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About nimiq

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    Cruises and our condo in Puerto Vallarta
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  1. I guess we had a very different experience on the Divina .....The MDR was so tight that the servers had trouble walking in between tables. The service on the entire ship was slow even the bars so not sure that this ship felt un crowded. They do have great big shows but on the other hand the rest of the night entertainment was a bit boring. Overall we had a good cruise on a gorgeous ship but would never sujest this line to a hardcore Holland Fan.
  2. Thats was a real joke as well ...she did not do much and was not even present on the first U.S cruise of the Nieuw Statendam.
  3. Very well said a bit like RCCL to Celebrity to Azamara
  4. She might be good with the Public at Princess but besides the newer ships being very nice the older ones even with some upgrades are so outdated.
  5. America's Test Kitchen and Club Orange no one is ever there and heard nothing very great about it.
  6. My first ever cruise with HAL was on Westerdam in 2008 and thought it was very nice but OMG so boring at night. Lots of you might not be fans of his but under him must admit that some of the initiatives launched like the Music Walk Concept (Lincoln Center Stage, BB Kings, Billboard Onboard, Rolling Stone Rock Room) have all been very well like by the older and younger crowd. On the other hand the food in the MDR has fallen (Like most lines) and some new specialty dinning venues have been a total disaster. I thought while not being perfect hes brought back the joy of traveling on Hal with a mix of older and younger but still more adult family oriented cruise. Thnaks Sea ya Eric
  7. I simply go up to any bar and ask for two empty wine glasses.
  8. Very interesting thank you Eric
  9. Same here booked with Shore Trips and Tours but the 2hrs Glow Worm tour. @banditoo did you receive a confirmation email and where to meet them ? Sea ya Eric
  10. Hello Frances, I just look at so many option and the train looks to be very long and very expensive ...So just sent a message for the Citywalks to see if they still have room as this seems more reasonable and interesting. Thanks for the suggestions. Sea ya Eric
  11. Again your info are so welcomed. I will do exactly what you have written for Wellington as its seems to pretty much be an entire day. For Bay of Island we have done the Russell thing last year so thought of doing the Glowworms tour unless you thought of other interesting thing to do. For Turanga we are going to do the Hobbiton tour. The only one still not decided on yet is Napier as it seems everyone is doing a wine tour and they are almost sold out. We are pretty much nature people we love walking and walking. We dont like shopping. Thanks again Eric
  12. Hello, OMG !! all this information is very interesting as we will be in Wellington port in February. My question is do you think it is possible to walk from the cruise port to the cable car and then do the Botanical garden and then Zealanda ? Thanks Sea Ya Eric
  13. Hello Mike, Here are our stops : Bay of Islands, NZ Tauranga, NZ Napier,NZ Wellington, NZ Dunedin,NZ As for the ship I have study pretty much everything there should be so I am good. Thanks Sea ya Eric
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