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Grandeur of the Seas Review

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A Grand Cruise on the Grandeur of the Seas

Review for Grandeur of the Seas to the Eastern Mediterranean
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oldguysandgalls
First Time Cruiser • Age 80s

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Sail Date: Nov 2009
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Well....(with 7 cruises already under our belt ), we just came back from a 9 day cruise on The Grandeur of the Seas, sailing out of Baltimore Nov.5th-Nov. returning on Nov.14th.

What a wonderful, elegant and well appointed ship, truly, truly GRAND.

We had a large interior stateroom on deck 8, while Trevor our stateroom attendant tended to every detail.

Cabin Review

We had a large inside cabin on Deck 8, well laid out, plenty of storage space and the best thing was it was just one deck below the Windjammer Cafe, on Deck 9.We just walked up one set of stairs and....voila, there we were.

Port Reviews

San Juan

Docking right in OLd San Juan, walking off the ship to the quaint plaza and streets was a real pleasure. We have been in San Juan before thus it felt like re-visiting a dear old friend.

St. Thomas

Only a short 15-20 minute walk into Charlotte Amalie, taking in the sights along the way. The Havenside shopping complex is a shoppers mecca.

La Palma

Labadee - Haiti RCL resort was absolutely stunning.

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