Bavister - Answered a Question by Bavister (26 Jul 08 01:32)

No not in the main dining room but on P & O people who were on freedom dining were complaining that they either had to get up early to book a table somewhere or had to queue in the upstairs self service.

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Ross - Answered a Question by Bavister (25 Jul 08 22:28)

And what cruise line might you be referring to please. I know of no cruise line where you queue with a tray in the main dining room......

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Edwards - replied to Ross (26 Jul 08 15:40)

How about Ocean Village?

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mcdonnell - Answered a Question by Bavister (27 Jul 08 13:10)

We havebeen on oceana and had to que up at 6.30 every morning didnt like freedom dnning.

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Bavister - Answered a Question by Bavister (27 Jul 08 23:45)

Dear Mrs Mcdonnell. Of course they can take more passengers on freedom dining than on club dining, but I personally would not accept freedom dining as my husband is disabled and cannot queue and besides a holiday at the price of a cruise should be a relaxing experience and not a traumatic one.

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