We've always wanted to cruise the St Lawrence Seaway and visit Montreal (again) and Quebec City. A last minute change to our itinerary included the Gaspe Peninsula - which was lovely. The three days at sea were very peaceful and relaxing, and well-timed.
The dining was wonderful - lots of different types of cuisine. The baguettes were fabulous - all the baked items were made with French flour. We enjoyed the specialty dining with amazing five-course service and paired wines (all included). Even in October we were able to enjoy dining in the outdoor dining areas. One of the highlights was afternoon tea in a lovely setting with a string quartet. The executive chef gave us a tour of the kitchens.
The entertainment was very professional and enjoyable. I enjoyed meeting the performers at an informal presentation.
The cabin was spacious and the bed was very comfortable. We enjoyed our view from the veranda.