Floating retirement village.: Dawn Princess Cruise Review by firstname.lastname@example.org
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Floating retirement village.
Destination: Australia & New Zealand
The food on board was excellent, but due to boredom, I found myself wandering in to the buffet, eating, just to fill in time. I really think they could do better, even going to the quiz AM and Pm the staff made us feel as if we were interrupting their day, one guy even commented that he had put himself out to come and entertain us with question's. some entertainment? he was insulting. There was also a comedian on board who was insulting to the older travelers and he commented that perhaps they had forgotten their nappies etc. not very funny. The room and waiting staff were very efficient and perhaps the cruise director and entertainment staff could learn from them. they certainly need to revise the on board daily listings for entertainment and not include the obvious, such as lunch, as passengers we know about that, we also know about the casino, no need to advertise it as if it is a great event. And for those who don't gamble or poke maybe you had better develop an interest otherwise you too will be bored. Not enough toilets on board for 2000 travelers, and some not well marked. Don't bother taking a tour, what you read is not what you get and is very expensive. Less
Cabin review: AAp229
The toilet wouldn't flush properly and failed to empty/flush twice, the steward had to be called to clear it. the room was smaller than the inside staterooms on P&O no room for suitcases ours had to be crammed under the bed. If you have had recent shoulder surgery do not go on a cruise the doors are far to heavy to open, the cabin door especially as there is no room to open it with your left hand it has to be opened with the right. Very painful. Shower very small, don't drop the soap, or your bottom will hit the wall when you bend down to pick it up, I'm 54 Kgs slim build and it happened to me every time. room adequate for sleeping but not for staying in, a large chair was placed in our room which wouldn't fit under the desk and took up a lot of floor space.