Cruising the St. Lawrence Seaway and Great Lakes: Pearl Mist Cruise Review by Charleen Hungerford
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Cruising the St. Lawrence Seaway and Great Lakes
Embarkation: Quebec City
Of course, food was plentiful and well prepared, with plenty to drink as well. Our staterooms were immense; More didn't even seem like we were on a ship. Stateroom service was prompt and attentive. The ship was gorgeous and stood out in all the ports we stopped at. Shore excursions were available at all ports and we had excellent, new buses (generally two so that no one was crowded). We were never rushed and had knowledgeable local guides at all stops, prompt and friendly. And I was pleasantly surprised, upon disembarkation, the ship provided free transportation to the various Chicago airports and to our individual terminals.
In summary, this was my fourth cruise on small-ship river/lake cruises and it was the most memorable, due to the beautiful ship, the friendly staff and the excellent itinerary. Less
Cabin review: K - fourth deck407
I was on the fourth deck, with only one deck above me. The stateroom was huge, the bath clean and large, with a great shower, with lots of hot water. I had my own balcony off my stateroom. Lighting was good. It had a TV as well as a room-to-room phone. Room service was excellent.