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ritchie - Answered a Question by ritchie (19 Aug 08 09:33)

Thanks for your help. I quite like the idea of the beds that pull down, so maybe an inside cabin would be best. can you please let me know why you said a balcony would be good considering where we are cruising. Tanks again.

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BRADBURY - Answered a Question by ritchie (18 Aug 08 17:48)

Depending on what time of year you are cruising RCI sometimes 'combine' the kids clubs, especially if it is at a time of year when not so many children on board. However I am sure that you could ask if they could both be placed in the same 'club'. They are all in the same vicinity so I dont think it would be a problem. As for Balcony versus Inside - If you can afford a Balcony go for it, especially considering where you are cruising. For me the pros and cons versus an inside is the Inside will have upper berths, folded away during the day. The balcony will have a sofa bed, so both children will be in the same bed and it can make the cabin (sorry stateroom) seem cramped and not much space to change/ undress in the evening when they sofa bed is folded out. It is of course folded back to sofa in the day.

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PEARSON - Answered a Question by ritchie (19 Aug 08 07:52)

We have just got back from the Navigator of the Sea and our children are as similar ages as yours. They were put in the same kids' club when there was not enough children to participate the activities. My daughter did not like it as they often have to do the programme designed for the younger age group (the groups were joined together but they did the same activities).

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