E6.20 = almost 10 dollars
Same for a chicken sadnwich, fries & coke - 6.20 Euro.

KFC was even worse:

A "Supreme Burger" (chicken sandwich alone) 7 Euros ($10!!!!)

2 pieces of chicken 7 Euros

A "family pack" of chicken was 24 Euros = about $37. I think they are about $12 here in the U.S.
I've been there, also. All the food in Europe is expensive!!!
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