SAM9

SAM9
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Joined: 07/23/2015
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Eurodam

July 2015 - Eurodam to Europe - Northern Europe

Great Baltic Cruise

Just returned from a very nice cruise.  I have been asked what was the highlight of the trip and that is a hard question to answer.  We loved Stockholm. Tallin was very historic. The palaces and churches in Saint Petersburg were very ornate. Copenhagen was a  good city to explore. The Eurodam was very nice. Our cabin was very comfortable and well maintained. The ship staff was very friendly. The food was good. We normally prefer smaller ships but found the Eurodam size of 2100 passengers to be nice and it actually didn't feel that large. My only complaint is that the shore excursions are overpriced.  We only purchased 4 shore excursions and explored the other ports on our own.

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Kiel, Germany - Not much to Kiel itself but the shore excursion to Lubeck was nice.
Helsinki, Finland - Unfortunately our stop in Helsinki was on a Monday and many museums and churches are closed on Mondays. Some museums opened only for tours so check and see what day you will be there and plan accordingly.
Eurodam Eurodam - Holland America actually provided a free shuttle into Rostock and a free boat shuttle over to Warnemunde. A shore excursion was not needed. However, this wasn't known until after the deadline to cancel booked shore excursions had passed.

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shared a quick tip for Eurodam"Holland America actually provided a free shuttle into Rostock and a free boat shuttle over to Warnemunde. A shore excursion was not needed. However, this wasn't known until after the deadline to cancel booked shore excursions had passed. "