My husband and I have traveled on many cruises all over the world. We were ready to eat the usual wonderful meals that we looked forward too, but it never happened. We felt sorry for the waiter;he gave excuses for which we understood that he was just the "waiter.". The food was either not cooked properly or overcooked. We ate at the buffet most of the day and as a courtesy to our waiter, we ate the evening meal in the dining room. The room stewart kept our room clean, We never saw him, We always looked forward to a mint, but we didn't get one. The information desk was a help when we talked to the ladies; the gentlemen was very rude.We found many people disatisfied with the meals and the unfriendly people on the cruise ship, Our suggestion would be to get a Chef or chefs that know how to cook and present the food to the guests.
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