-We were hoping to discover France's culture and French food, but only discovered Avalon's version.
-Since we joined this Cruise from another Avalon cruise, there was no welcome aboard, only surprise from the staff when we asked for a daily activity sheet.(never did receive one)
-Very nice accommodations, loved the large sliding window.
-Loved the intimate lite meal options , in the Panorama Lounge. We do not care for the noise of a 'dining hall'.
-Liked the option of a top sheet and blanket, instead of a duvet, for the bed. ( not a duvet fan)
-Better description of activity levels is needed for excursions, some people on excursions should not have gone due to physical limitations, food restrictions, ect. Staff and or Cruise Director could have resolved these issues and saved some guest embarrassment.
-Staff customer service could be improved on. Staff interaction improved as it got closer to the end of the cruse ( tip time)
-Disliked the Big ship feel, even though there were only a little more than 120 guests.
-Upper deck almost unusable due to height of bridges.
-We went with this trip to experience the Seine and experience the 75th Anniversary of D-Day .
D-Day remembrance was good, however none of our group had an idea of the plan for the ceremony. Even though we found out that there was a schedule available, Avalon did not supply one.
*Probably will not travel with Avalon again.
-Very nice accommodations, loved the large sliding window. -Liked the option of a top sheet and blanket, instead of a duvet, for the bed. ( not a duvet fan)