Friendliest cruise ever: Grandeur of the Seas Cruise Review by Tkreagan

Grandeur of the Seas 5
Tkreagan
Member Since 2017

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Friendliest cruise ever

Sail Date: June 2017
Destination: Canada & New England
Embarkation: Baltimore
I loved this cruise. Everyone was super friendly. Food was great. Only two complaints on food, one beef stroganoff was not prepared in the traditional way and two the French onion soup needed cheese. Entertainment was great except for piano player in Schooner Bar. It was too cold for many outside activities, but we still found things to do during the day. It was an enjoyable experience doing a northern cruise. I have always done Caribbean cruises, but found this very nice also. This was the friendliest cruise I have been on.

The ports were nice, but I enjoyed Bar Harbor the most. It is a beautiful and clean area. If it wasn't so cold I would love to live there. Boston, we did the historical tour, Portland, went on lighthouse tour, Bar Harbor, we went on an Acadia tour, St. John's did the Bay of Fundy train ride, and in Halifax went on a whale excursion. We didn't see any whales which was disappointing, but still a nice boat ride. I would recommend this cruise to More anyone wanting to go on a cruise. Less


Published 06/16/17
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