An amazing journey: Carnival Legend Cruise Review by Susan Smily
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An amazing journey
A dedicated ship's crew that navigated us across seas rough and calm, past icebergs, through narrows and fjords, from Europe to North America.
Our dining room crew of Andrea, Diyan, and Barbara who worked diligently to meet our every need in the dining room, and recognized and greeted us while they were working shifts elsewhere on the ship.
Eva, the dining room hostess who saw to special needs of our little troupe.
The chefs and cooks who fed us non-stop for 15 days.
Our room steward, Domingo, who worked with us to ensure that 3 rather demanding guests were well taken care of, and Aldo, the steward of the next group of cabins down More the hall, who stopped and chatted for a few moments every time we went past.
All the stewards that created the absolutely amazing display of towel animals at the Lido pool!
The 'quiet', but ever present staff that kept the ship clean and tidy - always at work cleaning, polishing, picking up, washing windows, and mopping up the fog from the open area of the lido deck.
The tireless tender crew, taking us to and from Qaqortoq, Greenland.
Victoria, the acupuncturist at the spa who worked with our physical problems throughout the cruise.
The Park West Art Auction team for fun, champagne, and some great new pieces of art.
Our cruise director, John Heald & assistant Kelvyn, the Legend orchestra, the singers and dancers, the comedians, the juggler, the illusionist, the guest singers - wow, what a fortnight of entertainment. We didn't see all the shows, but the ones we did were truly memorable.
The Jazz Hot Show, Big Easy, and the back-up dancing to Justin Illusion by the Legend Dancers were all excellent.
Violinist Izabella Zebrowska; Vocalist Emily Reed; Comedy Magician Adam Heppenstall; Vocalists Le Musica; Juggler John Nations; Illusionist and Dancer Justin Illusion; and Comedian Danny Buckler - Thank you for sharing your talent on the high seas. I can't get that kind of variety anywhere else!
And this doesn't include the wonderful visits to Dover, Dublin, Glasgow, Belfast, Reykjavik, Qaqortoq, and St. John's. That's for a different blog.
Thank you to the entire crew of 900+. You made my day (15 times over!) Less
Lots of room, extra closet and drawers, large balcony, large bathroom. Room under the bed for all the suitcases. Still a bit of a problem sharing space and a bathroom with 3 people - but that's our issue!
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