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3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: August 2017
Just back from the Legend. Enjoyed many things about the Legend. Yes the ship is older but there is still much charm to be found. First our Cabin steward Iwayan was awesome. Everyday a towel animal and he remembered our names saying hi ... Read More
Just back from the Legend. Enjoyed many things about the Legend. Yes the ship is older but there is still much charm to be found. First our Cabin steward Iwayan was awesome. Everyday a towel animal and he remembered our names saying hi to us by name every morning. We left an item behind and I have great confidence that Iwayan will make sure it gets to lost and found. Second, we enjoyed Lee the cruise Director and much of the fun squad. They tried to keep everything light and entertaining. Loved playing Trivia, Bingo and scavenger hunts. We were in cabin 8151 - small but adequate. We did like the extended balcony on Tracy Fjord day. Food was for the most part decent but average. They could use some more dining venues for sure. Drinks were very good and the bartenders friendly. Made everything in a virigin form for my kids no issues. The only complaint here is that with the bottomless bubbles you have to go to the bar to get soda. I like the Royal Carribean model a little better with vending machines and special cups. It makes for long waiting having to use the alcohol bars for sodas. Casino was decent but smokey. Came home with a little cash. Excursions- I did not use Carnival for my excursions choosing instead to book privately. Can share those on excursion boards. The ship is heading for dry dock in 2018 and I am hoping they will make some much needed updates to eating and social venues. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: August 2017
We won our cruise from a casino. We had the choice to go anywhere Carnival sailed. Always wanted to see Alaska. Our favorite spot was Skagway. The town is so quaint. We did the White Pass train ride. In town we saw the brothel and ... Read More
We won our cruise from a casino. We had the choice to go anywhere Carnival sailed. Always wanted to see Alaska. Our favorite spot was Skagway. The town is so quaint. We did the White Pass train ride. In town we saw the brothel and had a beer at The Red Onion Saloon. Loved Juneau as well. Did the Mendenhall Glacier tour, lots of trails to walk. Took a ride on the Mount Roberts Tramway, fast and fun. In Ketchikan we saw a lumberjack show. Walked down to Creek St, very quaint area. Victoria, B.C. was not a great spot only a few hours from 7:30 pm to 11:00 pm. The Carnival Legend is an older ship. Pools were not heated but on this trip many people were using the pool. I had a massage in the spa and it was so relaxing. Our stateroom was very clean. No complaints about Javier and his staff. The main dining room food was quite good. The Lido buffet was what you expect from a buffet. We listened to many different singers in the lounges and saw a show. Entertaining, but not overwhelming. When you gamble in the casino they treat you very well, chocolate covered strawberries, chocolate chip cookies and specialty dinners were some offers people received. Overall a fabulous trip. The weather was perfect, warm, sunny and no rain! Recommend to all. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: July 2017
This cruise was chosen by our children to follow a family reunion in Oregon. We were delighted to join them. Our group of 14 had a wonderful time being together. Especially enjoyed having all 14 of us together at dinner each night to ... Read More
This cruise was chosen by our children to follow a family reunion in Oregon. We were delighted to join them. Our group of 14 had a wonderful time being together. Especially enjoyed having all 14 of us together at dinner each night to talk about our experiences of the day. The wait staff did a great job serving us even though we ordered multiple appetizers and sat at different places at the table each night. Some of our group can brag that they snorkled in Alaska! Some can brag that they went down the green (scary) waterslide on the ship! So many things to do and see. Wildlife lectures by a naturalist on board were followed by seeing dolphins, orca, and humpback whales! Tracy Arms Fjords are beautiful. The Glaciers are beautiful and impressive. This was our fourth time in Alaska and we have enjoyed it every time! Nice ship, clean and well designed. Many children on the ship but it was not a problem. Known as a party ship, but I did not see anything that was a problem for me. Nice variety of foods, but not quite as flavorful as some other ships we have been on. Decor a little too dark and over done for my taste. I would not hesitate to do this same trip again. Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2017
We had wanted to do this trip for a long time. A friend of a friend put this trip together, otherwise we would have probably gone on a fly/cruise trip all of the way to Anchorage. As it was, this was an amazing time. We had the cash, so ... Read More
