due to an accident they say on the freeway it took us four hours vs normal three hours from London Heathrow to get to the ship, just in time for a glass of bubbly and then put on our life jackets.
Room 8038 was a mini suite, nice location, nice depth to the room, with the usual coach and two chairs, more than enough storage/drawers, climbing over the bathtub to take a shower was ridiculous and I not that old nor that short.
entertainment-magicians were great, comedians were o.k. irish singer good, (flopped in his second show) princess singers were not good, but their dancers were.
although the ship has been sold I understand, perhaps they will add just a shower, put the hair dryer out in the dressing hair preferably with a nozzle attachment,maybe a magnifying mirror in the mirror,how about a clock in the room that glows at night better yet, why not have the captains announcements in your room so that you did not have to keep running and opening your damn door to hear it.
the dining room windows were so dirty that we could not see out at night(early dinner time) and enjoy the beautiful scenery