Stephen | January 4, 2019 | P&O Cruises | Azura
Having Cruised on the AZURA twice before, you do notice how the ship has become ‘tired’ looking. We had a wonderful cabin stewardess ‘ANA’, who did a wonderful job and was always attentive. The food was plentiful, in fact towards the end of the cruise, we tended to skip the main dinner, and settled for a later buffett snack. this enabled us to be able to get to the shows early, to secure a decent seat.
The Entertainment was ‘fair’, the shows from the theatre company, we have seen before, so we never bothered.
the comedians were great. it seems that most entertainment was for Tribute Acts !! and singers. i was looking for perhaps a bit more variety. The last cruise in October 2013 on AZURA, (18 DAYS) and this 15 day cruise,there wasn’t any MAGIC ACTS which many audiances would enjoy (i feel) perhaps Simon Cowell has a say in the entertainment schedul??!
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