susan mountford | August 24, 2013 | P&O Cruises | Azura
Whilst Azura is a beautiful and striking ship, we felt the atmosphere was lost as the ship is too big.
On previous [email protected] cruises we noticed the cut backs they had made which we were looking forward to , example the chocolate afternoons and the seafood afternoons, also as it was Christmas there used to have a garland put outside your cabin this was also missing.
We felt a lot of the entertainment was purely for the younger passengers so we did not enjoy this holiday as much as we have before.
The stewards were not as friendly and spent a lot of the time talking to each other, Christmas day was like a morgue!
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