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Joie de Vivre Review

5.0 / 5.0
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Another wonderful cruise on Uniworld

Review for Joie de Vivre to Europe River
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10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Mar 2019
Cabin: Outside Stateroom with French Balcony
Every evening turn down service with tomorrow's info literature
Cave du Vin, hands on dinner

We just returned from another perfect cruise with Uniworld but it’s what we expected being return customers. Every time we get on board it’s like coming home again, we always see some cruise members from a previous cruise on other boats. This time it was the head chef and our waiter Alexander.

This particular cruise pays special attention to the D-Day landing sites in Normandy. For those of you interested in history and the sacrifices our young men made to free the world of terror, this is the cruise to take. Being there in person gives you a whole different perspective than what you got from the history books.

On board we enjoyed a plethora of gourmet meals accompanied by a superb selection of quality wines. Try the La Cave du Vin for cozy, hands on, fine dining in the boat’s wine cellar. Book as soon you get on board because it fills up quickly. There is an extra charge for this but worth it. And the bar in the Salon Toulouse will amaze you with the selection of fine beverages from all over the world.

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Outside Stateroom with French Balcony

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