As I tramp the streets lingering in any suggestion of foliage, I swoon in an oven of warmth. In my gym, rivulets pour off our bodies from weird places, like the backs of hands. I dream of walk-in fridges. When all you can think about is cooling off, this coastal city in the Caribbean can be annoyingly, infuriating, maddeningly short of ablution spots.
Proper beaches lie only just outside the city, so within the city limits what remains is a motley crew of disparate—and sparse—natural swimming spots or the option of an expensive hotel pool.
Said pool attendant, it appears, is now under suspicion for his nefarious privatizing activities. Which, by the way, are standard here. Nothing says mid-century quite like the Hotel Habana Riviera , once a casino-hotel of ill repute built with Vegas dosh by mobster Meyer Lanksy. The pool is overlooked by the towers of the Museo de las Bellas Artes, the Cuban wing of the national fine arts museum. My only complaint is the pool is a little tepid for me; I like mine icy-crisp.
Local life unfolds around the pool, divided into a shallow area for children, and a deeper adult pool. It is ruled by a gaggle of nut-brown, sun-ravaged sexagenarian Russians and Italians. The Copacabana entrance fee is steep, all things considered, so I tend to walk in as if I own the place and ask the pool guy if I can pay him direct. It used to be spruced up and packed with fancy yachts not so much these days. When I want to sit on a more classic Caribbean beach, I head to the Eastern Beaches, or the Playas del Este, which start 23 kilometers from the city center, spooling out along the glistening turquoise coast in a long, unkempt ribbon of white sand and fat, scrappy palms.
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From here on out the checkin process was smooth. Nobody was in the suites line in the terminal and our creditcard was swiped and sea-passes given in the blink of an eye, and off to the ship we went. I think we must have been aboard at around 3. On board we checked our room right away and it didn't seemed to be cleaned very well, which is odd for a OS room.
Nevertheless we started exploring this big and great room. It didn't take a long time before we where done and where about to check on our dinning table. Once we left our room we bumped into our stateroom attended. He apologised for the 'messiness' and explained that this was his first day on the job oh boy He promised all would be fine. Checked the dinning room table , found our table and made our way wondering through the ship.
Dinner the first night and meeting our waiter Alifton , head waiter Donald and assistant waiter Lally was great! Such a dedication to serve us throughout this cruise. Once back in our room turndown service was provided Day 2 - St. Thomas Leaving the ship to stroll around Charlotte and booked a last minute island tour by one of the people offering it on the streets 20 USD pp, nothing special. Once back in the room at 2pm we noticed that our bed wasn't made and that the room wasn't cleaned yet OK, this is starting to be annoying.
We brought the issue to Silvia attention that afternoon in the Concierge Room. All would be taken care off and indeed that night our bed was made No not really. The shower still looked somewhat dirty and the flooring around the bed wasn't vacuumed. This was also the day we met Ligia, the bartender at the Champagne Bar. We spent most of our afternoons there before the Concierge Room opened 5pm. She is a lovely girl and at the end of the cruise we rewarded her with our WOW card. Day 3 - St. Kitts Got up early again and the the Caribbean Cooks tour.
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Lovely tour of the Fairview Greathouse and a lovely lunch cooked by the chef. Back on the ship we bumped into someone who claimed to be our stateroom attended. The one attending our stateroom the other day got 'sick'. I wonder At that moment we also met the Deck supervisor Paula who explained all of the problems and apologised for the situation.
Later that night Silvia offered to comp us for Portofino later that week which we accepted. Day 4 - Cruising Did not that much. Laying around in the sun, swim, had some cocktails had dinner. Just enjoying ourselves to the max :- Oh! Apparently when Adventure sailed in Europe the wine tasting was on the last sea day Most people showed up, not all of them though and they would do it again on the last day. The wine tasting was OK. Didn't pick up a lot of new information, but the wines where fine all wines from the house of Rothschild.
