Little-Known Cruise Ship Tips to Save Money, Get Stuff, and Have More Fun
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If you are prone to sea-sickness, you don’t need to wait for an opportunity to visit the pharmacy when you land. Room service usually has a supply of motion sickness remedies, saltines and teas as well as their own individual concoctions which vary from ship to ship.
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One of the most expensive add-ons to a cruise trip is the Internet. Most people don’t know that there are usually Internet deals available upon request, like free trial cards for first day users. Be sure to ask.
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The “Chef’s table” option is offered on Carnival cruise ships. It is an exclusive dinner option, (approximately $75 per person), and alcohol is included.