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From the birth date of Provence in southern France on her carefully guarded secret, until the arrival of the British Bidemeier. In Mel's pen, "Provence" is no longer a mere geographical name, but also represents a simple and worry-free, easy lazy way of life; a Chongrubujing, see Pretrial to blossom; fate of intention, hope horizon Yunjuanyunshu conception of leisure. Today, the influx of millions of people each year in Southern France's Provence and French Riviera, visit the album difficult to describe the incredible scenery and leisurely novel. If travel is to get rid of the shackles of life, make you forget all Provence.
M.V. PRINCESSE DE PROVENCE DELUXE RIVER SHIP Deck B Stateroom Dining Room Salon Lounge M . V. P RINCESSE DE P ROVENCE 70 STATEROOMS AND SUITES Built in 1992 and completely refurbished in 2004, the M.V. PRINCESSE DE PROVENCE is the ideal vessel on which to discover the south of France. She has a total of 70 staterooms, all of which are outside, configured as twins and identical in size. Each comfortably appointed single stateroom features built-in closets, desk, private shower and toilet, telephone and radio. Hairdryer and terry cloth robes are available upon request. Bedding is Deck A Stateroom European-style duvets with feather pillows and eiderdowns. (Synthetic materials are available upon DECK PLAN request.) Deck A Dining aboard the M.V. PRINCESSE DE PROVENCE is Deck B an exquisite experience. International and French cuisine is prepared by master chefs and served in a luxurious, leisurely single seating. Three main meals M.S. C ZANNE are served daily in addition to afternoon tea and snacks throughout the day. Facilities include a lounge, two bars, beauty salon, laundry services, safe deposit boxes, boutique and infirmary with a certified physician. The sun deck provides a perfect place for relaxing and viewing the passing scenery. Participants will also enjoy nightly entertainment and special Captain’s welcome and farewell receptions. Aboard the M.V. PRINCESSE DE PROVENCE, there is Deck A one crew member for every 2.5 passengers, allowing for a very high level of professional and attentive service. SHIP SPECIFICATIONS Nationality of Officers and Crew: European (60) Language: English Deck B Number of Cabins: 70 Length: 363 Feet Tonnage: 5,000 tons • Indicates triple occupancy. Built: 1992 11/22/05 Thomas P. Gohagan & Company, 224 South Michigan Avenue, Suite 220, Chicago, Illinois 60604, Phone: (800) 922-3088
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