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Solarium Deck -- Tustemena: Camping without a tent

If you don't want to pack a tent, you needn't worry, the forward part of the solarium deck is glassed in and there are heat lamps to keep you toasty. A bedroll and a bag are fine. Public restrooms and public showers are available, bring your own soap and towels.

Camp on the deck, isn't that unique in itself. As a bonus, you have the fresh air, great views, and it is easy to make new friends.

  • Opinion of Price: N/A
  • Related to: Cruise, Beaches, Singles
  • Written September 9, 2003
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Solarium Deck -- Tustemena: Camping with a twist

The monthly cruise fills up quickly, and your chances for a stateroom are slight. Not a problem though, as I prefer to "Camp" on the solarium deck. Fresh Air, and beautiful sights. There are public restrooms and public showers, and you meet a bunch of fun people.

Pitch your tent on the deck. (Make sure you weigh it down, as it gets breezy.) This is the best way to enjoy your cruise, and you will meet some fine people. If you don't want to take a tent, the forward part of the deck is glassed in and there are heat lamps to keep you toasty, so a bedroll and a sleeping bag will suffice.

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Related to: Cruise, National/State Park, Beaches
  • Written September 9, 2003
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