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American Heritage (formerly Queen of the Mississippi) Review

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143 reviews

A Little Bit Heaven

Review for the USA Cruise on American Heritage (formerly Queen of the Mississippi)
10+ Cruises • Age 80s

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Sail Date: Dec 2021

So many previous passengers had recommended American Cruise Line ships that I had to see for myself. River cruising has always been one of my favorite vacations. ACL topped them all . The dining was superb serving the most thought- through meals every day morning, noon and night. The waiters were so attentive and informative about everything being served. The dining room as well as the entire ship was immaculate.

The tours were excellent sharing parts of our country that would have been difficult to see on your own. They really made me appreciate our country even more actually experiencing the places and conditions our forefathers experienced.

Since almost all of the cabins had balconies it made it extremely relaxing to just sit outside and enjoy the scenery, The cabins were spotless and comfortable with plenty of room .The activities were very interesting especially the speaker and crafts that were offered. The speaker was so informative about the ports and tours and the crafts were fun and interesting.

Cabin Review

The cabin we were in as well as most of the cabins were very accessible to everything,

Safety and cleanliness were their main interest. I also noticed how helpful everyone was for the handicapped passengers. The staff was always there to assist them in every way possible.

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