“Thomson Dream”
Cruise review of Thomson Dream

Jeannie Thomson Dream 3 Thomson Dream
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Enjoyed our cruise & stay holiday with Thomson Dream just a few points which they could have improved on....The meals in the Lido Restaurant the queues in this place were chronic breakfast, lunch and dinner always a massive Q really needs two sides to this self service place. By the time u get your food it is cold. Felt like school dinner one big plastic tray to put all ur meal on yuck!

Second point entertainment was not very exciting, boring in fact one good comedian all week.

The other restaurant table service meals was ok but rather slow service for both food and drinks. Food ok but nothing to write home about.

Friendly hard working staff, good excursions, room nice, would have been nice to have a cinema onboard.

Staff removed seating around open decks in the evening which meant no were to sit outside in the evenings which was a shame.

I really enjoyed the cruise and would try another Thomson Cruise but improvements could easily be made to upgrade this experience.

We stayed in the Levante hotel in Cala Bona Majorca for the second week excellent hotel very professional staff and food and entertainmet was great Thomson Dream could learn a few things from this hotel.

Sicily lovely port of call watch out for scroungers but pretty town with a lovely beach ideal for snorkeling. Did not have to go on any expensive excursions because port was lovely very atmospheric.  

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Cabin review:

Cabin was ok rather dark but clean and kept tidy by a super cabin boy. Enough room for storage and cases. Yes cabin was fine 7 deck 741

Port and Shore Excursions

Naples port ok but nothing to do we visited Mount Vesuvius and Pompeii which were both great.

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Palermo was the port for Barcelona but too far away to walk so we spent day in port which was nice but would have preferred the port at Barcelona so we could have walked into the city. Palermo just a typical Spanish holiday place.

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Published 08/29/11
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