We had wanted to do this trip for a long time. A friend of a friend put this trip together, otherwise we would have probably gone on a fly/cruise trip all of the way to Anchorage. As it was, this was an amazing time. We had the cash, so we selected a balcony suite, Room 8172. Some friends of ours were in the suite next door, which was on the fantail. We were able to open the door between our two balconies, so we had probably 35' to 40' of balcony to enjoy. We spent a lot of time on the balcony, it was a private way to enjoy the stunning beauty of the inland passage and Tracy Arm Fjord while cruising. Another perk of a suite is the ability for priority boarding and disembarking. Both were painless and quick. First impressions: The ship is looking a little tired. I noticed some repairs that were made with tape (decorative trim/molding) and the cabin furniture was a little worn in places. Some of the recent painting maintenance was sloppy and the decor seemed a little dated. I heard while on the ship, that she will be going into drydock in April of 2018. Hopefully Carnival will use this opportunity to update the furnishing and decor throughout - it is time. Stateroom: As stated above, we opted for a balcony suite. We were very happy with the size, amenities, location and bed. I slept better on board than I do at home. The head was roomy and other than a quirky shower drain vent, worked very well. There was a ton of storage, we used about half of what was available. As there was only two of us in a room that could have slept 4 or 5, we had lots of room. A separated room for dressing/make-up was appreciated - it made those early morning showers before the A.M. excursions much easier. Our suite was located at the very stern of the ship, 8th deck. This was extremely convenient, as food and drink were just down the hall, up a flight of stairs and a few more steps. much faster than room service. This location was very quiet, we only heard the scraping of deck chairs above us a few times during the trip. If you have the extra cash a suite is awesome. About rooms: We stuck our head in a room down on #1 deck, inside. Probably one of the most affordable rooms on the ship, I would have no issue staying in that room. Though considerably smaller than many rooms and no window to the outside, it still had considerable storage, appeared well equipped and was roomy enough. That is the beauty of this cruise, fun will be had, regardless of budget. Food: It was good, but not great. Our evening dining was in the Truffles dining room, early seating. We had a table at the very back, with a window looking aft. I know it is hard to prepare hundreds of meals and serve them in a timely manner, but it seems they fell a little short. Still it was usually pretty good. After a few days, I would stick with the pasta dishes, they were good and temperature was not as critical. Fine dining: We were treated to a meal up in the Nouveau Supper Club one evening. THAT was a great meal. Steak and sides appeared to be prepared fresh, were hot and presented very well. The cost to dine here is $35 extra per person, well worth it once or twice during the cruise. Be sure to make reservations. Casual dining/eat when you want: This occurs mainly on the 9th (lido) deck. Handmade pizza is available 24 hrs a day, sandwiches, a grill, asian, mexican and other food is offered most of the time at various times. Breakfast is available from 0530 until 1100 This food was usually good (but not great). The pizza and sandwiches could be relied upon to be very good and was always a standby option. The people in the coffee bar did a great job keeping us caffinated. Kudos to them. Dessert: The weakest link in the food chain. Almost always bland with marginal texture. Better desserts can be bought at Costco. The three exceptions to this are the store bought cookies, the Warm Melting Chocolate Cake in The Truffles Dining Room and the dessert we had in the Nouveau supper club. The rest of it was just bad. Service: With the exception of the snooty Russian seating hostess in the Truffles dining room, the service throughout the ship was excellent. Entertainment: As we are not club people and typically don't do shows, we spent several evening in the Punchliner comedy club. Arrive early to grab a table and enjoy the show. We enjoyed it quite a bit, the acts were professional and funny. We also watched a magic show performed by one of the crewmembers. He was very good and was funny as well. Excursions: We selected three excursions during our cruise. All were GREAT! We did the Ultimate Yukon and White Pass Railroad Adventure out of Skagway, the Whale Watching and Mendenhall Glacier Photo Safari out of Juneau and the Bear Country Wildlife Expedition out of Ketchikan. We thoroughly enjoyed each one, it was money well spent. All in all a great trip. Being with friends may it even more enjoyable, all of us are looking forward to taking another cruise. If you are thinking of pulling the trigger on this cruise, just do it. You won't regret it. Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2017
