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American Harmony Review

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Lots of history and terrain changes

Review for American Harmony to the USA
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2-5 Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Sep 2022
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A great chance to learn more about Lewis & Clark's expedition from a knowledgeable historian. He was a fun and interesting presenter with lots of photos. The evening entertainers were, for the most part, not our cup of tea but lots of folks seemed to really enjoy them. We were quite comfortable relaxing in our room or in on of the many lounge areas.

The Snake & Columbia Rivers locks were quite interesting. Seeing the changes in the land & mountains was fascinating. The excursions were interesting and extended the onboard educational and fun aspects. We were very well cared for with the food choices and serving options, the room care, the planning presented for the coming day, and someone always available to answer any questions.

The ship was in terrific condition, felt new and quite comfortable. As immunocompromised travelers, we noted there were only a handful of mask wearers, but we found it was easy to still feel safe on the ship with all of the lounge areas indoors and out, and the large main dining room.

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Perfect room!

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