We were looking for a quiet-ish grown-up thing to do in the evening, and thought the sunset dinner cruise seemed worth a shot. It far exceeded my expectations as far as scenery. The "surf & turf" dinner was only okay, but the lovely cruise and views were outstanding. After the salad course (iceberg lettuce, cucumber, tomato, nothing fancy), the boat docked at Witches Gulch and allowed patrons to disembark for a short *very* easy stroll along a boardwalk through an otherworldly area of natural rock formations and greenery over a small waterway. The oddly incongruous "snack bar" at the end of the walk was a little jarring to see, glowing at the end of the pretty tiki-torchlit path. Upon re-boarding the boat, we picked up plates and filled them, cafeteria-style and went back to our seats on the upper level. We cruised around the river as the sun spectacularly set over the water, enjoying our dinner and a couple of glasses of wine (for purchase on board). The whole cruise was serenaded by a somewhat silly acoustic guitarist who sounded remarkably like Ned Flanders, which made us giggle a lot, but he sort of grew on us in a cheesy way. That may have been the wine... All in all, a very nice time. If the food had been a little better, I'd have given this all five stars.
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