I chose it for the ports. The food was mediocre at best and the ship sort of rundown. Many signs in the elevators and on each deck were hard to read due to aging. The entertainment was ok some nights and pretty blah other nights. Our cabin stupid appeared at times to have dementia as he introduced himself to us three times in two days not realizing we had already met! The staff were nice and ai lived the ports of call and the ease of boarding and disembarking. The cabin cost a small fortune but the drawer space was so minimal we had to keep sweaters in our suitcase under the bed! The bed was also really uncomfrotable with a zipper connecting two twins so rolling over to snuggle with husband was unpleasant as I would be lying on hard pieces of metal! As far as food goes, vegetarian is not a special diet and is the norm in several countries. The menus did not seem to think about this and by the end of the ten days I was desperate for protein.
Too small and not enough drawer space for 10 night cruise! The bed was uncomfortable because it had some kind of zippered pad to connect two twins that resulted in a bump in the center of the bed and the metal part of the zipper being uncomfortable. Also would prefer lighting in the shower
Spent two days here pre cruise and lived it even though someone tried to steal from mu nackpack on the subway. Other passengers saw and told me and thieves got off train empty handed