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Default CM to the Mex Riv, who is considering??

Hello to all our CM friends,

Who has interest or considering; “Where is my Diamond” – Princess.
April 9, 2005, to the Mexican Riviera.

http://www.cruisemates.com/articles/...iamond2005.cfm

If you have not sailed with your fellow CruiseMates you are in for a treat.
Good pricing and a CM party.

Four PC dining areas to choose, traditional dining and of course specialty restaurant.

Here is a link to Diamond Princess photos.. Thanks Harry.
http://www.cruise-forums.com/gallery/view.php?id=1770

A good article from CM on the Mex Riv ports we will visit.
http://www.cruisemates.com/articles/...canRiviera.cfm

Come one come all. If I can assist drop me an e-mail steve@cruisemates.com
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I can attest this is a *beautiful* ship ... with 4 restaurants to pick from for Anytime Dining -- plus the buffet and pay-Sabbitini's -- you can eat to your heart's content.

The 4 restaurants each feature a different style of food -- Asian, Southwestern, Steakhouse and Italian. *Plus* you are also presented with the traditional dining room's menu for that night and may order anything from it, too. (For example, I had a lobster shipped over when I was at the Asian restaurant.

The 4 restaurants are smaller and have the feel of a more land-based restaurant due to their more intimate size.

Star Princess had been my favorite, but the Diamond sparkled even more so.

Just wanted to add in my kudos for the ship ... and Steve is right, CM cruises are so much fun. It's nice having built-in friends on board.

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