During a Holland America Alaskan tour, and after a miserable eight hour train ride, we were given a very nice king suite. Or so it seemed until we tried to go to sleep around midnight. This room, on the 14th floor, has two balconies with that entire side of the room being all glass and facing a downtown street. You would think that being so high up noise would not be an issue but at one in the morning it was terrible. I moved into the living room to make use of the couch in an attempt to get farther away from the glass (only 24 inches separates the glass door from the foot of the bed), but someone was running a vacuum cleaner in the hall. The vacuum turned out to be an ice machine that ran constantly. In order to get any sleep I had to unplug the ice machine and ended up sleeping on couch cushions on the floor in the bathroom doorway. It was the quietest spot I could find.
The restaurant served up a breakfast buffet for eighteen dollars. The plates were ice cold and, except for the potatoes, the food was cold as well.More
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