Baltic wonder: Thomson Spirit Cruise Review by Misschad
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Destination: Baltic Sea
Embarkation: Newcastle (England)
Aarhus was cold and damp but still very nice, Stockholm was amazing again a little on the cold side but sunny, went on a bike tour and saw all the sights although not to visit any. Helsinki More had some wonderful cathedrals both ornate and plain. It was a very interesting place but a bit disappointed because the rock church was out of the city and you had to go on a tour on taxi. What can we say about St Petersburg, out of this world. The Palaces were unbelievable to say that they had nearly been destroyed in the war. Tallinn what a jewel with its quaint cobbled streets and alleyways and interesting areas crammed into such a small space and the last place Copenhagen was expecting the Little Mermaid to be much bigger and farther out in the river but it was wonderful. Visited a small fishing village which was cobbled streets and old houses, beautiful. Can't wait until our next cruise with Thomson. Less
Cabin review: 34i
We had an inside cabin which was adequate for our needs. Plenty of room for storage under the beds or cases stood in wardrobes.
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