I have to hand it to the cruise director for planning so many events in such a short time and yet you still felt relaxed and unrushed. All in all a terrific cruise.
I had a short but wonderful time on this 3 day cruise. The title of the voyage "Queen for a Day" refers to Mother's Day (I think). I found the food to be excellent. The service slow but courteous. Lots of lines (Should it be called the Queue M2?). I had the cheapest inside accommodations but it proved to be very comfortable. Loved the Canyon Ranch toiletries, the robe AND SLIPPERS, the duvet (it was snowy white so they must keep them laundered). Even the in-cabin tv was wonderful which included channels devoted to the ship, the history of Cunard, lectures from prior sailings concerning the golden days of the transatlantic crossings and other stuff.
We had a Friends of Dorothy gathering at 1 pm both sea days in the Commmodore Lounge. Didn't feel the need to attend both but it was nice that they were provided.
Marni Nixon was one of the guest speakers (I guess Lipsynka was unavailable!) It was fun hearing her tales of Hollywood and dishing Natalie Wood.
The production shows were a hoot. Very over the top. The planetarium show in Illuminations was fantastic. It was the show I saw last year at the Museum of Natural History in NYC. By the way, check out the tush on the Mercury statues outside the entrances to Illuminations.
Aside from the slow service, my only other criticism is the tiny size of the indoor pool area. What were they thinking?