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The Rue de l’An­cien Cour­rier (5) of­fers af­ford­able fash­ion, while to­wards the Rue de l’Aigu­il­lerie (6), re­tail gets markedly more funky. Pomme Reinette, the old-time toy shop, will have chil­dren of the For­ties

five-night cruise to and from Barcelona via Naples and Rome. The Royal Caribbean ship’s of­fi­cial pro­gramme launches on April 7, when it leaves its Barcelona base for voy­ages to Palma de Mal­lorca, Provence and Florence, Pisa, Rome and Naples. It will be manned by a 2,200-strong crew rep­re­sent­ing 77 na­tion­al­i­ties.

Sym­phony is usurp­ing Har­mony of the Seas as the largest cruise liner ever built, with room for 5,518 pas­sen­gers (ver­sus Har­mony’s 5,479), in 2,759 state­room cab­ins, 12 more than its pre­de­ces­sor. The ves­sel has 18 decks, 24 guest lifts, is 1,188ft long and 238ft high and has a cruis­ing speed of 22 knots.

From Novem­ber 10, Sym­phony will be based in a new cruise ter­mi­nal in Florida, nick­named the Crown of Mi­ami for its strik­ing de­sign when viewed from the wa­ter.

Royal Caribbean says the ship’s 2019 and 2020 Caribbean itin­er­ar­ies are now on sale.

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