It sounded great, but in the end the only thing in Tahoe that we weren’t happy with was the M.S. Dixie Dinner Cruise.
Although we had been told we would be seated by the window, we found ourselves squarely in the middle of the boat, surrounded by folding tables and uncomfortable chairs.
There are few positive things to say about the experience. The food was sub-par and over-cooked, the wine slow to materialize, the ambience severely lacking, and the entertainment, frankly, was awful. For the price, I expected much more.
The idea of sunset cruise was nice, but in reality, we got a quick glimpse and then floated around in the dark waiting for the whole ordeal to be over. We h...Read More