The day we nearly went to Qaqortoq: Aurora Cruise Review by Balernocalling
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The day we nearly went to Qaqortoq
Destination: Baltic Sea
The old parts of Nuuk were worth seeing. The highlight however was whale-watching from both the ship and on land. Humpback whales were everywhere.
The other parts of the itinerary were great Cobh in Eire is a great place to experience Irish hospitality (Murphy's here) and Dublin for the sights and the Guinness. Iceland and Norway are spectacular for scenery - from geysers to mountains.
We are itinerary driven when choosing which cruise to go on. If an excellent ship is your priority we would recommend Aurora. This cruise of 18 nights had 7 sea days. The More entertainment team were superb and ensured a wide variety of things to do. This included a number of innovative entertaining games, quizzes and shows put on by the team themselves. The quality of their singing was on a par (some say exceeded) with some of the professional entertainers on board.
Our cruising experience has been with a 8 different lines. We have never experienced a bad or even disappointing cruise. However some cruises have been fantastic and some ships stand out as that bit above the rest. In our opinion Aurora is one. From top down we would say it comes across as a happy ship. Less
Cabin review: JD3B162
A spacious, quiet inside cabin