Macchia - Answered a Question by Ryckman (23 Mar 08 21:50)

We are booked on the Amazara Quest 14 day Italian tour the end of April. We are wondering what the speciality restuarants on board are like. One of the ports of call is Florence...Since we are docked overnight we were thinking of getting a room in Florence since it's a distance from the port. Any suggestions regarding this would be greatly. Submitted: Andy and Irene Macchia, Crystal Lake, IL .

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Ida and Neil Down - Answered a Question by Ryckman (13 Feb 08 12:13)

The suites on the stern of the ship are wonderful and give so much space and great for a small party too. The only downside apart from a little more movement in stormy weather is that you occasionally get smuts from the stack falling so don't leave clothes that you value out there. I would think that if this is your first cruise air transportation would be advisable and if possible fly in a couple of days early to get the jet-lag out of the way and enjoy a bit of Rome or wherever. We are on Quest later this year and really love the style shape and ambiance of the ship as I am sure you will. One word of warning ...watch out for pick-pockets and bag-snatchers on foot and scooter all over Italy....Nei.

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