Thomson Dream Cruise Review by BARDUNC: Exceeded our expectations
Member Since 2009
Exceeded our expectations
We originally booked Island escape but it was changed about a month before we was due to sail and was transferred to the Dream.
We had a fab holiday from boarding to disembarking. The transfer from the airport was very good we was shown to our cabin witch was huge,clean and bright(outside plus deck 6) and within a short time we was in the buffet having some lunch.There was plenty of choice 2 large buffet area's, pool side serving food from breakfast through out the day.An excellent waiter service restaurant we used each evening,the staff,food wine and decor was brilliant,the chef came and said hello also.In Britain this would have cost a fortune
Theater shows where very talented the singing,costumes and dancing was 1st class and the crew show show was exceptional, full of talent(forget x factor!!)
We had the all inclusive thrown in as we booked very early it was so good not to be concerned about overspending we are far from big drinkers but was able to More sample a few cocktails! (these where cheaper on board than in our Gold hotel in Calor bona where we spent a week after the cruise.)
We only did 2 excursions as most of them was not suitable for wheelchairs but they was very good Barcelona and Toulon, we was more than happy to be on board and do some lazying round the pool and the outside deck area's the sun beds was plentiful.
All In all we have some lovely memories of our Ruby wedding and would not hesitate to sail on the Dream again Less
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Cabin review: Thomson Dream 6101
6101 outside plus was a very large cabin and bathroom , clean and serviced well.The picture window allowed us good viewing especially when coming into dock. It was in a quiet area of the ship and very convenient to the lifts to all decks.
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