10 Night Gems Of The Baltic (Copenhagen Roundtrip) Sail Date: July 09, 2010 Cabin Type: Balcony Traveled As: Couple Reviewed: 7 years ago
Ship was not very interesting. The architecture was uninspired. The public areas (atrium particularly) were very modest. Very little open space.
Food and Dining
3 out of 5
Few specialty restaurants. Buffet was not self-serve which meant waiting on lines for service. We had to ask steward for sodas and even for salt (for the first three days). Buffet closed early.
1 out of 5
Live shows were good, but otherwise there were rather fewr entertainment venues than other ships. Activities were limited by the minimal venues (no bowling, miniature golf, etc.). The pools were opened late in the morning and closed early.
We had to show our passports to enter AND to get back to the ship. The government employees at the passpot check points were surly and not at all welcoming. The Hermitage was like a sauna and the bus ride an ordeal.
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