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iuki June 30th, 2011 02:44 PM

Which beverages are complimentary?
 
My husband and I are not soda drinkers. Which beverages are free on the decks? How about the beverages in the dining room? Will there be a charge for milk or juice in the dining room or buffets?

We haven't cruised for quite some time and are planning to go on a cruise next year.

Thanks.

Donna June 30th, 2011 03:25 PM

You can get comp. milk, juice, tea, coffee in any of the dinning rooms and Windjammer for meals. For lunch they offer lemonaide and iced tea, which are really good. You can usually get the lemonaide and iced tea pretty much all afternoon, so if you are at the pool and want something to drink, it will be there, along with some snacks, cookies, etc...

Trip June 30th, 2011 03:26 PM

Welcome to Cruisemates:)

Tea coffee, oj, fruit juices,and ice tea, will be free in the buffet. Specialty teas coffee and hot choclolate are not. The orange juice tap is closed off after breakfast hours.

Snoozeman June 30th, 2011 03:31 PM

Yes welcome to Cruisemates......that's a nice list of comp beverages that has been listed. Also don't forget about the comp ice creme too!

johnthed0g June 30th, 2011 05:31 PM

Often a cause of confusion the words COMPLEMENTARY & COMPLIMENTARY, I saw somewhere that dinner is served with complementary wines that unfortunately were not complimentary....if you see what I mean.

Trip June 30th, 2011 05:52 PM

I do.....................!;)

Donna June 30th, 2011 08:14 PM

Yes, big difference, but I think we all know what the OP was asking and she got all good answers..

iuki June 30th, 2011 08:45 PM

Please note that I did, in fact, use "complimentary" which means free, as in:


Compliment

This has two meanings: one is that someone is expressing nice things about you, saying that you or something about you looks nice (a compliment/to compliment someone); the other (when used as ‘complimentary’) means that something is free of charge or done as an act of courtesy

So, what was the purpose of your statement? :-?

Trip June 30th, 2011 09:01 PM

I took John's comment as, a play on words.:confused:


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