“Gotta Love Millie!”
Cruise review of Celebrity Millennium

Romco Celebrity Millennium 5 Gotta Love Millie!
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My DH and I just returned from a wonderful 5 night cruise. Surprisingly great time on Millie. We booked this cruise because of the great price. Millie is due to go to dry dock in a few weeks - so we really didn't expect much. Boy -what a surprise we got. Food was the best since our 1st cruise (Micheal Roux days) The Aqua Spa was enjoyable every morning. Inside cabin (we usually book a balcony or above) was comfortable and immaculate. Stateroom attendant - Bernardo was perfect! We enjoyed select dinning. The food was just amazing. Black salmon, chateau briand, lobster, filet mignon, trout...wow,,,yummm! Ports - Falmouth...can't really comment since we just visited the port, which seemed kinda of over priced and phoney. We spend a few hours and reboarded. Grand Cayman was fun, a bit pricey with exchange rates, but the beaches are enjoyable. This trip was really about the ship, since it will be soon sterilized, (oops, I mean Solsticized) Shows were good for the most part. Some of the onboard crew talent was better then the professionals! It was all enjoyable.
Celebrity Millennium Cruises to the Western Caribbean
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Cabin review: Inside Stateroom 9

Published 04/14/12
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