As a very minor shareholder in Carnival, I find it difficult to be 100% objective. I want all the ships and elements which make a cruise to be successful. No one can excel 100% of the time. There are items in this review that need ... Read More
As a very minor shareholder in Carnival, I find it difficult to be 100% objective. I want all the ships and elements which make a cruise to be successful. No one can excel 100% of the time. There are items in this review that need improving. The improvements are achievable. My family had a good vacation. We will sail again with Carnival in the future. What follows is a brief examination of our recent cruise...warts and tiaras. One of my bucket list items was to get to Alaska. This Carnival cruise has been booked for 1 months. My wife and I are nearing 70 and this was a gift to each other. Last holiday season my wife invited our two adult daughters to come along (at our expense) so it became a 'family' thing. Our 35 year old has cruised several times while our 37 year old was a cruise newby. Our first time for this cabin category. We decided to stretch our normal cruise budget for our bucket list cruise to Alaska. Overall it was a great experience. With this suite category we gained some sweet benefits (priority boarding, etc.) which made us feel elite. My 35 year old requires a wheel chair for extended walking and as with her prior cruises Carnival was accommodative. Having spent a few days in Seattle prior to the cruise, we reported for boarding early and were the first ones on board. There was a bit of a contest as one gentleman who was determined to be first raced up the gangway. When we got to security the wheel chair took priority, he was winded and a bit disappointed. Our first item was to book the 'Behind the Fun'' tour for my younger daughter. As you might imagine, with getting on early, he Excursion Desk was not opened yet. On making an enquiry for one of the ubiquitous "Ask Me" red shirted crew we were soon making our reservations. More on the tour later. The Lido deck lunch was typical for a Carnival ship, a buffet with multiple options, we all ate a modest amount as we had steak house reservations the first evening. At 1:30 we were in our cabins and our luggage arrived by 2pm. One thing new/different from our other Carnival cruises was the security photo which was taken when checking in at boarding. The security folks had a tablet pc which would display your photo when your Sail and Sign card was scanned. When we had the lifeboat drill, the crew also scanned the cards to be sure that everyone attended the drill. The entire process must have been networked because at the conclusion of the drill a few names were called out over the PA system. So, if you don't want everyone on board to hear your name...attend the drill. Our first evening dinner at the Nouveau steakhouse was a bit of a concern as our oldest daughter is a vegetarian (who does not like all vegetables). She was able to find ample alternatives. The staff was very accommodative. We were the only dinners at 6pm. Nanthana, Regina, Khrystana and chef Bujoy all provided attentive unobtrusive service throughout the meal. Carnival gave us a mini slider appetizer which was a great appetite started. I had the crab cake and filet (medium rare) which were excellent. My wife loved the lobster bisque and surf and turf. We enjoyed a bottle of Santa Carolina Merlot (complementary on the first night). Dessert was apple pie and a praline with maple walnut sherbert. As we were celebrating an occasion, a glass of bubbly was enjoyed. The cruise day brunch in the dining room had me enjoying a frosted flake encrusted French toast. Wow, if you ever need a sugar fix, I recommend this as a sure way to elevate your energy level. Wahyu was our waiter and was excellent. We spent the day with our binoculars on the balcony watching for wildlife. Everyone was excited with each revelation of nature. Our evening dinners were the four of us. Our serving team of Roswath, Kadex and Ronel were busy each night and gave us a high level of attention. It is bit obvious, if you have cruised with other lines and earlier times with Carnival, that staffing has been reduced. The stewards and serving staff have more rooms and tables to provide service. As a result, crunch times are extremely taxing on the staff. With this as way of understanding there were times through the dinner where it was necessary to request additional beverages or sweeteners. on the first night. Subsequent evenings the staff anticipated our requests in a most excellent manner. I don't wish to go through each nights gastronomic offerings in detail. A few items I enjoyed were: the chilled soups (almond in particular), the sea bass, the pork chop with apples and caramelized onions, prime rib, bread pudding, chocolate melting cake, carrot cake with pecan ice cream and the pumpkin pastry. I am unsure the reason, but we all commented on the coffee we had after dinner as superior to the morning coffee on the Lido deck. We partook of several wine offerings. The Santa Carolina Merlot was very passable, the Kathy Lee Gifford chardonnay was not. Several morning we used room service for a continental breakfast. It arrived in a timely fashion and was