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Michelangelo Review

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8 reviews

Venice from the Water. October 2016

Review for Michelangelo to Italy
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2-5 Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Oct 2016

CroisiEurope should be proud of the staff on board the Michelangelo, they were magnificent, very helpful friendly and pleasant at all times, they clearly worked hard. The ship was spotless and the food absolutely wonderful. The cabins were roomy with plenty of wardrobe space for two and there was a large window in each. Air con or heating was standard at the flick of a button and cabins were cleaned thoroughly each day. I would say that it was great value for money. I would definitely recommend to all my friends, a holiday with a special difference. The tours and the cruising was excellent, Michelangelo docked every night by the quayside in Venice not too far from the Doges Palace and St Marks Square. During the day when not on an organised tour its possible to see lots of Venice using the vaporettos to get around. The atmosphere on board Michelangelo was very convivial with some form of entertainment on every night.

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Cabin Standard |Outside

The cabin was a good size for two with plenty of wardrobe and drawer space and boasted a large picture window instead of porthole It also had proper beds which were very comfortable instead of drop down bunks, The bathroom was small as you would expect on a cruise ship but had everything one needed. The free facilities in the cabin included TV, hairdryer, safe and telephone and was well appointed.

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