Queen Victoria Review

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Review for the British Isles & Western Europe Cruise on Queen Victoria
EMALION
2-5 Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Aug 2017
Cabin: Princess Suite

We, french guys, choosed a Cunard cruise because an english ship is something special: you have 2000 passengers with you and you don't notice them. No noise at all, no kids running, No shouts in corridors

We choosed a mediterranean route crossing 5 countries: Spain, Corsica (insular France), Continental France, Italy, Montenegro and Croatia

We had a Princess grill cabin (4093), large, with much storage for clothing, a bathroom with a tub and a little siiting room. a brand new espresso machine

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Princess Suite

Cabin P2

We had a Princess grill cabin (4093), large, with much storage for clothing, a bathroom with a tub and a little siiting room. a brand new espresso machine

Little minus: the princess grill balconies on 4th deck are much deeper than other decks (the ship wider) and many times we got water coming down on our heads from balconies above ours

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