Canaries September on Britannia
Paul and Margaret Craddock | October 16, 2023 | P&O Cruises | Britannia
We did enjoy the cruise – lovely weather and ports of call. We met some lovely people. However, the virtual queue for Freedom dining in the Meridian didn’t work and was frustrating. One night we were 32 in the queue and still 45 mins later. Apparently it was our fault – go to reception and they’ll show you how to use it – patronising? very.
The food was good but choice much reduced. No trays in the buffet and food was a bit repetitious.
Our cabin didn’t have much storage space, also no maps for ports of call, the cost cutting was very obvious.
Lifts were a nightmare and the theatre wasn’t large enough for a ship of that size.
We wont go on Britannia again
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