GOLDEN PRINCESS SEATTLE SEPTEMBER 1, 2013: Golden Princess Cruise Review by LARRYKCMO
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GOLDEN PRINCESS SEATTLE SEPTEMBER 1, 2013
Skywalkers lounge is always open and is a great place to view scenery during the day. However, daytime temps were set too cold. Public restrooms are well-hidden on most public areas, and not always very clean. My wife complained that ladies restrooms are very small and ladies frequently had to stand in line.
Main theater shows were ok, and Sarge, the comedian is very funny. Music in the lounges was always way too loud. Kathy Slamp, the naturalist was great, but she was not allowed to broadcast narrations throughout the ship during scenic days for More "security reasons" from the bridge, so we missed hearing lots of her knowledge.
We mostly ate meals in the buffet and the food was fair. Some very odd items, usually with lots of spices. Bakery and dessert items were excellent.
Pier 91 Embarkation is slow, but main luggage was delivered to our cabin promptly. Disembarkation is a mess due to wild traffic congestion at the terminal area.
We stayed in Seattle for two extra days at the Radisson SeaTac airport, which is a very nice hotel, to visit the nearby Museum of Flight which is awesome.
The 7-day Inside Passage cruise roundtrip Seattle is a great way to experience beautiful Alaska. Less
Cabin review: GGE606
Great closet and storage space. Thin mattress, ask for a mattress topper.
Port and Shore Excursions
Fun port to visit for shopping, sight-seeing, and fabulous scenery.