Starting to see too many dogs and scooters: Grand Princess Cruise Review by ryckieg
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Starting to see too many dogs and scooters
Embarkation: San Francisco
The best part of the trip for us was how smooth the water was both going to Hawaii and on the return voyage. The only rough waters were on the return sailing from Ensenada back to San Francisco, otherwise it was smooth sailing for the entire trip!
That was the good part. Now for the bad parts of the trip. Way too many dogs! And way, way too many scooters! I'm not insensitive to people with special needs and do respect their disabilities. However, I really do take exception with people who are grossly overweight and are perfectly able to get around on their own two feet but choose the ride around the ship in scooters because they're lazy! I saw a woman who did nothing but zip around in a scooter on board the ship, but get off her scooter to board a tender to go ashore! Next was the so called "service dogs" Again, I really respect people that need true service dogs to enable them to get around and I'm referring to dogs that aid the blind and not some little stupid white fluffy dog with a little jacket that says "service dog" on it! little fluffy is not a service dog and I don't want to share a confined space of a cruise ship with dogs. If the trend of overweight people running around the ship on scooters and so called service dogs taking over the ship this can very well be my last cruise. I hope the cruise ship lines wake up and start to ban these types people from the ship. Less