Embarkation went very smoothly. Found the ship very disabled friendly, was nowhere my partner couldn’t go ( he’s a full time wheelchair user) We booked a disabled inner porthole cabin 4498. What can I say, it was massive, wetroom was large all very wheelchair friendly. It was near the lifts too, perfect!!
Dining.. tried the Italian restaurant (paid extra) for our friends 60th birthday.. was disappointed with the food. The food in the Windows main dining room was really nice.. only one complaint.. some of the staff need to be trained better!! They were taking away some of our starter plates while someone was still eating.. bad etiquette!!
We ate in the Shogun restaurant.. was lovely too.
Entertainment.. found it so so.. the house band was very good listened to them a lot.
Service on board was fantastic.. didn’t wait any length of time for drinks etc.. we thought our wine Steward Paula was excellent, such a happy friendly girl.
Our room steward Neil was great. Enjoyed the towel art on our bed most nights
Excellent very large disabled cabin. Large wetroom. We were very pleased with our room. Lots of turning space for a wheelchair
Took a bus excursion tour to the Mosque II.. apart from the Mosque found it very boring!! Casablanca I found disappointing very run down.
Walked off the ship.. town very close..
Walked into town again not very far
Walked into town again.. just had a wander round the shops and stopped in a few bars
Walked into town. This was our favourite port. My friend and I did the cable car ride to the top 11 euros or 16 euros return. We also did the Toboggan ride 30 euros for 2. It was fun. We got a taxi back down into town 20 euros. It was very steep to walk down in flip flops!!