Cruise food - my mind is on the verge of being blown!

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(If this should be elsewhere, feel free to move.)

As some of you know, we’ve spent a lot of time in Rio and used to have an apt. there. And we visited Buenos Aires last year for a few days. We figured there was no way that there’s a cruise between those two relatively close together places. But there is/are. But that’s not the point. The food and restaurants (no extra charges for them) are wildly enticing. And we’re not cruise-food lovers. I’ve called it LCD lowest common denominator, feed the masses food. But if you have a few minutes, check out some of these. AND their prices are reasonable. And there are no climbing walls or water slides :slight_smile:

https://www.oceaniacruises.com/ships/marina/cuisine/