what one expects. Our girls took a golf cart type tour in Skagway (sorry unsure of the exact name) and were a bit disappointed. From the dock they were bused out to the trail head and were supposed to have breakfast cooked out side. There comment was 'the pancakes were cold". It involved more walking than expected. In Juneau the girls did a whale watch and Mt Roberts tour which also failed to live up to the expectations. No dramatic breach by a leviathan was seen. They stayed with the enclosed portion of the boat and the view was a bit blurry because of the rain. We did the Mendenhall Glacier and Salmon Bake tour in Juneau and had a good experience. My wife's mobility is somewhat limited so we did not hike the longer trail to view the glacier but enjoyed the views and rangers at the center. The Salmon Bake was well done and next to an old gold mining camp which we got to explore. A stream with salmon running was also nearby and quite exciting to see 'up close'. 'Behind the Fun' tour was great. You do walk the ship with a lot of step climbing. Carnival discloses all of this well before hand. Candeece from the HR department was our guide. As a former thespian, her presentation skills were excellent. We started in the theatre and listened to a technical person and one of the performers. They explained the details of putting on the production shows and answered our questions concerning pyrotechnics and music tracks. Another area covered were the engineering spaces. Lorenzo, the Italian 2nd Engineer, explained how the ships propulsion and energy systems functioned to the delight of some engineers on the tour. Diesel generators covert the energy in the diesel fuel to electricity which is the actual energy force that powers the mighty propellers. Seeing the crew spaces ( consisting of the mess, training rooms and visuals of the sleeping quarters) along with the expository on the day in the life of a crewperson were enlightening. You gain an appreciation for what it takes to work on a cruise ship. We also visited the laundry where Gede showed us around. Two of the high spots for me personally were the galley and the bridge. In the galley Mark, who is the only carver on staff, showed us some simple techniques to use in decorating your food. One of the ship's photographers (a young lady) and Candeece were visiting with each other while Mark was presenting. It was a bit disconcerting watching the two women run their hands through their hair and toss their heads around in a food prep area. The ship's bridge is necessarily a tightly controlled area. The Captain was personable and accommodating to our questions. Several folks had their pictures made at the joystick position that steers the ship. In one small area someone had several plants growing where they could receive sunlight it brought to mind the play/movie "Mr. Roberts". One other interesting place was the Provision area and waste removal area (not the same areas). The Provision galley was down to their last case of Bud Light on the last sail day. I guess some beer drinkers were thirsty the last night. International regulations are strict concerning what can be ejected into the sea. As a result, the waste matter is divided into groups by type. Some is still placed into the sea. Other items are removed dock side. Carnival must be upgrading the TVs in the cabins from CRT's to flat screens as we observed several pallets of CRT TVs awaiting removal. The entertainment was a mixture. The main theatre shows were on a level you'd expect of a cruise ship. A lot of current productions have laser light show, smoke, pyrotechnics and multiple costumes. One of the hardest facets of being an entertainer is to keep your act 'fresh'. The bar 4 piece band (4 Part Groove) in the Red Frog struggled in this area. The girl singer/key board player should have played more keyboard and sung less. She struggled to find the pitch during several tunes and was not self aware enough to slide it up/down pitch wise when having difficulty We listened a bit on two different nights and it was the same story both nights. Her sidemen showed very little energy and projected boredom. We left for other venues. A pleasant contrast was Travis the solo guitarist. He showed excitement in his presentation. Watching Travis go through a sound check process prior to starting in the Atlantis was enjoyable. Overall our favorite was "The Musical Nomads" in the Colossus lobby. These two middle aged adults (a male acoustic guitar and a female bass guitar) sang and interacted with the crowd. Their repertoire did not include any James Brown or Buddy Guy, but they performed a lot of 60's-80's from multiple genres. One that seemed to be a hit with kids was not my favorite, but I sang along anyway to "Puff the Magic Dragon". The toughest venue was Medussa's Lair during the restaurant serving hours. People going past on their way somewhere else. The two folks performing were always trying to engage the passers by. When we stopped for a bit, we were rewarded with pleasant entertainment. As always, the post cruise decompression time is several days for our family. We enjoyed our cruise and have several ideas for additional excursions in the future. Hopefully we will return to Alaska for new adventures. Read Less
