Sail Date: October 2018
Having sailed with Princess, Celebrity and P and O, i am aware of how different cruise lines approach excursions and port transfers for wheelchair users. MSC rank in that respect amongst the worst. It is so disappointing as so far only P ... Read More
Having sailed with Princess, Celebrity and P and O, i am aware of how different cruise lines approach excursions and port transfers for wheelchair users. MSC rank in that respect amongst the worst. It is so disappointing as so far only P and O have taken this seriously. I knew that none of the excursions were wheelchair accessible before we went, but was very annoyed to find that none of the port transfers had accessible vehicles. I was able to find local transport that was accessible and fortunately with a powered chair I was able to get to bus stops a distance away. Some of the much vaunted activities such as the zip line and waterslides were also up steps and therefore not possible, i had so been looking forward to them. I did use the F1 simulator which was great fun although difficult to get in and out. The bowling lanes were not accessible either when they could so easily have been. One pool was very well done with ramps and hoist and the pool staff were brilliant, no tiresone booking or paperwork as some other cruise lines. I did not try the theatre as you had to book and i never know if i will be ok. I also could not access enough information about the acts to decide if i could cope with noise and lights. All activities were fitness or dance based therefore not suitable. Bands and singers were indifferent or poor. I found the lighting and glitzy surfaces difficult to cope with, and often entertainment in the public areas just too loud. Some plus points The accessible cabin was large as was the very easy to access balcony. The bathroom was a wheel in shower room with drop down seat. The wardrobes had rails that lowered. However there was very limited drawer and wardrobe space. The bed was hard which may suit those with bad backs but for many like me just cause pain. However our delightful cabin steward got me several more duvets and we made a mattress topper for me. The table assigned in the dining room was great and whenever I used a different one staff always without fail offered me a suitable table. I tried using the buffet restaurants but these were a nightmare. Other passengers were dreadful, many even climbing over me to get to food. Other lines had much better systems of assistance and access. From my chair i could not see what the food was. We stuck to our assigned restaurant. Our staff were fabulous, i cannot rate Kevin and his team too highly. They wre brilliant. And another team manager quickly grasped my need for soft food and every morning at breakfast had specific items ready. Over all we really liked the relaxed atmosphere, the food and the very good staff. This coupled with the good cost neans we have booked to go with MSC again. We will however arrange our own excursions. I just wish the cruise lines would do it for us. Read Less
Sail Date: April 2018
We chose this cruise because it departs and arrives from a single location (Savona), where we can park our car safely. This is our third time to cruise with Costa and we always enjoy their friendly service and their on-board entertainment. ... Read More
We chose this cruise because it departs and arrives from a single location (Savona), where we can park our car safely. This is our third time to cruise with Costa and we always enjoy their friendly service and their on-board entertainment. The itinerary included some of our favorite locations (Malaga and Barcelona), as well as some places we had not been before (Valencia and Cadiz). The length of stops was okay, except for Barcelona, which was only about 4 hours and was therefore pretty frustrating. Savona is always our starting and stopping place for Costa cruises. This is a lovely little Italian town. Boarding was well organized, with parking and luggage service. We dropped our bags off together with our car, then walked into the terminal and waited for our boarding time. The parking/luggage attendants are really friendly and they took excellent care of our luggage and our car. After boarding, we had time to have a drink or snack while enjoying a view of the harbor, waiting for the cabins to be ready. When our cabin was available, they advised us, and then our luggage was there waiting for us, without incident. Disembarkation at Savona is chaotic and not so well organized. Although Costa enforces the disembarkation schedule, there were too many people in the terminal at one time, making it very hard to negotiate with a wheelchair AND baggage cart. However, we were prepared for this and we just took it as it was. We were driving to our next location so we were not stressed about meeting a plane or train, but I can understand others who did have to deal with that stress. We highly recommend to others to NOT plan to drive a long way on the day you leave the cruise, because you will be really tired. We normally drive a few hours to Firenze (Florence) that day, and that is as far as we would want to drive that day. Prepare to be exhausted at the end of a cruise. On board, we enjoyed the evening shows with fantastic dancers and great musicians. They truly make it easy to have fun. This time we were less than impressed