The Sun Princess

Baja Deck, Portside, Room 418

December 11, 1999
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Of course we wanted to check out our stateroom first.
This is B418 on Baja Deck—10 on the lift button.

Our pictures of Acapulco Bay were taken from this balcony.
The lacy background behind these pages and pictures is from a photo of the sea foam.

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This information is available on the Princess Cruises Website. There, you can find all the destinations and itineraries available. And you can see the layouts of all the ships in their fleet. They do not, however give any information about the shore excursions Click this image to go to the next page. which would be helpful to their passengers. This would be especially helpful to those unlucky enough to have a travel agent careless about forwarding pre-cruise information.

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" A private bedroom with a queen-size bed and a spacious sitting room and private balcony make this a home away from home.

Also included are two TVs a refrigerator, walk-in closet, a whirl-pool bath tub and separate shower, and a private safe. Room size is 370 square feet including balcony."

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This is the living area of the stateroom.

Yes, we really did eat breakfast on the balcony!

This was especially convenient when we had to be somewhere early to meet a group for a shore excursion.

When a lot of people are moving around at the same time, it's very time consuming to go through the buffet for breakfast.
(However, it's a quick way to get lunch.)

To catch a lift to deck 14—Lido Deck—go through Horizon Court's buffet, find an empty table or someone to share a table, eat, and get back to the room to pick up things needed for the day, just takes a lot of time.

To get room service, plan ahead and fill in your order the night before, tell them what time you need the food, and hang it on your door. That's all there is to it.

       
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This friendly crewman took time from his window-washing to wave while in Aruba.
The Princess crew works constantly to keep the ship ship-shape.

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