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|Reviewed By: OLLER, GRANOLLERS on 1st Jun 2010|
|Cruise Line: Pullmantur||Times cruised before: 10+|
|Cruise Ship: Zenith||Sailed: May, 2010|
|Destination: Adriatic||Age: 65+|
We took this cruise -Zenith- from Athens -Greece- for seven days, flight included, and visiting Dubrovnick in Croatia, Venice and Brindisi in Italy and Katakolon -Olympia- and Athens in Greece.
The ship is quite old but very well preserved, clean and friendly. Mainly Spanish speaking passangers. State rooms are wide and also very clean with an excelent room service.
The ports of call are what you can expect in Mediterranean cruises, the stars are Venice -two days there-, Dubrivnick and Athens. The rest not to much to say about.
The first three days food at the main restaurant was ok but the rest was horrible, I guess maybe worse, uneatable. And at the self service and grill not much to choose, we managed with cheese, eggs, salad, horrible ham and bread.
The ships from this company are allways full as they sell the all included formula, that means you're free to drink all you wish -no limit- so people does not care much for the food.
I think that it is a cruise for young people, without pretensions of luxury or quality in the food, to share with friends or work companions.
For me, that already knew this company, it has represented a great disappointment, it doesn't have anything to do with that Pullmantur of seven or eight years ago.
|Quality of Food|
Jun 19 2013 09:25AM)