with the overall dining experience, where we felt that the variety was limited, and the qualify of food was not as good as on previous Costa cruises. Unfortunately, Costa does not really cater to travelers in wheelchairs. They have some accessible cabins, but very few accessible suites, and so far we have been unable to get a suite, even though we tried to reserve from the first day the cruise was available online. Maybe we have to have some other connection that we don't know about. More about the cabin below. Excursions organized by Costa do not offer wheelchair accessible buses, so it is up to us to organize ourselves. We gave the "Public rooms" category a lower rating because in many places, the music was way too loud, making it impossible to have a conversation. However, we found a piano bar where the music was to our liking and not too loud, and there we enjoyed snuggling with drinks and having time to just be together as a couple. Overall, we had a great time and are looking forward to another cruise in the next couple of years. One plus of traveling with Costa is that they are registered in Italy and therefore are subject to EU regulations. One of these regulations states that when traveling with a disabled person that needs constant assistance, the companion/carer does not have to pay other than drinks and taxes. Costa respects this regulation and therefore we pay full price only for one of us. However, beware that if you are eligible for this allowance, you must request it from Costa BEFORE departure. We learned about this during our second Costa cruise but too late to request it for that cruise, so this time we were wiser. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: April 2018
We chose this cruise again ,first went to try out and found everything so good booked another few weeks later,now going again on the 18th may ,the staff are so friendly and helpful everything was spotlessly clean,food was good catering ... Read More
We chose this cruise again ,first went to try out and found everything so good booked another few weeks later,now going again on the 18th may ,the staff are so friendly and helpful everything was spotlessly clean,food was good catering staff very helpful,all the staff could not do enough to p!ease,the cleaning of our cabin was excellent every day,entertainment was good and varied the entertainment team were excellent trying to make sure everyone had a good time and got involved,pool and hot tubs were glorious .excursions are bit expensive but you can go on your own,embarking and disembarking explained well,good safety procedures,the people pushing you to have your photo done are a bit annoying and expensive but we still got one just as a memory but the photos are excellent,,get a drinks package that way you can experiment with the cocktails,bar staff and waiters waitresses are lovely and very helpful, Read Less
9 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: May 2016
Having recently become disabled I wanted a hassle free holiday. My first in 4 years The cabin was filthy and took two days to correct all the negatives. We photographed the stained and soiled beds. There was dust everywhere and ... Read More
Having recently become disabled I wanted a hassle free holiday. My first in 4 years The cabin was filthy and took two days to correct all the negatives. We photographed the stained and soiled beds. There was dust everywhere and the cabin window was so dirty you could not properly see out the window. We spent hours on the cruise personaliser booking excursions, only to be told once on board. All of that effort was futile ( no guarantee !). Then the steward in charge of excursions was replaced in Livorgno and suddenly everything was possible after all. Absolutely stupid ! The aircon in the cabin was stuck on a noisy mode and fluctuated between hot and cold. We ended up spending as much time on deck as possible simply to escape the unbearable temperature fluctuations. I ended up having to buy an inhaler due to a dust allergy which hadn't surfaced in 20 years. The flights which P&O provided us with were another complete joke. I spent hours on the phone going through disability questions. Only for them to post things in triplicate whether through loss or ineptitude ? In the end we turned up in Birmingham airport to discover the seats allocated were not the ones arranged. I work for an airline so I know the excuses offered were a pack of lies. Then in Genoa because everyone had left the aircraft and caught their P& O coach connection. I was left very uncomfortably waiting for a wheelchair taxi to go to the ship. In the process of this stupidity my carer had her phone knocked out her hands and broken. Which we then spent a large amount of shore time trying to fix. Basically because none of the crew wanted to go out of their way to sort out. The restaurants we had booked were an open dining plan. In theory then we should have turned up and because of the flexible nature of dining hours have eaten as and when we wanted. The aircon in the dining room was unbearable. Cold and loud. The food was ok but because of the aircon unenjoyable. The actual CRUISING experience was very enjoyable watching islands like Corsica and Sardinnia drift by. Sailing past Capri or viewing Vesuvius. Entering the Messina strait or getting a glimpse of Mt Etna. Being escorted by