Louis XV or Louis XIV cabin


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jenny Anderson

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Existed any cabin decorated in Louis XIV or Louis XV style? Not sitting rooms, only bedrooms, on Olympic existed it.
 
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>>answer me please<<

If somebody who knows wishes to respond, they are certainly free to do so. However, they are under no obligation to do so, and making such demands is a nice way to get cold shouldered on a forum.

Please be guided accordingly.
 
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J.P. Wachtel

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Haha pwnd

Excuse my vulgar expression ^.^ but someone had to say what every one was thinking
 
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J.P. Wachtel

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It was the fact that jenny sorta got "pwnd" by michael, but i had to excuse my self...
 
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J.P. Wachtel

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But answering your question Jenny... These are all cabins in styles i managed to find out:


Styles

Regency
B-65 
C-55 (Straus sitting room)
B-60 (Baxter family)

Empire:
B-64 
C-57 (Straus bedroom)
C-79 

Old Dutch
B-59 (Ryerson party)
C-72 

Modern Dutch
B-63 (Ryerson party)
C-74 
C-70 (Thayer family)
B-54 (Ismay bedroom)


Louis XVI
B-52 (Ismay sitting room)
B-76 
C-64 (Astor bedroom)


Louis XIV 
C-62 (Astor sitting room)


Italian Renaissance
C-76 
B-53 (Cardeza bedroom)
C-82 (Widener family)


Georgian
B-58 (Baxter family)
C-80 (Widener family)
C-86 
B-77 (Countees of Rothes + Cherry Gladys)


Adams
B-51 (Cardeza sitting room)


Also...
The promenade decks in the B-Deck parlour suites were decorated and ornated in the English 'Tudor' style




If anyone has any extra information, i would be very thankful! :D

~J.P. Wachtel
 

Mark Baber

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It was the fact that jenny sorta got "pwnd" by michael

Then that was a wholly-inappropriate comment, especially since the messages you were referring to are almost three years old. (In addition, the use of internet slang like "pwnd" is discouraged here. Please use conventional English instead.)

But answering your question Jenny...

Note, too, that Jenny Anderson hasn't visited this board since April 2008 and is therefore likely not going to see your message.
 
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J.P. Wachtel

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1- i apologize for not being perfect, i will try to use "convetional english"

2- i did not check Jenny's page (sorry for not being a stalker)

3- at least, i answered a question tht had not been answered and i found that Jenny needed the information

Filho da cadela
 

Edinlake

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I don't think the original poster here meant to offend anyone. It seems clear that her native tongue is not that of the English language and as such, probably found difficulty in finding a more "polite" way to say "does anyone know please?" She did say please after all instead of just answer me. I know this is old news, but I post on several multinational message boards and see worded statements come off as aggressive when it really is not the intention of the OP.
 

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