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I stayed in cabin A-135. It was originally cabin A-93. This cabin has beautiful polished wood paneling that runs from the ceiling to the floor. Everything seemed pretty original to me. Entering the cabin was like stepping back in time. A time when attention to detail was common and luxuries were expected.

I really enjoyed my stay in this cabin. The view was splendid. Looking down into the water you could see schools of fish swimming by. I decided to feed them crackers. It didn't take long before a large school of fish had formed and about twenty seagulls were circling my porthole catching the crackers in mid air.


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