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  1. We are booked to travel in early November down the Rhine. Fingers crossed that we get to go. I’m sure it will be different from our last cruise, but I’m fine with new protocols and procedures to get back out into the world. Must keep a positive outlook to get through this and have something to look forward to.
  2. On our river cruise we did not experience any engine noise (despite being in the smallest rooms on the lower level). We also did not experience any problem with motion. In fact there were times we didn’t know we were moving unless we opened the curtains and looked out the window! I hope you enjoy your cruise as much as we enjoyed ours!
  3. The pictures on the AMA website (and you can look at your actual ship) are exactly what you get. There was also a fridge in the room. Bathroom was compact but fine for us wIth storage in the medicine cabinet. The room is “cozy” but we didn’t have a problem with the size. One morning while sailing we sat at the back of the ship (in the evening the room is used as the chef’s table dining room, another afternoon we were up on deck soaking in the sun (a beautiful warm November day), the lounge is always open with plenty of seating. The staff is incredible, friendly and will do everything to m
  4. Hi Annie11455. We were in one of the smallest cabins in 2018. There are pictures(I recall) on tha AMA website and in their brochure. We found the cabin sufficient for us. Just two windows just above the water. Our luggage fit under the bed and there was plenty of closet space, shelf space and night stands with a drawer on each side. Our ship sometimes tendered to other ships so those with balconies had a “view” of someone else’s room. We spent very little time in the room since we were put all day on excursions or in the dining room or lounge. We booked again in 2021 and took the same r
  5. Hi AF-1. We sailed in November of 2018. We usually changed for dinner but not necessarily dressy (leggings, a sweater or blouse) but we did dress for the dinner at The Chef’s Table. Most men had jackets, ladies were black pants and blouses. Few were in dresses. For the most part it is very casual in the dining room but most people we never were told any dress code as in.no jeans. I’m sure there were nights my husband wore a pair of jeans to dinner.
  6. Hi Katmu we loved cruising in early November. The weather was very good, holiday decorations just coming out in certain cities, a low crowds. Off season, in my opinion, is the way to go. We just booked for November of 2021 and I’m already counting the days (ok, months.....).
  7. We were on an AMA cruise just over a year ago. There were a few singles on the cruise. We invited one gentleman to each lunch with us and often saw him dining with other couples as well and joining in with different groups of people on excursions. The staff on board goes above and beyond, so although we went as a couple, I’m sure they strive to make solo travelers comfortable. As for the water levels, we did our Danube cruise in November. Water levels were fine until the end and we were bussed to Budapest. In the thread leading up to the cruise some trips in the summer and autumn wer
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