Underwood - Answered a Question by ritchie (09 Mar 09 21:07)

I have just returned from this cruise which we loved. This was our first cruise experience so we can't compare with other cruises. We found our balcony cabin to be very spacious and very comfortable. The food was very good. We always ate in the buffet because of the range of tasty food which was available. We discovered that delaying our evening meal to about 7pm there was no problem in finding a table. It could be crowded at 6pm. The staff were very friendly and helpful without being too pushy. The itinary of the cruise was magnificent but the shore excursions were very expensive but enjoyable. The entertainment was better than we anticipated. We did find that they took every opportunity to get you to spend. They take photos at every shore excursion but we learned not to pose for them. The photos were nice but far too expensive at $20 each. The charge for internet use even if you have your own laptop was very expensive so we didn't bother. Overall we nloved the experience and would love to go again.

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Brennan - Answered a Question by ritchie (20 Oct 08 09:02)

Hi, I'm going on this cruise in Dec so I'll be able to update you when I get back.

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ritchie - replied to Brennan (23 Oct 08 21:20)

Thanks would be great have a nice time.

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