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Boomer October 1st, 2000 09:11 PM

Thnaksgiving Dinner
 
Hi:

Ok...here is a question we have been kicking around. We are cruising on the Dawn Princess out of San Juan, leaving on Nov 18th. I know the Brits are a bit sensitive about the 4th of July. Do they provide any kind of "Turkey" dinner for the Thanksgiving Day celebration or do we celebrate with......Prime Rib?
Thanks..... :)
Bob

Boomer October 1st, 2000 09:13 PM

RE: Thnaksgiving Dinner
 
Hi...oops...sorry...went on the NY State Wine Trail today...my spelling could be better.

Thanksgiving Dinner

Bob

LEtue October 2nd, 2000 06:30 AM

RE: Thnaksgiving Dinner
 
A traditional Thanksgiving dinner was an option on the Grand Princess last year so it should be the same on the Dawn :)

Have a great trip!

Boomer October 2nd, 2000 12:58 PM

RE: Thnaksgiving Dinner
 
Hi: Thanks for the response Bob

Jaimie J October 2nd, 2000 01:58 PM

RE: Thnaksgiving Dinner
 
Had a wonderful Turkey Dinner on the Sun in 1996.

CruiseAholic October 3rd, 2000 06:53 PM

RE: Thnaksgiving Dinner
 
Have sailed over Thanksgiving for the past 4 years, had turkey on every one of them.

Boomer October 4th, 2000 11:58 AM

RE: Thnaksgiving Dinner
 
Hi.

Thanks to all...wife is happy now.....43 days to go

Carole Dunham October 4th, 2000 01:12 PM

RE: Thnaksgiving Dinner
 
I've never cruised on July 4th but I'll bet Princess does a special dinner then too. they know what side their bread is buttered on. Besides which, the best thing that ever happened to Great Britain was our independence.

Carole

Boomer October 5th, 2000 08:55 AM

RE: Thnaksgiving Dinner
 
Carole: LOL...had to laugh as my friends in the UK joke about "Independence" all the time. They try to forget about it at the 4th by haveing a "bank" holiday. Thnaks for making my day.

Bob


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