Gail Bald | March 9, 2018 | Royal Caribbean International | Brilliance of the Seas
We did this cruise in May/June 2016 and enjoyed the experience so we would use this company again. However, part of cruising is dressing for dinner either smart/casual or formal. There was a buffet restaurant if this was not to your liking. I thought that since most people made the effort, it was unfair to allow people in ‘beach shirts’, others wearing baseball caps and some with flip-flops into the dining rooms. The staff were excellent – very friendly and helpful.
In the evening there wasn’t always a main theatre show – a movie isn’t to everyones taste.
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