Cruises usually include entertainment and food in the ticket price, which makes them a popular way to travel. Cruise Critic has a list of secrets you might not know about when it comes to taking a cruise, and some of the biggest ones involve food and drinks.
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For example, even if the menu offers an entree, main and dessert, you are not limited to just one of each. You can switch up the portions and amounts (entrees and mains are respectively referred to as appetisers and entrees in the article):
You can order two entrees or three desserts if you choose. You can also order appetiser-sized portions of entrees as starters or order a few appetisers for your main meal. It's a great way to try new foods you're not sure you'll like (escargot, anyone?).
Also, check the Bible in your room: Cruise Critic members say they leave unused drinks cards inside them.
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Secrets the Cruise Lines Don't Tell You [Cruise Critic]