dolphins or seeing turtles. But in terms of value for money. Extremely disappointing. In the end Croatia sums it all up. We were told "you won't be able to go ashore in Dubrovnik !". Well guess what I did. Unfortunately we had missed any chance of taking a taxi. If you want to see or experience the madness which is on board entertainment. P & O style then the departure from Croatia has to be seen to be believed Union Jack flag waving and a medley of extremely badly sung songs. On arrival in Venice most of me was glad to get off. The majority of the crew were great. We ended up eating in the self service spread restaurants. Mainly because the air con didn't get up there so much. We didn't take the package flights back mainly because of how P & O handled the outbound. So in summary. P& O made a complete fist of my 50th birthday celebrations. The care of wheelchair pax is lamentable. The only positives were the shore excursions. I ended up on the floor after falling out my wheelchair because some bright spark inadvertainly pushed me against a door swell.The lifts with supposed exclusivity for disabled were a free for all. It has taken me a few months to digest this trip I would advise anyone thinking of making this journey to get concrete guarantees from P& O around any issues to do with wheelchair travel. Because of the damage to my carers phone and the time spent trying to sort out issues my 7 night cruise is one nobody deserves Read Less
9 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: September 2015
every cruise line has a care of duty to their staff and their guests, they must never put you in danger, they must be helpful, have patience, be understanding, use common sense, have the time to talk to the guests, have the decency to say ... Read More
every cruise line has a care of duty to their staff and their guests, they must never put you in danger, they must be helpful, have patience, be understanding, use common sense, have the time to talk to the guests, have the decency to say good morning, and above all, make you feel welcome. MSC does none of this, in fact, they do the absolute opposite, let me explain. 1, msc arranged our transfer from genoa airport to the ship by coach, after 45 mins the coach was filled with smoke, and we were stranded for 90 mins on the dual carriageway, putting the passengers in danger. 2, there was no msc rep on the bus, the driver could only speak Italian, not very helpful. 3, on reaching the ship, we had to unload our own luggage while the porters watched, we were then hurried onto the ship, only to be met by security, meanwhile on the port, suitcases were being dropped. 4, after 7 hours of having no food or drink, were offered a glass of water, really? 5, customer services did not want to know about our problems, they had enough of their own, like trying to work out how they managed to put two sisters on the wrong coach, the wrong ship, and have nowhere for them to sleep, you couldn't make this up. 6, trying to get a smile out of the security staff, or the bar staff in the starlight disco, was like pulling teeth. 7, my wife and I were on the ship for 7 days, and we only got to know 5 members of staff who took the time to make us feel welcome, joceline, Ismael, rantiasa, med;e, and maria. 8, the ship is quite small compared to others we have been on, theres not really a lot of activities to do, unless you like dance lessons, the restaurant service is quite quick, and the food is good, there was a minimal selection of excursions, our ocean view cabin was quite pleasing and very clean, entertainment was nothing to write home about, and getting off the ship was a chore in its self, I was looking forward to a nice relaxing week off work, didn't happen, my summary of the msc armonia is this, regimental, and unhappy staff, I wont be going again. Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: September 2015
The week as a whole did not start well flew ok from Gatwick arrived Genoa husband collected in wheelchair as we had planned but then things went wrong the wheelchair assistance disappeared as soon as we reached the coach - the coach driver ... Read More
The week as a whole did not start well flew ok from Gatwick arrived Genoa husband collected in wheelchair as we had planned but then things went wrong the wheelchair assistance disappeared as soon as we reached the coach - the coach driver refused to allow my husband to sit on the Coach even though other passengers were already on the Coach and he was left standing for over 20 minutes unable to sit down with the Coach doors locked the MSC rep just ignored the problem. On reaching the ship we were faced with me having to look after my husband as no help was provided and managing 3 suitcases - 2 of which I finally got the handlers to relocate to the delivery cage for delivery to the cabin leaving me with 1 suitcase and still no help. On reaching the escalator a MSC guy said take the lift and he would help to get us on board still no wheelchair so we walked very slowly husband using his sticks and by this time very tired to the embarkation desk and finally getting through all that not a seat to be seen so we had to plod on. Caught by the person selling Tours we queried if my husband could go on the stadium tour in Barcelona and the Harbour tour in Malta and was advised no even though you say the Tours are disabled