Norwegian Dawn 5

“East coast re-position”
Cruise review of Norwegian Dawn

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Onboard in Quebec City in less than a hour. To our room (8626) as soon as we got on. Nice size room that had a slightly obstructed view.

The first part of the cruise felt like it was the Beatles Magical Mystery Tour as Hurricane Sandy changes our itinuary. The crew was great in giving us updates as to where we were going.

This was the first cruise we have been on where the did not have information on the ports we were visiting. Would have been nice to hear about some of the shops and tours around.

Entertainment was very good. Main stage was a different act just about everynight. (Make sure to catch the 2nd City troup). The bands on board were great, both Jump and Jose and Patti kept you moving with long lists of tunes.

Ate mostly at the Venetian and was quite happy. BBQ by the pool was nice. Morning room service choice was very small. Went to the Buffet for lunch a couple of times, OK.

Not alot of shops on the ship for shopping. Nice Casino. More Check out the Roulete Table for fun. Happy Hour not to be missed.

Because of the Hurricane we missed Portland and New York, but got to go to Halifax and see the Fairview Cemetery. Boston, Baltimore (Washington), Norfolk, Charleston, Miami, Key West, and Tampa. What a way to see the east coast. See ya next year too. Less

Norwegian Dawn Cruises to Canada & New England

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Sail Date: October 2012
Destination: Canada & New England
Embarkation: Other
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Cabin review: Obstructed Oceanview

Slightly obstructed view on the Port Aft side. Close to the Atrium area and some will hear the noise from there. Short walk to the elevator and stairs. Nice size room that I believe is wheelchair accessible.

Published 11/23/12

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