Serenade of the Seas Cruise Review by nearco: Winter sunshine cruise
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Winter sunshine cruise
Destination: Middle East
It wasn't my first choice of destination but it fitted in perfectly with holiday allocation, one night in Barcelona and a final night in Dubai.
the Serenade is not the newest of ships but it was in good condition.
Now I do like Royal Caribbean but we did have an issue about the On Board Credit which is not what you want to start your holiday - it was eventually sorted but I was not impressed - RCI have since apologised to us and sent a voucher to all of us.
The food - as usual the food was very good, a few dishes were disappointing but was it the dish or was it me ?, but overall for I was paying it was very good indeed.
there was a shortage of tea bags and back bacon about which some passengers became extremely worked up and quite rude to the staff. stuff happens, may be the there was a problem with delivery, who knows, it is not the end of the world and why let it spoil your cruise.
One couple were so distraught that there were no Walkers crisps on board they More uttered the words disgusting and we are going back to Thomson where they never run out of Walkers crisps - it takes all sorts.
The entertainment was very good as usual for RCI.
We were blessed with superb weather which always helps, the ports excursions were good and value for money apart from Safaga which wasn't worth the effort so I didn't and enjoyed having a near empty ship . Less
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