friendly she could not find one that was suitable- so your advertising as disabled friendly leaves a lot to be desired so we decided we were going to be stuck on board as no other options were suggested. Finally having got to the ship we then were told the cabin would not be ready for a further 90 minutes minimum so we were left feeling very tired having left home at 4am and no means of sitting and relaxing and having a nap. Went to the Piazza and having to buy a soft drink as we were told we could not use the vouchers pre purchased before leaving the UK - finally got to cabin at 3.30pm and then told drill at 5pm it was a no win so husband slept and we had no bags so could not change as the one bag we did have held all his medication. Wheelchair arrived at 5pm and off we went for the drill- shame said wheelchair did not appear when we really needed it as we had requested. Then having had dinner and seen the child size portions came to a rapid conclusion that unless we wanted to starve we would have to find another source of food and resorted to Room Service That was a seriously bad decision on reflection - the Room Service Team spoke little or no English both of us tried and over the period of the cruise the following was delivered we ordered the following everyday for breakfast English Tea with cold Milk for 2 + Rice Krispies for 2 + Toast with Marmalade and Bread Rolls and Strawberry Jam and Danish Pastries and orange juice for 2 you would have thought this was simple................this some of the combinations received from them below :- Cereal with no spoons and no milk barely enough for tea. Teabags and Sugar but no cups and spoons this happened twice. Toast cold everyday marmalade finally appeared on Friday after we sent back the order as it was so wrong that day we had no Teabags, no milk, no sugar, no cups, no spoons, no orange juice and tepid hot water. I do not think we had one day except after we sent it back that was right! also overnight we requested Tea with cold milk for 1 and Pepsi Light - Tea arrived with hot milk and no Pepsi, or sugar and spoon. Rudeness from Guest Services - I was walking towards the lift on level 5 from the Business Centre and passing Reception that was partially roped off - I was outside of this area and was rudely told I could go no further by a crew member holding a clipboard as people were checking in - I pointed out I was outside of the roped off area and wanted to reach the lift - I was rudely told again to go back the other way. This I did but there were no signs anywhere saying passengers could not move through this area. Tried to report this to guest services and the girl did not understand me as her English was non existent so asked for her Manager and was told she would call me back as the incident had happened early in the morning and I was told no one available until after 4pm I felt this was unhelpful so spoke to another person and advised them what had happened. Later that day as no call back had be forthcoming and the one I did get the person was not understanding me. The mini bar fridge on arrival was sticky inside and I had to clean it - I used Dettol wipes on all the surfaces and they turned grey - the sofa had stains on it. The Pillows were very thin and the duvet had a stain on this was never changed all the time we were there the bed linen was never changed and the towels in the bathroom were left on the floor to force them to be changed instead of being re folded. There was no soap in the bathroom for 2 days and no spare loo roll - I was having to leave notes requesting the minibar to be restocked and soap to be placed in the bathroom as well as the loo rolls! I gave up re the bedding as that was just a brick wall. All in all not a very clean cabin from day one but we gave up trying to get this fixed. Red Velvet restaurant - waiter service this first night for 3 courses took 2 hours and did not improve much over the week. The open seating night we ordered the following:- 1 Greek Salad; 2 Braised Beef; 1 ice cream and 1 sorbet + 1 Pepsi light and husband for a change wanted 1 Vodka with Sprite. what arrived was 1 Pepsi light; Vodka with Bitter lemon (this got sent back as we had to ask another waiter who spoke English to sort out as the waiter assigned to the table spoke no English) all the food was delivered in one go so on the table we had 1 starter; 2 main courses and 2 desserts so we finished up eating the whole meal back to front and the waiter refused to take away the main courses and desserts until my poor husband had eaten his starter - I had a bread roll. This was reported to the Maitre D but nothing was done. Just advised sorry he does not speak English very well! Note delivered at one am in the morning following a knock on the door to call Reception Urgently - reason for call and note was to check my husband was ok on his sticks.......one has to ask why not do this between 8am and 6pm WHY 1AM? Having woken us both up we were by this time very fed up with the cruise as a whole! Saturday night I finally caught up with Guest Service manager Valentina who sent to us earlier in the week some champagne and petit fours that were duly sent back as neither of us liked them and we felt the gesture was wrong as all we wanted was sorry and it will not happen again finally husband accepted a 30 minute massage. She promised us a Priority