Norwegian Spirit Cruise Review by mazip: terrible food and yellow water
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terrible food and yellow water
The ship was wonderful,the staff were very friendly ,the cabin was also nice our room steward looked after us very well,the shows on the ship were brilliant, the thing that let the cruise down was the extra coverage charges for some of the restaurants, there was 3 restaurants that were complimentary, raffles it is a buffet but all the food was cold and greasy,windows restaurant was nice but food very salty I told the restaurant manager who then done our food so there was no salt, there must be so much waste as the food is so salty also so many times I had to send back due to it being cold,the garden was the other one but to get into windows and garden was very difficult as the waiting list was quite long
The drinks on board were very dear you can buy a drinks package but you have to buy for the whole stay and everyone in your group has to purchase it I ended up just drinking juice most nights as my friend did not want to buy the drinks package and on a couple of nights I More bought a cocktail they were so weak it might as well been juice
The water in the cabin was running yellow for 4 days I kept telling reception but nothing was done on our last night they sorted it, in the 4 days it was yellow i was told not to brush my teeth in it or wash my hair because of the chemicals so what would it do to me skin? well i've come home and have a terrible rash all over my body i will definately not be travelling with norwegian cruises again Less
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