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Old 06-01-2007, 04:44 PM   #1
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Some thoughts on my med. excursions

Hi everyone, I can't find the threads about the Med. excursions and the internet is so slow it's eating my minutes, so for those who are interested, here’s a few comments about the excursions that I have taken so far…


Horse show in Cadiz: This was a big waste of time and money. The show was nice, but not worth the money and the kids were bored. Arabian nights in Orlando provided a better show.
We were supposed to get a box lunch but they “surprised” us with a Tapas lunch. It consisted of mini ham and cheese sandwiches, slices of more ham and cheese, and a potato frittata. If you can’t eat pork like my husband, it really wasn’t much of a lunch.

Palermo and the Ballero Market:
The church was beautiful and the tour guide was excellent, but we seemed to circle the city quite a few times to kill time and the walk to the market was interesting. We called it “strolling through Ghetto Sicily”. The market is quite old and beware that it is a food market and the rest is similar to a flea market. The problem is that we all visited the market in Barcelona (on Las Ramblas) and it was incredible, beautiful stands with everything from nuts, candy, pizza, fish, dairy etc….
So we were expecting something similar. Just be prepared that it is a very local market.
The snack was excellent; it was almost a full lunch. Samples of pizza, traditional chickpea bread, olives, sardines, different cheeses, bread, and wine and soda.

"Timeless Pompeii and the Flavors of Sorrento”
Sorrento was great and the stop at the farm to see how they made mozzarella. The food was terrific and the hospitality was wonderful. My big complaints were the not so subtle stops at two stores that were “supposedly” factories. It was obvious to everyone that we stopped there only because the tour company was getting kickbacks for everything we bought. We basically used the bathrooms and waited outside by the bus.
Pompeii was nice (even in the rain) but in the 2 hours we were there, we spent only the last 10 minutes looking the bodies and other objects. (This is what we all wanted to see) We spent the whole time looking at house after house but we only saw 2 out of 40 bodies.
We could have spent 1 hour (or even 90 minutes) looking at the homes and 30 minutes looking at the bodies and other items.

"Rome on your own":
Great and it only took 70 minutes instead of the 90-minute bus ride. Here is the complaint that may cause some flames: We had to meet the bus in Rome at 5pm. (Though the ship didn’t leave until 10pm) We could have had at least 1-2 more hours in Rome, but we had to get back in time for the guests who had main dining. I’m sorry, but I’m in Rome, the home to some of the best cuisine in the world. I would kill to have a great Roman dinner. But no, we had to rush back so people can eat at their 6pm dining. The food on DCL is good, but I and most other people would gladly skip the dining room in order to eat in Rome.
I spoke to guest services about this and according to a survey they took, most people wanted to get back in time to eat because they “paid” for it and don’t want to spend money on food that they can get for “free” on the ship. I could see if this happened for all the excursions, but ROME??? Come on, people!! You are in ROME!! Skip the dining room and live a little!!!

Last excursion:
Make your own perfume in Villefranche:

(I actually didn’t take it. I had it reserved but changed to another excursion. )
BIG ISSUE WITH THIS EXCURISON!! You do not make your own perfume; you make one per party. So for example, if you go with a group of 4 (mom, dad, 2 kids) you make 1 sample for all 4 people. It is very mis-leading because no -where does it state this. All it says is “create your very own scent”. Doesn’t this imply that each person makes their own???
This is a very expensive excursion to make only 1 sample per party.

Any questions, let me know!!

Only 4 days left

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Old 06-01-2007, 05:48 PM   #2
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Thanks so much for posting your excursion experiences.

I was wondering if you could tell me a bit more about the "Rome on Your Own"
excursion. I have reserved this for my family of 5. Where did the bus drop you off and where did it pick you up? Was it easy to find? Did you have lunch somewhere good? On my printout confirmation for the excursion it says from 8:15 AM to 6:45 PM. Was that the time schedule you had? Does 6:45 mean back to the bus or time you get back to the ship?

Sorry for so many questions, but this is the one excursion I'm second guessing myself on.

Thanks for any insight you can give.

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Yes I have the same questions as lzj21428

I thought the ship leaves Rome at earlier and not 10PM, but I am be thinking of a different port.
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Bumping, so that OP will hopefully see this before it gets pushed to far back.
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Thanks so much for posting your excursion experiences.

I was wondering if you could tell me a bit more about the "Rome on Your Own"
excursion. I have reserved this for my family of 5. Where did the bus drop you off and where did it pick you up? Was it easy to find? Did you have lunch somewhere good? On my printout confirmation for the excursion it says from 8:15 AM to 6:45 PM. Was that the time schedule you had? Does 6:45 mean back to the bus or time you get back to the ship?

Sorry for so many questions, but this is the one excursion I'm second guessing myself on.

Thanks for any insight you can give.

