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P & O Oceana Inside cabin A316 - NC Grade

P & O Oceana Inside cabin A316 - NC Grade

Postby Wansbrough » 09 Feb 2015 20:33

JollyJill wrote:Stan and May had lots more space between their beds but in my opinion, that is wasted space.

It certainly is. ;)
Comfortable enough looking cabin but it wouldn't be for us.
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Postby avidcruiser » 09 Feb 2015 22:21

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Postby Gemma » 17 Feb 2015 15:53

Wansbrough wrote:
JollyJill wrote:Stan and May had lots more space between their beds but in my opinion, that is wasted space.

It certainly is. ;)
Comfortable enough looking cabin but it wouldn't be for us.

But if there was more space between the beds, doesn't it mean that the cabin was wider? I mean there would be extra space in the rest of cabin too
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Postby JollyJill » 17 Feb 2015 16:52

Gemma wrote:
Wansbrough wrote:
JollyJill wrote:Stan and May had lots more space between their beds but in my opinion, that is wasted space.

It certainly is. ;)
Comfortable enough looking cabin but it wouldn't be for us.

But if there was more space between the beds, doesn't it mean that the cabin was wider? I mean there would be extra space in the rest of cabin too


It was wider Gemma but not as long because theirs was on the corner or a corridor and ours wasn't. Their door was at an angle and they had less wardrobe space.
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Postby Wansbrough » 17 Feb 2015 19:04

Gemma wrote:
Wansbrough wrote:
JollyJill wrote:Stan and May had lots more space between their beds but in my opinion, that is wasted space.

It certainly is. ;)
Comfortable enough looking cabin but it wouldn't be for us.

But if there was more space between the beds, doesn't it mean that the cabin was wider? I mean there would be extra space in the rest of cabin too


Obviously I am too young to understand the separate bed issue...... :oops:
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Postby JollyJill » 17 Feb 2015 19:13

Obviously I am too young to understand the separate bed issue...... :oops:


I think you are Mike. ;)
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