Last NCL Cruise: Norwegian Star Cruise Review by Clicquot
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Other advice: Don't buy any diamonds or other gems in Alaska, you can always get a better deal at the local diamond center if you live in a major city. Don't even bother to get off the ship in Prince Rupert, nothing to see or do. Pack light and do the Easy Walk off disembarkation. Skip the specialty restaurants and eat at the Versailles. Don't forget the $12 per person/per day charge for the staff tips. Parking across the cruise terminal in Seattle is $140 for the week. Be sure to catch the "Oh What a Night" and the magic of Bob & Sarah Trunell shows. There's a basketball court and two golf cages. NCL needs to spend a few bucks and get a couple of new basketballs. The golf cages only had 1 right handed club each and a bunch of left hand clubs. Golf cages need some more golf balls. Best place to take pictures of the glacier (afternoon after Juneau) - Deck 7 next to swimming pool. Area is mostly covered. Shoot through one of 3 windows on each side. Less
Cabin review: IA10665 Mid-Ship Inside
Well laid out, small but plenty of storage space. Old CRT 14 inch TV. Twin beds kept sliding apart, need some kind of clamp if you want to convert twin beds to queen bed. 10665 is on the 10th floor, inside.Read All Mid-Ship Inside (IA) Reviews >>
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