One way Cruise from Vancouver to Seward-Stinky Stateroom: Celebrity Millennium Cruise Review by seelos
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One way Cruise from Vancouver to Seward-Stinky Stateroom
The Aquaclass restaurant, Blu, was great and run a lot better than the one on the Summit. The food that was supposed to be hot, was , unlike the Summit's Blu restaurant. The ship's itinerary was basically the same as a 7 day roundtrip with the exception of not going into Glacier bay but into another bay that was pretty much the same that was off of the Pacific. Then a day at sea and offload at Seward. We rented a car in Seward (expensive) and drove arounf for 3 days. If you stay at a hotel in this area, stay at the Alyeska Resort and take their ski lift gondola to the Glacier restaurant up 2300 feet. The food is great and the view is tremendous. Stay at the Capatin Cook hotel in Anchorage. Take a float plane trip for 2 hours each way to Katmai National Park where you will see more grizzley bears that you can count while they are catching salmon as they go upriver. This is one of the greatest day trips you can take. You fly right next to blue tinted glaciers on the way back. Catch the floatplane right across the street from the Anchorage airport. About $800 per person. Less
Cabin review: 9046
I think deck 8 is better than Deck 9 because you have a big overhand right above you and makes it difficult to keep the overhand out of your photos. i would pick deck 8 next time.
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