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Mar 14, 2005
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hi all , need a bit of help , we are crossing over from dover and the ferrie we are on we need to be there by 6am and we was wonderind about food ie breakfast do they serve food on the crossing and these times ? and what was the food likt as we have two young children ?

any info on these crossings will be a great help cheers .

andrew
 
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No prob the self service is opened before the ferry leaves port.

Provides full English and continental.

It gives a good start to the hols.

Enjoy
 
Mar 27, 2005
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yep , did a decent brekkie a couple of weeks ago. just be careful you dont stand in any wet paint on the car deck on the ferry like i did , then having not noticed managed to walk it all over the newly fitted caravan carpet.P&O like to paint their car decks when in service and not put warnings out , but in their defence they look like they are going to pay for a replacement carpet and set of car mats also ruined by blue paint.

be warned......
 
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Tina, Breakfast was good last year, we even got 'free ones' for the younger party members. This worked as a BOGOF (Buy an Adult get a Childs Free)I am hoping this is still the same!!!
 
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Hi Andrew,

Went P and O 6am ferry to Calais on 2nd June.

A tip for you. Don't go straight from the car deck to the Cafe.

Unless you are first in the queue there WILL be a queue. That means there will be a queue to get your food, there will be a queue to get a drink(with your food going cold on your tray. There will then be a queue to pay for the now cold meal and you won't enjoy it.

However, if you allow say about 20mins. (By all means sit in the cafe and watch this happen) Then go up and get a hot meal and pay for it without waiting.
 

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