Vision of the Seas Cruise Review to Mexico

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3 out of 5

A wonderful relaxing cruise

Sail Date: May 18, 2008

Reviewed: 7 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Oceanview

Although we had a wonderful time on this cruise, we found that we were constantly comparing it to the ships in the Freedom or Voyager Class even the Radiance class ships that we presently have been on. We selected this cruise based on the ports visited and the sea days;however, if you are accustom to sailing on the newer, larger ships you might be disappointed.

Pros: Two sea days in a row

Cons: The amenties on the ship were not the same as the Voyager or Freedom class and once you have been on those ships it is hard to go backwards even though the Vision went to ports we haven't been to.

Recommends Vision of the Seas? Yes!

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
Had a great tour that took us up into the mountains, showing the best of Puerto Vallarta. We had lunch in a tiny remote Mexican Village where we were able to buy goods without feeling we were being ripped off.
Don't Miss: Deluxe City Tour, inexpensive but great!
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
Was very disappointed, not the glamour that it once was. The price for a tiny pair of opal earings was $875. Prices were very high. No bargains.

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