13 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2017
Embarkation was fine, we paid for "faster to the fun". We have sailed Carnival 3 times before, and on this class of ship - but in order to get on more quickly and a smoother process, you now have to pay a fee. Ship is OK in ... Read More
Embarkation was fine, we paid for "faster to the fun". We have sailed Carnival 3 times before, and on this class of ship - but in order to get on more quickly and a smoother process, you now have to pay a fee. Ship is OK in appearance, no more garish or flashy than any other Carnival ship in this class/age range, but it definitely needs dry docking for some maintenance to its appearance and for other issues, which I will discuss later. Cabin was spacious and well equipped, but bathroom was not clean. I did call the room steward and ask her for clean and a rag, and she apologized and said she was not allowed to give me one. Please note, our cabin steward was lovely, and I do not hold this against her. I saw she was assigned to too many cabins, and probably had time only to do her best with a full linen refresh and a cursor surface cleaning. I us hot water, washcloths and purell and cleaned the reaming filmy dirt off the sink and shelves before use. Cabin was enough space and beds were comfortable for the four of us with 2 pull down beds for my daughters. Dining Room was great in that the serviers Nichol and I-Putu at table 187 in Truffles early seating were amazing. They went above and beyond to ensure that my gluten free daughter did not get sick on the trip and brought her menus each night to order ahead. We did not do as well in the Lido at first, it took a few days before they understood and got us a chef to talk to, and even then were sometimes confused. Also, Lido food was very repetitive and chinese food was very greasy and spicy. Stuck to the continental proteins, salad bar and veggies, fresh fruit. As for entertainment, the staff and cruise director did a LOT of work to give cruisers activities, trivia, clue glane, etc. but there was just too much time at sea and not enough in port, esp in Ketchikan and Victoria, which was a poorly disguised fuel and food/supply stop for 3 hours on a monday night when everything in that city is closed. Even the bathrooms on fisherman's wharf were closed!!!! Carnival needs to redo this itinerary (after dry docking the ship for safety issues) to replace victoria with another port or extend to give more time there. Shows were good, we all enjoyed the motown, 70s and 80s shows and the ensemble of 8 sang and danced their hearts out. I did notice one female lead did most of the solos and the best dancer, a shorter dark haired young lay had none, I would have liked to see them mix it up a bit with who gets the leads for some variety. Also their make lead singer was not the strongest. Service was always good, again, I feel the lido and cabin staff were overstretched and thus noticed cleaniliness issues at table on the lido as well. also, interestingly, I would have bought a brink here and there for fun, but was never approached as I have been on past cruises, again, likely a staffing issue. Now for my largest concern. SAFETY. I have sailed this class of ship (Miracle 2x) and much of the inner passage was very calm water, yet felt a trememndous amount of rocking, unusually so. Additionally, the boat listed significantly while we were cruising to Victoria. There was a HUGE mechanical noise and then water was POURING OUT OF THE POOLS to one side of the ship as it tilted. I thought we were going to have to muster or tip over before we could muster, and I had to hold it together and act clam for the kids. The cruise director (after looking concerned and making off to the bridge appropriately and rapidly to assess the situation) gave a message to all over the PA that all was well. I then found out afterwards that this has happened SEVERAL TIMES ON THIS SHIP, once even worse than this. WHY IS THIS SHIP STILL SAILING? I could not sleep that night and really did not blame the cruise director, she was surely advised by higher ups at carnival to make little of all of this, but my research online shows this is a known issue is azipod or propulsion or both. Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2017
We chose this cruise because we wanted to experience a taste of Alaska. The cruise wasn't bad but it could have been better. The ship is not equipped for a cruise to Alaska. The pools are not heated and there is only 1 covered pool and ... Read More
