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Magazine v. Royal Caribbean Cruises, LTD., 2014 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 41092
Mary Magazine, Plaintiff, v. Royal Caribbean Cruises, LTD. d/b/a Royal Caribbean International, Defendant.
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It’s almost time for Royal Caribbean’s Quantum of the Seas to set sail, so before The Genuine Hospitality Group team heads to Bremerhaven, Germany to train a new crew of genuine staff, we’re inviting you into the process here as we count down the days (16!) with a virtual tour of our menu. 528 more words
The German Meyer-Werft made Quantum-class cruise ship ‘Quantum Of The Seas’ is reflected in the waters of the Ems River in Irhove, Germany. With a length of 348 metres and a width of 41 metres the world’s third largest passenger ship is inched backwards by tug boats as it is transferred from Papenburg, Emsland, on the narrow Ems to the North Sea.
Family members come in many shapes and sizes. Some are may big, others are small, while still more are 30 inches tall and can’t go for more than a couple hours before rousing you from sound slumber with ear-piercing (yet lovable) crying. 420 more words