departure and I made it clear I wanted to go back to the airport by taxi (advised should be 20 euro) with a wheelchair to help husband as it was early in the morning - no problem she said - I should have known better. Sunday duly arrived sat in Theatre at 7.30am no signs anywhere put up as to where each group should sit - so we sat at the back to be told at 7.50 you have to move to the other side of the Theatre guess what no seating so my husband was left standing as able bodied people had taken all the seats and on asking the crew where the wheelchair that had been requested was just shrug of shoulders and they disappeared other passengers were horrified and also asked the same question but we had no help and no reply. It was total chaos no organisation what so ever, no Priority was given in a fact - a child of two could have done better! We struggled to get off the ship and having to manage 3 bags and a wobbly husband as his medication had not kicked in properly I was seriously angry got in taxi to airport to be told 37 Euros as so early and he dropped us off at the wrong part of the airport! finally got to departures to be told no wheelchairs available and no check in till 11.30 - finally found the MSC rep who tried to help but even she could not track a wheelchair down until after 12 noon. The person pushing the wheelchair would not allow us to use the duty free and abandoned us at the departure gate. On the check in I asked for the upgrade to business class which I was happy to pay for to be told I could not do that and we were allocated row 24 out of 29 rows why place a disabled person at the back of the plane when there were empty seats in Business that I had ask to purchase. (we did travel Business class at my extra cost on the way out) this meant we had to walk the length of the plane! On the flight we were offered just a sandwich with no drink but after the week we had had I just gave up. At least we got help when the plane landed in the UK. MSC also allow children to run riot in the casino unsupervised by the parents even though the Casino states over 18 only. Complained to customer services in London while on board and yesterday by phone and email and told it will take 28 days to look into - I would seriously recommend NO ONE should ever cruise with company as they a do nothing attitude when things go wrong. I had completed all the paperwork they asked for before departure and they still could not get it right! This company is NOT disabled friendly in any shape or form. Read Less
Sail Date: June 2015
Me and my sister have just returned from this cruise and thoroughly enjoyed it. It was my sisters first cruise and she is definitely going to do it again. Flights were good but very early. When we arrived at the ship it was all very ... Read More
Me and my sister have just returned from this cruise and thoroughly enjoyed it. It was my sisters first cruise and she is definitely going to do it again. Flights were good but very early. When we arrived at the ship it was all very organised and we didnt have to wait too long for cabin and luggage, just wish we had packed bikinis in our hand luggage. The inside cabin was quite small but storage was good and very clean. Wish there had been more sockets. We had Freedom Dining which was great and we shared tables of 8 all week, so met some lovely people. Food and service was excellent. We went for lunch at Marco Pierre Whites once but werent at all impressed apart from the lovely cakes! The entertainment was really good especially Tina Turner, The Headliners and Jim McGee. The excursions to Florence and Pompeii were good, but needed much longer at Pompeii. Would make my own way next time. I would have liked to have a singles meeting in the afternoon as in the morning most people are on trips. Upon leaving the ship everything was extremely well organised - well done. All in all The Oceana is a lovely ship with great staff and good entertainment. I was interested in how well people/children with disabilities or in a wheelchair were catered for - this seemed ok but there was no access to any pools or childrens area. I am thinking of taking my 5 year grandchild who is in a wheelchair on a cruise in the future. Read Less
Sail Date: May 2014
We thought that we would try a fortnight in the Eastern Med/Adriatic and see Venice from a reasonably big boat before the rumoured restrictions are put into place. Now this is neither our first cruise with P&O, nor our first fly/cruise ... Read More
We thought that we would try a fortnight in the Eastern Med/Adriatic and see Venice from a reasonably big boat before the rumoured restrictions are put into place. Now this is neither our first cruise with P&O, nor our first fly/cruise on the Ventura, also we understand that change must happen, but there are certain things we look forward to on cruises, certain standards met, etc. We take it as a given that once on-board, all any cruise line is interested in is our money, and this used to to politely done, now it is just blatant. From our point of view, Ventura has very nearly lost all 'Britishness' it once had and its patently obvious that the parent company Carnival Corp. has totally failed to understand P&O's major customer group i.e. the British. First the ship is looking very tired now, the much publicized refit was not very visible except for the normally empty, pretentious