viking cruise misleading info

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The bigger picture is that trees are felled, etc. and yes the passenger pays. How to combat that? Having separately booked flights at considerable savings for a Viking Rhine River Christmas cruise, we proceeded to the dining hall and found "white fish" on the menu. The chef said it was from Vietnam (never heard of the variety - only that it was from a heavily sprayed country)....and that his budget was ~$2/meal; far different dining than Deilmans which we enjoyed a month earlier. While the excursions were all included, we took the tours on YouTube and just enjoyed Christmas camaraderie in the villages. Use ingenuity and save especially when excursions are separately priced.
Richard the Lion-Hearted was kept captive in Durnstein Castle. I was in his cell and saw his living conditions. The brochure discusses shopping in the village. Trinkets, or history. Make your vacation yours with a little preparation and keep tossing the brochures; let others pay for them - I had to search out Deilman - what will you find?
 
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