Columbia Snake River: Queen of the West Cruise Review by wm80108
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Columbia Snake River
For starters there is a great satisfaction in knowing our support is all toward the United States. From the vessel, its crew and food we were to experience "home grown." The hard-working staff of young people greeted us with friendly smiles and performed their tasks in a diligent and thorough manner. We would be remiss not to mention the very comfortable beds--such a plus at the end of the day.
We enjoyed the menu selections and found the food to be done to perfection. The open seating of eight guests to a More table allowed us to explore the diverse backgrounds and interests of each person, and when we would meet them in the stairwell or elevator, they were no longer strangers. Interestingly enough, we hope to see those who do not live too far from us.
The banjo player, piano-bass combo and songs of the sea were good evenings of entertainment. And, of course, the historian flavored the trip with much educational and interesting lectures which brought the Lewis & Clark experience to reality. And this sums up our post thoughts of the cruise.
Small-ship cruising is a venture we would like to continue. We enjoyed the friendliness of seeing the same people, enjoying happy hour each evening with them, not having to walk the long corridors. We are left with a keen sense of history and appreciation of the early exploration of Lewis & Clark, coupled together with touring the scenic vistas of the United States of America. Less
Cabin review: B333
Great corner stateroom with panoramic views it has 2 sides with windows. We were initially wondering how this would be if people could walk outside around the room but that was not a concern at all. The bed was the most comfortable sleeping we have ever experienced and we called ACL upon our return to find out about purchasing the mattress set.
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