We chose this cruise because we wanted to experience a taste of Alaska. The cruise wasn't bad but it could have been better. The ship is not equipped for a cruise to Alaska. The pools are not heated and there is only 1 covered pool and whirlpool. All whirlpools are taken by children and teenagers therefore, the adults can not enjoy the whirlpools. The adult section of the ship is not covered therefore, make sure to ask for blankets when you want to go out and enjoy the hammocks and chairs. Entertainment and activities were not the best. Indoor activities should be more entertaining. More karaoke, better entertainers, offer free WiFi, arcade room for adults. Well planned deck parties for all. More restaurants. More sports channels in the Sports bar. More variety for dinner at Lido deck. Keep the tables clean and move the people as they finish. More indoor tables during breakfast and lunch. We would take our food to the room most of the time. They need a new and better equipped ship for this type of cruise. Stay more time in Juneau and Ketchikan. If you want a cool, quiet cruise this is the cruise for you. I like Carnival, have cruised several times before but this was not what I was expecting. Read Less
5 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2017
Carnival Legend: I was referred to this ship by family who have traveled several times on Carnival Cruise Lines. A trip to Alaska, a buck list dream, however, what I experienced was a very disappointing excursion on a ship that lacked ... Read More
Carnival Legend: I was referred to this ship by family who have traveled several times on Carnival Cruise Lines. A trip to Alaska, a buck list dream, however, what I experienced was a very disappointing excursion on a ship that lacked pizazz, accommodating staff, but provided a dank/dirty Vista Suite (I can only imagine what the less expensive cabins looked like). I thought we would experience beautiful buffets of fresh meats, fruit, vegetables and ice sculptures, however, what we received was a room set up like a hospital cafeteria, with mediocre to non-edible food items, dirty plates, limited staff:most who were rude, and told my family when asked for a beverage, "YOU need to go to the bar and get it." The helicopter excursion in Juneau up to the glacier was amazing! The train up into the mountain in Skagway was just okay. We ended up hiring our own tour guide in Ketchican right when we got off the ship, who was fabulous: Norman, from a local Indian tribe was fabulous, and took us to an unique spot where we were lucky to see eagles, black bear cubs, and salmon swimming upstream. I loved Alaska, it was a breathtaking, it was so unfortunate that Carnival is more about money than providing quality accommodations. I do NOT recommend the Carnival Legend, and would have definitely read cruise reviews before I signed up for this ship! Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2017
I can't speak about other cruise lines because I have only been on Carnival and we have used them on 20 plus cruises. Our last cruise was on the Legend and we sailed to Alaska. The Shows were very good and I think Carnival has improved ... Read More
I can't speak about other cruise lines because I have only been on Carnival and we have used them on 20 plus cruises. Our last cruise was on the Legend and we sailed to Alaska. The Shows were very good and I think Carnival has improved on their entertainment. Our cabin was great (we had a balcony). Dinner was great. I do miss the the Guy Harvey Burger. This ship does not have it. We ate breakfast in the dining room (it is better than the Lido deck). The food is great. The staff is incredible and the ship is beautiful. It is decorated in Greek and Medieval themes. I have two children (11 &13) and they love the camp. Since we are Platinum , we can check in faster and we have a lot of other perks. One thing that happened on this cruise that has NEVER happened to us before was losing one of our suitcases at the pier (our fault, not Carnivals) When I called Carnival the next day, they already had my luggage tagged on a lost and found paper. The Carnival agent was so helpful as he tried so hard to get my luggage back. I am in Seattle and he was in Miami but it was incredible how wonderful he was. He even called me several times to make sure I was getting my piece back. I have never had a bad experience with Carnival and I will continue to use them. Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2017
We sailed Carnival Legend and loved it!!! We had the best time. That was very clean, the people were all very nice. Our steward's name was Francias and he was so great! Our room was always neat and clean and he was very ... Read More
We sailed Carnival Legend and loved it!!! We had the best time. That was very clean, the people were all very nice. Our steward's name was Francias and he was so great! Our room was always neat and clean and he was very personable. Anytime he saw us he called us by our names, which really makes you feel special. He takes his job seriously! And does a super job. Next when we went to dinner, we went to the Truffles dining restaurant and the food was always great! We had a wait staff that included Anna, William, and Swatra. We enjoyed going to dinner every night to see them. They were very courteousand pleasant. Anytime we needed anything, they brought it with a smile! We also got to know them by talking to them about where they were from and them asking how our day was and they remembered our names. All in all it was a great cruise. I can't to do it again!!!!!!!!! Read Less
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