Nina
Hi,
Just got back from Portifino and Santa Margerita. It would have been great if it didn't rain all day....

Regarding Rome, we met at 8:15 and boarded the bus by 8:45am. We got to Rome about 10am. It gave us 2 options for drop off. The first was near the Spanish steps at Piazza Barbarini. The other stop was near the Vatican. We had to meet the bus at 5pm at Piazza Barbarini. We were back on the ship at 6:30.

We ate at a restaurant near the Collusseum. It was good, 3 courses (brushetta, pizza, and fruit) for 12 euros.

Lots of good choices to eat. The tour guide gives you a great map and out of the 3 maps we had, that one was the best. We used the metro to get around. It was 1 Euro and it was fast.

Any more questions, please ask!!!

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Thank you for telling us about the perfumerie excursion. I have signed up for this with my 10 year old daughter and we are paying the adult price for her. And it says, "Adults will recieve a complimetary souvenir soap and 100 ml perfume bottle. Children recieve a complimentary souvenir soap shaped like a duck or a sailor." It should say "One per party." Did anyone complain to DCL about the discrepancy? Thank you again. This is the kind of information I have been looking for from previous cruisers.

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Jen, thank you so much for the info. This is really helpful.

One more question for you, which do you think was the better drop off point?

Oops, another one, was anyone late for the bus and did they say what would happen if you missed it or would they wait a certain amount of time for you? Big fear of mine is to miss my mode of transportation!!!

Thanks again for all the info you provided.

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. . . I’m sorry, but I’m in Rome, the home to some of the best cuisine in the world. I would kill to have a great Roman dinner. But no, we had to rush back so people can eat at their 6pm dining. . .
We spent a week in Rome last year, and you're right about the food!

Hopefully you tossed a coin into the Trevi Fountain to ensure your return to Rome.

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Take the train into Rome. Its fast and easy. You can spend more time in Rome.
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One thought for some of you still going: on the special southern Caribbean last September, we got a lot of info on ports from cruise critic dot com and created our own excursions for all ports except one. Maybe you could use that site to make Rome a little more to your personal liking. I missed out on Europe this year, but I have to agree: if I was in Rome, I'd have to eat there.
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We waited about 5 minutes for people then we left. We had everyone so I don't know how long we would have waited if not everyone was onboard.

I liked the stop at the Vatican since we wanted to go there first. The museum closes early (3:45) so we didn't want to go too late.

We took the DCL excursion because we had the kids stay on the ship.

I would also recommend doing the train, though it wasn't much faster than the bus. I was comparing it with friends who took the train and it was only about 10 minutes faster. Plus, with the bus, we get dropped off in front of the ship. With the train, you had to walk to the shuttle pick up and wait for that.

Let me remind everyone that it seems like these excursions are a work in progress. What may happen with us may not happen with you. (I won't even begin to write about the boat ride to Capri) We are the guinea pigs and they are tweaking things along the way.

We were in Marseille today. DCL wanted 40 Euro to do the "Little Train" ride through Marseille. IT actually costs 5 Euro. Marseille is very easy to do and if you plan to stay in Marseille, I don't think there is a need for a DCL excursion.

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Could you tell me more about the Santa Magherita and Porto Fino excursion?
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Leaving kids onboard

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We waited about 5 minutes for people then we left. We had everyone so I don't know how long we would have waited if not everyone was onboard.

I liked the stop at the Vatican since we wanted to go there first. The museum closes early (3:45) so we didn't want to go too late.

We took the DCL excursion because we had the kids stay on the ship.

I would also recommend doing the train, though it wasn't much faster than the bus. I was comparing it with friends who took the train and it was only about 10 minutes faster. Plus, with the bus, we get dropped off in front of the ship. With the train, you had to walk to the shuttle pick up and wait for that.

Let me remind everyone that it seems like these excursions are a work in progress. What may happen with us may not happen with you. (I won't even begin to write about the boat ride to Capri) We are the guinea pigs and they are tweaking things along the way.

We were in Marseille today. DCL wanted 40 Euro to do the "Little Train" ride through Marseille. IT actually costs 5 Euro. Marseille is very easy to do and if you plan to stay in Marseille, I don't think there is a need for a DCL excursion.

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Can you only leave the kids onboard if you have an excursion with DCL?
We were considering taking the train in to Rome and we are planning on leaving the kids onboard.
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Can you only leave the kids onboard if you have an excursion with DCL?
We were considering taking the train in to Rome and we are planning on leaving the kids onboard.
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Well.... I've never heard of that rule. So I don't believe you have to take DCL tour to leave your kids in the club.

I think the reason she took DCL tours is because she knew DCL would do everything in their power to make sure she made it back to the ship. If you are on your own, there would be no way for DCL or you to be contacted. So the ship may sail without you. Or if something happened to your children in the club then, again if you are touring on your own then, DCL wouldn't have a way to contact you.
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