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Celebrity Infinity Review

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Buenos Aires to Valparaiso in Aqua Class

Review for Celebrity Infinity to South America
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10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Feb 2016
Cabin: Aqua Class

I'm happy we decided to take this cruise around Cape Horn. It was everything we hoped it would be and more. We booked this cruise a year and a half before it sailed. As it got closer to sail date we also booked 5 nights in Buenos Aires and 2 nights at Iguazu Falls. Doing this before or after your cruise is highly recommended. At first I said why go to Iguazu, then I realized, I will most likely never travel to the area again and decided to book the flight and 2 nights at the Sheraton in the park on the Argentina side of the falls.

Buenos Aires is a delightful, beautiful city. We stayed in a small hotel where we could walk everywhere. We did a city tour, a day trip to the country to an estancia to see the gauchos, ride horses and have lunch, an evening tango show, with dinner, a tour outside the city for a boat ride, an afternoon wandering the Recoleta cemetery, an afternoon at the craft markets finding home made gifts to bring home, there is no shortage of things to do in this city.

Since we spent so much time in BA before the cruise, we opted to stay onboard the two days the Infinity was docked in BA. There was plenty to do onboard.

Cabin Review

Aqua Class

Cabin A2

Good sized cabin, not completely covered by the overhang, bed facing forward. Close to internet café, and one deck down from the café.

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