Cruise Holidays - Attheta Travel

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Friday, May 7, 2010

Ship Tour - Celebrity Millennium

While repositioning for the summer season in Alaska, the Celerity Millennium stopped in Seattle for a day. While the ship was docked at pier 66 (downtown Seattle), we were able to tour the ship. Since our last visit to the Millennium was more than five years ago, we wanted to see the condition of the ship. It was launched in 2000 and can carry 2034 passengers. Ship description


We found the ship in excellent shape. It was refurbished last year, but does not have all the "Solstice" upgrades that Celebrity is making to the Millennium class ships. These upgrades are planned for 2012.

After the tour, we had an excellent lunch aboard the ship. We have always enjoyed our time on a Celebrity ship.

In February, we will be onboard the Millennium for a 10 day cruise in the Southern Caribbean. We are looking forward to that cruise. We are going with a group of friends -- check out our trip -- we love San Juan!  Drop us an email message if you want more information: travel@attheta.com   Trip Information
Taken from forward lounge on deck 11

Seattle skyline

 Observation lounge/nightclub on deck 11

Main pool on deck 11

 Carolyn & Ned

AquaSpa pool

Grand Foyer

Sunday, May 2, 2010

Customer Feedback – Message from Elise

Carnival Splendor- RT from Long Beach to the Mexican Riviera

We had SUCH a great time on our trip! Here are some of my thoughts:

• Boat: the boat was really nice and very clean. The staff were all super nice and the housekeeping crew was AMAZING.

• Food: REALLY good. Especially the Deli/Sandwich station in the back of the boat. The dining room food was also always fantastic.

• Entertainment: it was good - but REALLY cheesy. Perfect for families. There were a few comedians that were very funny - definitely a highlight. (Better for young adults like us)

• Excursions: Zip Lining in Puerto Vallarta was so much fun! The guides were absolutely hilarious and made the whole experience. Stone Island in Mazatlan was great. Again - a great guide and the beach was beautiful. We had our lunch personally delivered to us on the beach and although snorkeling was cancelled due to murky water - boogie boarding was a blast! In Cabo we took a water taxi to Lovers’ Beach to snorkel. It was gorgeous there and had great snorkeling spots. We also did our souvenir shopping there.

Again, thank you so so much for helping us with all of this. We appreciated it so much. I was telling a co-worker about my trip and she is going to try and convince her husband to go with her to Alaska. I gave her your e-mail so she may contact you soon!

I've also attached a few pictures from our trip:

All of us on the boat at sunset

Elise and Charlie snorkeling in Cabo

Sarah and Evan on a boat to catch a bus up the mountain to zip line in PV.

Evan, Sarah and Charlie on our catamaran to Stone Island in Mazatlan.

Elise and Sarah on the Lido deck for lunch

Sarah and Evan watching Star Trek on the poolside theatre

Decks 9, 10, 11

Lover's beach in Cabo - great shot of the Splendor!
Thank you, Elise!


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