September 2015 - Serenade of the Seas to Canada, New England, New York
The food was surprisingly as good as what Allure of the Seas serves. We loved the thermal beds which we used every day during our shortened cruise. We had to depart from the ship in Bar Harbour due to a family matter. The piano player named Antonio was wonderful though we had seen him on a cruise a few years ago and he not only performed for a longer period of time and did more of our favorites. Those songs were on the CD were purchased so that resolved the issue. The bed was very comfortable and we loved the accessable room. It made especially my wife's ability to enjoy the safety bars, height of the toilet, walk-in shower just during our stay. The solarium and spa's were 2 of our favorite areas. Quebec City became one of our new popular cities. Charlletown, Halifx, and St. John were all pleasant stops. We liked St. John best of those 3. The changing tides are extremely interesting. We are sorry we couldn't finish the cruise (missing the East Coast). The biggest disappointment was that we never really saw what could have been fall foliage due to the weather which had nothing to do with the Serenade of the Seas which we re-booked for a future date. I must note the crew was very pleasant but nobody could top our cabin attendant of 4017 which was one of the best we have ever had on the many cruises we have made in the past.