Seattle Art Museum. The moment we stepped on board in Buenos Aires, we entered a world of comfort, luxury and plenty, all delivered with good humour and kindness by the hard working staff and crew. There were some lovely dry saunas with big windows overlooking the ocean. Retrieved August 10, Not too bad, even for us seniors, and a great view.
The best part was the small handmade items market. Similarly lunch in the same venue featured great variety and quality and changed daily and has a lovely outdoor area but was marred by service problems, no drinks and main courses completely forgotten on consecutive days. The first such boom, covering the early years of the city, rode on the lumber industry.
More substance would be good. Andrew Craig Magnuson. I think we would happily sail on any ship where he is Cruise Director.