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Britannia Review

5.0 / 5.0
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Review for Britannia to Europe
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Martin A
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Mar 2019
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Wanted to see the Bulb Fields and Keukenhof, which we did under our own steam. Pity P&O did not put on their own excursions to Keukenhof, a world class venue.

Embarkation was excellent, seems to get slicker each time.

Some new dishes on MDR menus but basically still the same over last few years, still lots of choice but some more new dishes needed on the menu cycles.

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Cabin BE Suite

Have been in these suites before and they are very nice, but suites forward/aft are bigger, as are suites on older ships. Lots of wardrobe space but minor niggle limited drawer space.

Sharing with two young children would be fine, but with one or two adults, too cosy. Our Steward whilst good and pleasant did not make the cabin up until almost midday, in the past cabin was always made up by the time we were back from breakfast.

Upto two people could stay in the suite for "from £1" which would have given suite extras for four (Epicurean breakfast being the thing, it is very good). Yet our friends booked another cabin rather than share but we could not all have Epicurean breakie.

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