Second Atlantic crossing with QM2 just as great as first: Queen Mary 2 (QM2) Cruise Review by Senior Single
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Second Atlantic crossing with QM2 just as great as first
My cabin was called a "sheltered balcony" on deck 6,and was cut into the hull rather than out over the side of the ship. Wonderful - even though it was a bit chilly to sit out, I did enjoy watching the calm seas through the glass door as we sailed. The room had wonderful closet space and a nice refrigerator for my spare cheeses. My bed was very comfortable, the shower nice and hot, and the cabin steward very attentive to doing his tidy-up the minute I left the room.
The lecture series More were something I had never had on another line, and I attended just about all of them. The subjects were varied, and the speakers certainly knew what they were talking about! I enjoyed the Titanic lecture so much on the eastbound trip that I went to it again on the westbound leg. The young man has facts and information I had never heard before, and was amazed to hear this time. The planetarium shows were also something new and different, and most enjoyable. It is a bit difficult to get the tickets, but I did stand in the long 9:00am line to get them on several days. Never regrated it!
I found the Apassionata show simply wonderful - saw it in both directions and was most appreciative of the Vienese walty opening and the Russian dance later in the show. How they can change those fabulous costumes so quickly is another wonder - and where or where can they store all of them? I must take another trip with the QM2 just to be able to enjoy all of the daily activities that I missed because of other things I had to do the first time. Less
Cabin review: BD6273
Very ample closet space for single traveller. Never a noisy time during the entire voyage over and back. Steward was very attentive in keeping towels changed even if I had put them back on the rack. Bed was made with a blanket instead of duvet (as I had requested it to be), and was great temperature for sleeping soundly. Usually had channel 39 or 40 on the TV to get backgound music and details about the weather. Could use a more or less classic radio channel for us older fogeys who like that kind.
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