We also skipped dinner in the main dining room and went to Portofino's. And men was that good! I had the tuna and had it done 'as raw as possible We shopped, we snorkelled, we wondered and amazed. One thing that really struck us as dutchies I still can't get my head around it why they love it so much We went to see the ice show on day 6 which was a great show to see.
Too bad they kept the theater open ever after the show started so people kept running in and out and looking for seats throughout the show. RCCL should close it down when the show starts. Day 7 - Cruising The weather was a bit rainy in the morning, but luckily we filled our time with a indoor 'tour of the house', also called the All Access Backstage Tour. Saw the bridge, Studio B, the Lyric theater, the laundry room, enging control room and the galley.
What a work all those dedicated people but into their work to deliver us a 7 days cruise. For those who never did the tour, I suggest it highly! And on this last night we once again found ourself in Portofino. This night I had the Frutti di mare and men was it good! And so comes a 7 nights cruise to an end. Day 8 - Disembarkation day Our lounge for disembarkation was Portofino's.
We went there and despite of a long wait Silvia never showed up, nor nobody was able to reach her to ask what our departure time would be. Some of our fellow cruisers decided to proceed to deck 4 themselves and so did we. Here we where let of the ship directly with no wait in the terminal for our luggage nor customs. Needles to say it was a lovely cruise, and we will be looking forward to our next one. First Transatlantic cruise. Highlights of Cruise: Embarkation in Malaga: This was very smooth. We arrived at the port by about AM and were able to easily drop baggage with porters, check-in, and board the ship.
On the ship: a For a long voyage, the JS On the ship: a For a long voyage, the JS category room is perfect. I appreciated the walk-in closet, larger balcony, and larger sitting space. Plenty of storage for people that pack too much. Things not so great: a Granted this was my first time on RCCL, I wasn't aware that you could smoke on your balcony if you request an ashtray. There were many times I was unable to use my balcony because of the close proximity to cigar smokers. RCCL seems to have plenty of spaces for smokers in public areas such as the casino, a cigar smoking lounge and upper deck areas so I don't understand why it is necessary to inconvenience non-smoking guests on their balconies by letting smoking occur.
Portofino was an excellent experience, but we only dined there one time. I would have liked to have gone back if it wasn't so expensive. There are lots of options for tables to seat 4, 6, and 8 people, but when you are a single or two people, it is often hard to find seating at peak times. The layout for seating and the bulky style furniture add to a lot of wasted space.
I expected more variety and that wasn't the case. Also, the quality of things like fresh fruit was lacking.
It was quite uncomfortable at first, but I worked with the MDR staff to change that situation. After the second attempt, we were seated at a different table by ourselves. I usually cruise on Celebrity and the food taste and selection is much better. I prefer having more options to pick from and having a standard set of options available every day. RCCL was changing their menu service during our cruise so I would be willing to go back and try it again on a shorter itinerary.
We even ate with friends one night in the My Time dining area and were amazed at how much better their service was compared to ours. On Celebrity, I enjoy having a sommelier or other trained wine professional in the dining room to help with selections. Luckily I know enough to make good choices. It would have been nice if they told me that when I signed up for the package.
The items being offered as a replacement were inferior to the options they replaced. I often kept the drapes closed on very warm days to allow the room to cool. Arriving in first U. Thomas before arriving in the final port of San Juan, Puerto Rico. However, it is still a disaster for those persons that are not U. I passed through my processing in about 5 minutes, but I had Canadian and British friends I was traveling with that stood in line for over an hour before they even entered the MDR for processing. It just seems that this process really needs an overhaul so that it doesn't take till 11 AM before you leave the ship and miss half your day in port.
Debarkation in San Juan, PR: This process also seemed pretty smooth as long as you don't try to bring banned items such as fruit with you. We were staying on the island for several more days so we opted to leave the ship as late as possible. I loved my Adventure! I got back early this morning around am.
I had a blast! We stayed at the Westin, and got it for a great deal on Hotwire. Our flight was non stop on Air Tran and we had no problems. I do not recommend this hotel. The rooms were tiny, musky, and moldy. It is located in an up and coming neighborhood, and had few restaurants within walking distance.