A huge debate broke out a last week here at CK in the comments of my Ersatz Foods post on whether cruises were a desirable--or an awful--form of travel.
I think it was obvious from the first sentence of that post that this form of travel didn't resonate with me at all. But who cares about what I think? I want to know what you think.
Admittedly, this subject is slightly off-topic, but not entirely. After all, a big part of cruises--and an even bigger part of whether you like cruising--is the food. And I gladly admit, on my cruise, which was an eight-day Celebrity Cruise to Bermuda, I actually liked most of the food. It was mostly mass-produced, yes. It was somewhat over-salted, just like lots of restaurant food is. But all in all, it wasn't too bad.
So, readers, let's hear from both sides of the cruising debate, both pro and con: Are cruises a good way to travel? And when you've gone on cruises, what did you like, and what didn't you like? And most importantly, what about the food?
Share your thoughts below!
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