and overly expensive 'The Retreat' (same as the Azura), and in my opinion a total waste of space. The refit has not physically changed the old Rambalas/Tapas bar and is thankfully not a copy of that horrible creation on Azura, but is now also called the ‘Glass House’. There was visible damage to many wooden fittings in public areas, missing tiles around the pool(s) area, and peeling surfaces of the pool itself. Deck 15 food the pizza, burger/hotdog, self-service area, and the ‘Beachhouse’ does not appear to have changed. We did not try the ‘White Room’ this time because we thought the cover charge was extortionate, but we heard rumours that is was not that busy. We did try ‘East’ and the ‘Glass House’ once each, both were expensive but the food was well cooked and very tasty. This is the first time that we had been allocated ‘freedom dinning’ and the ability to eat when it is convenient is very attractive (unless you have to wait – of course), however the service we received here was definitely not silver service, mostly it was rushed with side plates and cutlery often missing from the tables, glassware was not properly dried or polished. Most times missing items (including butter) were replaced from nearby tables while the occupants were still eating. The quality and presentation of the food was somewhat less than it had been on other cruises, e.g. the main dish was presented fully plated and therefore you had no opportunity to have fewer or more vegetables as you wished, also the medium-rare beef always seemed to be a bit too rare. Drinks were as previous P&O cruises i.e. of reasonable prices compare to other cruise lines. But it should be noted that on the Genoa-Venice leg of the trip all purchases are subject to Italian VAT @ 22% extra – because the ship does not leave EU waters for those 7 days. As always the entertainment was of mixed quality, from very good to very poor. Now this is a very subjective subject and I will not expand too much further, suffice it to say many did not appreciate comedians who told the audience that "he did not care ... what they thought" and/or using swear words and lewd comments in front children. It was noticeable that day-time talks, recitals, craft classes etc were greatly curtailed. Normally we fly with the P&O charter carrier, but this time we elected to fly with BA the consequence of this entailed a certain amount of claiming baggage and transferring it ourselves to allotted points for onward transport, we were resigned to this hardship. It is our opinion that P&O/carrier interface was poorly managed from P&Os end, as all the problems appeared to be of P&Os making and this made embarkation and dis-embarkation at best chaotic and at worse shambolic. All in all, we found that this cruise the destinations were great, the ship was missing something and definitely lacked the old romance/sparkle of previous and felt slightly niggardly and of reduced quality.   Read Less
Sail Date: February 2014
We boarded the Fantasia in Genoa, having flown to Milan from the UK. The transfer provided by MSC from Milan to Genoa was superb. Just 6 of us in a very comfortable minivan. Boarding was very smooth and organised and we were able to go ... Read More
We boarded the Fantasia in Genoa, having flown to Milan from the UK. The transfer provided by MSC from Milan to Genoa was superb. Just 6 of us in a very comfortable minivan. Boarding was very smooth and organised and we were able to go straight to our cabin before having some late lunch in the Zanzibar Buffet. The cruise itself was very enjoyable with very few niggles. The main gripe was the lifts (elevators). Our daughter is in a wheelchair and we therefore relied on the lifts to get from deck to deck, as the stairs were not an option. The number of lifts for this size of ship (4,000+ passengers) is inadequate. We regularly found ourselves waiting for 10 to 15 minutes in order to be able to get in a lift and sometimes negotiate pushing people, which could be quite stressful at times. That said, we found the crew very polite and helpful and our overall cruise experience was very good. The ship itself is very impressive, with diamond-encrusted staircases in the large atrium and a variety of public areas to suite all tastes. We found everywhere to be spotlessly clean although the casino, in which smoking is allowed, was smelly. Unfortunately we encountered some rough weather on a couple of occasions during the cruise, particularly in the Atlantic Ocean, which I suppose is to be expected in February. My wife and daughter did suffer from some motion sickness, but we were given tablets to minimise this. Service both from our waiter George from Romania and our cabin steward from Indonesia was superb. Disembarkation was smooth and not as chaotic as we have experienced on some other cruises. Ports visited on the cruise included Barcelona, Tenerife, Madeira, Malaga and Civitavecchia. We also called at the port of Casablanca, which is not listed in the port review category, so I have mentioned it here. We went on a panoramic tour excursion here, which we really enjoyed. Our local tour guide was very knowledgeable and the Mosque we visited as part of the excursion was spectacular. All in all, we found the cruise a wonderful and rewarding experice, and met some great people. Read Less

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