Small ship on Florida's Great Rivers: American Glory Cruise Review by Daphne696
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Small ship on Florida's Great Rivers
We boarded after a night spent in the Hyatt Regency Hotel with an exciting 16th floor room overlooking fireworks and a pre-Christmas boat parade just below us. Car in storage with the hotel, my husband and I boarded the ship.
Throughout the More cruise, we were offered shore cruises in each port which were varied (buses, walks, horse-drawn carriages, small boats). Our lecturer, Rachel, was informative with both historical and environmental information. She became an important part of our experience both on board as she lectured and shared meals with us and off the ship when she always knew the right questions to ask various locals who were docents on our shore excursions.
Service was always there when needed.The meals were well cooked and became a great gathering place of new friends made. We particularly enjoyed the breakfast time practice of making our lunch and dinner choices though if we changed our minds, we were not held to those choices. Thanks especially for giving us a choice of half-portions.
In summary it was a happy cruise, a quietly friendly time and one that we have recommended to the planning of several friends! Less
Cabin review: 310
Comfortable mid-ship however, there was a lot of nighttime ambient light