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Norwegian Epic - Western Med 26th July-2nd August 2015

Norwegian Epic - Western Med 26th July-2nd August 2015

Postby grannyM » 15 Aug 2015 15:20

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I have added some additional post-cruise comments and extra photos at the end of it. :)
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Postby Mungo » 15 Aug 2015 18:36

grannyM wrote:Image

I have added some additional post-cruise comments and extra photos at the end of it. :)


I feel quite honoured that my review has inspired you to add to yours! :lol:

I've always said it's good to try a variety of cruise lines so you can pick out the positives and negatives! ;) Wow, how pushy the future cruise consultant was. :shock:

If only we could take all the good things from the cruise lines and make a perfect product! :D
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Postby grannyM » 15 Aug 2015 18:47

Mungo wrote:
grannyM wrote:Image

I have added some additional post-cruise comments and extra photos at the end of it. :)


I feel quite honoured that my review has inspired you to add to yours! :lol:

I've always said it's good to try a variety of cruise lines so you can pick out the positives and negatives! ;) Wow, how pushy the future cruise consultant was. :shock:

If only we could take all the good things from the cruise lines and make a perfect product! :D


:thumbup: I'm sure there's a job for someone somewhere with that idea Sue. :D
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Re: Norwegian Epic - Western Med 26th July-2nd August 2015

Postby Dave » 10 Sep 2015 15:35

Dave wrote:I've only just spotted your review on my phone Marie and I'm looking forward to having a proper read when we get home. :-)

I admit that I'd forgotten about your review Marie. :oops:

But I came across it again while looking for reviews for the next newsletter, and I've now read it thoroughly! :D

It was a very interesting read and (because it's the sort of thing I do) I particularly liked your comparisons with another cruise line. :thumbup:
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Postby JollyJill » 10 Sep 2015 17:42

I must now confess that although I read and enjoyed your review Marie, I forgot to post to tell you so. :oops: :oops:

I thought I had, so tracked back (you know what memory is like) and to my horror, I hadn't. :shock:

Anyway, better late than never.

I keep saying that we should try a NCL cruise. Although we are not generally a fan of the bigger ships, I like the more relaxed attitude towards dining, as I know P would be too.

My excuse, if there is one is that I was keen to get my own review posted on our return as I know how time consuming they are to post.

Not long now before your next trip. :)
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Postby grannyM » 10 Sep 2015 18:00

JollyJill wrote:I must now confess that although I read and enjoyed your review Marie, I forgot to post to tell you so. :oops: :oops:

I thought I had, so tracked back (you know what memory is like) and to my horror, I hadn't. :shock:

Anyway, better late than never.

I keep saying that we should try a NCL cruise. Although we are not generally a fan of the bigger ships, I like the more relaxed attitude towards dining, as I know P would be too.

My excuse, if there is one is that I was keen to get my own review posted on our return as I know how time consuming they are to post.

Not long now before your next trip. :)


To be honest with you Jill, I thought you had too. :lol:
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Postby JollyJill » 10 Sep 2015 18:26

To be honest with you Jill, I thought you had too. :lol:


There is hope for me yet then Marie. :lol: :lol:
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Re: Norwegian Epic - Western Med 26th July-2nd August 2015

Postby sevenseascoaster » 19 Sep 2015 20:51

Finally caught up with your review Marie and enjoyed it especially the comparisons, makes interesting reading, and your photos are fine :)
Would like to try NCL one day :) keep hearing good reports about it.
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