Overall, the cruise turned out to be a very pleasant experience.The ship was clean though some carpets badly needed replacement. Servers and assistants were all in smiles and earned their tips.The food was tasty and served timely (late seating). Our company at the table proved most interesting.Luggage handling went smoothly at both ports.Our outside cabin at first appeared a bit too small for the three of us but proved to be well laid out to hide our cavernous suitcases out of sight.Even though we hit some rough waters (15-foot waves), the ship's stabilizers worked well and the shaking was moderate as was the rattling sound.The land excursions were a bit pricey so we undertook a lot on our own at the pace we liked (late breakfasts you know). It was perfect - no pressure and some mprovisation. The result: we got to see a lot. Entertainment was a bit disappointing; singles mingles poorly attended. So was the nightly Disco. But then this was not your typical wild crowd?We liked the fact that Church services were available onboard. The shopping in the ports of call was awesome due to the end-of-the-season sales going on everywhere.The colorful autumn scenery, bustling Anchorage and quaint ports of call, the wildlife, exciting train rides, unique Denali experience and the most relaxing weekend in sunny and beautiful Vancouver have made this a memorable trip. In short, the cruise was definitely worth booking. Mariusz from Calif. + parents from Poland
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