Allure and All That Jazz

March 15, 2013 | By | No Comments

Tenor Sax
Sailing the largest cruise ship in the world through the Western Caribbean, it all boiled down to Bruce for kjf325 onboard Royal Caribbean’s Allure of the Seas. Sure, there were plenty of on-ship sports, spacious rooms, “first-class” shows, and even Starbucks, but The Bruce Gordon Quartet “transports you back to the days when music was music.” Read kjf325′s full review for the scoop on the difference in dining crews, how to get the most out of your soda card and a comment on class.
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