This was a great cruise. We took it last fall. Gotta say that Captain Rockstar (those of you who know, know who) was a treat at sea. Had dinner with him, chatted it up and he agreed with me - Greek captain, Greek staff but no Greek food? What's wrong with this picture? We LOVE Greek food! Celebrity, are you listening? I'm sure Michel Roux can whip up anything.
Anyway, we were in Cabin 1001, which is the last cabin down the hall before you get to the crew's quarters. Well, one of the crewmembers had some fun one night because I could hear the music loud and clear coming from the cabin next to ours (his cabin). I almost called the front desk to complain, but then the music went away.
At the time it wasn't funny, but I laugh about it now. Celebrity, you still have my business. Now you need to launch some new ships because I've been on all of yours. Any new ones on the Horizon? Get it? Horizon? Oops, bad pun! LOL
At the time it wasn't funny, but I laugh about it now. Celebrity, you still have my business. Now you need to launch some new ships because I've been on all of yours. Any new ones on the Horizon? Get it? Horizon? Oops, bad pun!
Yes, very, very bad pun indeed. Well, the first two thirds of a pun, actually....
But you obviously have not been paying very close attention to this board because if you had been paying attention, you would know that Celebrity Cruises has two new ships of the new Solstice class (117,000 tons, 2850 passengers double occupancy) under construction, to be named Solstice and Equinox.
Actually, we were invited to a private lunch with the captain and a few other passengers. He had the chef prepare an awesome Greek lunch. Wish they would do that more often, like maybe once a cruise. They could have it in the dining room at lunch or something. They did several different ethnic specialties on the pool deck for lunch, so I say, "hook me up with a couple of gyros and some saganaki!"