I have long wished to be in the Netherlands during the tulip time at the Kerkenhof Gardens (sp) and so this trip was a dream come true. I did find that my disability in walking spoiled much of the trip for me but I did have a wheelchair available for some key side trips. However, I don't think I will repeat such a trip and that saddens me. Nothing else bad to report - only joys!
Our stateroom level two was comfortable if a bit tight during dressing. Well thought out storage, comfortable beds, and chairs and work desk. Nice big windows if often facing a competing river boat tied up by the dock.
I enjoyed the safe grab bar and small shower after the deep tubs and elaborate plumbing in Italy, our trip prior to this. Our very honest room steward keep it perfectly in order with towel animals on the bed most days to amuse us. Lots of mirrors. We only enjoyed the balcony one time but we were glad we hadn't stayed with our original choice of the lower level suites.
I have discussed the cabin in the review but I will do it again. Sufficient room with only a little crowding in the area by the bathroom and closet doors. Bed was very comfortable with a choice of bedding offered. Lot of storage and room to stow large suitcases (we had a lot since on a 3 week trip through Europe) Lots of hangers which helped organize clothes. Attractive with 2 chairs inside, and two on balcony. Almost missed the under bed drawer for clothes but we didn't use/need it. Attractive but would like a slightly more refining choice of paintings. Good lighting. TV and computer basically useless to us but hardly necessary.