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Azamara Journey Review

4.5 / 5.0
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Review for Azamara Journey to the Eastern Mediterranean
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blooknup
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: May 2014
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We sailed from Piraeus on the Journey to Paros, Patmos, Kusadasi (Ephesus), Rhodes, Cyprus and Israel. I could only come up with one little complaint! Only one! The internet connection was so slow that I was unable to complete any communications or connect with my personal email in 15 min. I mentioned it and they gave me 15 minutes complimentary. This was unexpected and a pleasant surprise.

This was by far the happiest cruise experience of my life. I have taken many cruises and none can compare. A majority of the waitstaff were very friendly, always smiling and all were extremely attentive. The Capt. Johannes was seen daily, always out and about making sure things were going well for his passengers.

We were so pleased with the food choices in the Discoveries (buffet) dining room that we only ate in the formal dining room twice. They featured a different cuisine each night. We loved sitting outside on the back deck of the ship enjoying the fantastic and delicious assortment of the daily fare.

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This stateroom had a large picture window with a shelf that you could sit in and watch the world go by. There was ample storage for everything. The bathroom is tiny, only one person at a time. They provide an extra hairdryer by the desk/vanity which is very handy. Cabin attendants were excellent, very attentive. There was fresh fruit and drinking water in the cabin every day. He put water on each nightstand at night. Beds are very comfortable, super soft, sink into them and rock to sleep!!

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