You've got a big holiday planned; there's going to be tons of fun an excitement. You just can't wait. Unfortunately that is what you're going to have to do, because there is the little issue of getting there first. And that's anything but fun. Let's see, firs there's there's the crowded terminals, then hours of waiting at the airport, and cramped seating with no leg space once you get on the plane. When you finally do arrive, you're tired, jet lagged, and still have to get to the hotel. By that point all you want to do is go to bed. You're in no mood for fun.
If you like holidays, but not the hassle of getting to your chosen destination, then a cruise is an excellent option. With a cruise, the journey is all part of the fun. You aren't stuck in an uncomfortable chair for hours going numb; instead you can feel free to walk about the deck. Your entertainment isn't restricted to a book or MP3 player; you've got swimming pools, restaurants, live music, sports, and all other sorts of things to enjoy. And there is no need to get to a hotel. The ship is your hotel.
If a cruise sounds like the type of holiday you'd be interested in, you can find out more at The London Cruise Show at Olympia Exhibition Centre on the 14th &15th February 2015. Tickets are £6 in advance or £10 at the door, with under 16s going free.
Once inside you'll get to meet the world's leading cruise lines and tour operators, take advantage of exclusive show-only offers, and find out about the wide variety of cruises available. These include ultra-luxury, adventure, river, family, tall ship, and boutique. Large ships tend to travel further distances and have all inclusive deals, while the smaller ships can get into secret nooks and crannies for a more intimate experience.