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Bradley - Answered a Question by bean (11 Aug 08 18:37)

It usually signifies that the cabin has the facility for additional occupancy, usually with one or two fold down beds that are permanently attached to the walls. If there is only 2 of you in the cabin then it/they can be a bit of a nuisance. If you are looking at a brochure then a full explanation of * or ** will be somewhere on the deck plan page. Other symbols may indicate a door connected to the adjoining cabin. If looking online you may have to scroll down the page to find this info.

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Neil and Ida Down - Answered a Question by bean (11 Aug 08 20:16)

I am not going to give a comic answer here because I believe that you are a wonderful person and undeserving any mickey-taking. I take it that you are referring to the deck plan in which case if you study the notes on the side it should tell you what * indicates. If this is not the case then I take back all I've said. ... Neil.

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Matt - replied to Neil and Ida Down (11 Aug 08 23:42)

Depends which brochure Neil, some of them are showing at the bottom of the page LOL .

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Baylie - replied to Matt (12 Aug 08 14:31)

Being fairly new to this site and I'm sure its obvious to most people, but what does LOL stand for.

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Wilba - replied to Baylie (12 Aug 08 14:44)

Laughs Out Loud!

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Neil and Ida Down - replied to Wilba (12 Aug 08 20:07)

Oh! and here's me thinking it meant lots of love, I'm devastated, Barbara.

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Baylie - replied to Neil and Ida Down (13 Aug 08 10:26)

So did I Barbara, that could have been embarrasing!!

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