Eurodam Cruise Review by Nodustonme
- Sail Date: July 2015
- Destination: Baltic Sea
Also, I did not care for the "cutting edge" food that was served in the Rembrandt Dining Room. I was with a group and had to eat in the dining room each night. I didn't care for the choices of either the appetizers or the entrees. I like simple food that I can recognize and this was as far from that as you can get. Nothing seemed to go together. Who puts grilled shrimp over mashed potatoes?
I really liked the food choices on the Lido deck and loved the manner in which they dispensed food there. I was used to Princess where once you get into the buffet area, it's a free for all. With HAL, there are servers who put the food on your plate. Much more civilized and hygienic.
I also loved the digital workshops that were offered. Wish there had been more of them.
We had a stateroom with a balcony and it was very nice but very short on storage space--no dresser drawers. Found 2 drawers underneath the sofa but they were not convenient.
The staff were all friendly and eager to do a good job. I liked that each segment of the cruise starts with a "Ask the captain" opportunity in the theatre. The captain was quite humorous.
Overall, I would sail on HAL again but I definitely will check with cruise critic regarding vibration and other issues and I will elect the dine anytime in case the haute cuisine is too cutting edge for me.
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