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Jloss

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  1. Thanks for the response! I was referring to the small group chefs table for $180 pp.
  2. Do you have to wait until you board to reserve the chef’s dinner at S.A.L.T.? We were able to book Ladame on the website but haven’t see a spot to reserve that experience. Thanks for the all the updates - super helpf! We land in Rome on Wednesday, board Nova on Thursday!
  3. Great intel all - I am truly appreciative of the fast/quality feedback. My Wife and I determined we are more than comfortable what sounds to be a broad, active mix of possible neighbors. In fact we'd much rather interact with 55's than 25's so we went ahead and booked the trip! As mentioned earlier, we travel a lot throughout North America/Caribbean but this will be the first "across the pond" and we couldn't be more excited! Thanks again to all!
  4. @SLSD - thanks for the tip! I am such a rookie when it comes to cruises that I hadn’t even heard of that line! I will def check into it! Appreciate the heads up
  5. This is great intel! Thanks for all of the responses. We are leaning towards moving forward given the ports are Cities I know we would love and great food on-board is more important to us than an active social scene. We travel extensively in and out of the country - just haven’t made it to Europe yet. I love the fact that have set up flights, vehicle connections and the pre-arranged excursions look awesome. We are targeting 1st week of September (it’s based on when we can get support for our 3 kids at home). Thanks again for the responses!!
  6. Greetings! My Wife and I are in our late 30’s/40’s and have a 10 day window to travel to Europe from the Midwest (US). My thought is that doing a cruise could be the best way to see several sites and have assistance navigating a fun/full trip that allows us to see the sights, enjoy the food and drinks and learn about the culture of several spots without having to figure out what train leaves when, how to jump airports etc. Neither of us have traveled to Europe. We have our eyes set on a Silversea 7 day cruise that leaves from Rome and ends at Monte Carlo. I’m not too worried about budget and we like the idea of a smaller ship however I am a little worried that the average age on the ship is going to be 90. We plan to leave the ship daily for excursions but we are social and like to have fun and wonder if this may not be a fit due to age. Can anyone provide feedback on whether or not these ships are like floating retirement villages? Thanks in advance for any insight!!!
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