Finding the Cruise Terminal...Baltimore Needs Improved Sinage!!!
Overall the cruise aboard the Grandeur of The Seas was great. Crew was exceptional...boat was nice, and destination was a first for us. Walking around the King's Wharf area was a let down...not too much to do. The Five Hour Mini Bus tour to Saint George was great. We had a fantastic tour guide that was able to talk non-stop for the Full Five Hours. We now understand Bermuda's layout and history very well...recommend it strongly. Grandeur of The Seas tribute to America's: Vets and other service organization was well received. The ship's music programs and shows were everywhere...theater and centrum lobby. It was great. I was disgusted with the price of beer, wine and bar drinks...absolutely too expensive. This one fact alone is enough to make me think long and hard before taking another Royal Caribbean Cruise.
Someone in the cruise industry needs to talk to the Baltimore/Maryland governments and point out to them that unless you are arriving on Interstate 95 there are no signs pointing towards the Cruise Terminal. Likewise Royal Caribbean needs to have the street address on the contract so it can be entered in a GPS.
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