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Celebrity Millennium Review

4.0 / 5.0
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Japan and a Little Bit of China

Review for Celebrity Millennium to Asia
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10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Oct 2015
Cabin: Sky Suite 1
Buddha at Kamakura
Nikko Shrine
Golden Pavilion, Kyoto
Deer Park at Nara
Philosophers Path, Kyoto
Sunset from ship
Osaka from Osaka Castle
The biggest in Japan, Himeji Castle
Nagasaki Peace Park
Shop in watertown of Shanghai
Beautiful Japanese Garden
The Bund at Shanghai
Yehliu geo park, Taiwan
Nan Lian Garden, Hong Kong
Nan Lian Garden, Hong Kong
Wedding Party, Meiji Shrine, Tokyo

Japan and a little bit of China

After having two Japan cruises cancelled by Celebrity, we finally made it to Japan, with a touch of China. It turned out to be one of our favorite trips. We very much liked Japan, and its people. The people were friendly and many were very helpful to us. The country was clean, with no trash on the street or graffiti on bridges or buildings. The people were polite and generally dress well with not grunge. The country functioned very well, drivers seemed to obey the traffic laws, the trains ran on time and we felt safe walking the streets, even at night.


Cabin Review

Sky Suite 1

Cabin S1

We were upgraded for our first suite. The cabin was certainly large enough and had an equally large balcony and bathroom. The bathroom had a double sink and tub with separate shower, which were nice.

We very much enjoyed the cabin it was toward the aft port side with no cover over the balcony. The only issues we had with the cabin were the odd lighting controls and the hair dryer for the cabin needed an extension cord, which stewards quickly provided. No issues with noise.

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