All time favorite cruise: Brilliance of the Seas Cruise Review by ondeckatsea
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All time favorite cruise
Destination: Europe - Western Mediterranean
Tours we took were expensive but we enjoyed them all. The little extras were appreciated. Sailing into Venice and the whole show they put on with the German style buffet and classical music was something we will never forget. We are now looking at other cruise lines after all the years of being Loyal to Royal. Next March we have a cruise booked on Princess so will give them a try. We are also looking at Celebrity (I know, it's owned by RCI) for November 2010 and September 2011. Royal Caribbean is just not the same cruiseline we loved for years and seems to be cutting corners to gamble on the huge new ships they will have to fill. In tough economic times they are allienating the passengers that stayed with them and turning tto the younger crowd. Good luck to them. I think its a huge mistake. Less
Cabin review: 4550
I can't find the papers that would tell me what catagory we were in but it was an outside cabin on deck four not far from the centrum. We usually book a balcony but to save some cash this time (to spend on tours) we booked a lower priced cabin. it worked out fine for us and I'm glad we did it as not mush time was spent in there anyway.
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I loved it all
A lovely cruise and ship just ...