This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Avalon Waterways. All opinions are 100% mine.
When I hear about a cruise, I usually imagine a large ship sailing over the Caribbean, the Mediterranean, Gulfs, or even Oceans. I've honestly never heard of any river cruises that wasn't a casino ferry, so imagine my surprise when I find out about Avalon Waterways. They are currently promoting Panorama Suite Ship river cruises for Europe, China, the Galapagos Islands, and Egypt. They are mostly showcasing Europe, and given the pictures they use in their gallery, I can't say I blame them.
Looking through www.avalonwaterways.com, I find that the Open Air Balcony is by far the most inspiring. I just like the fact that it "can be enjoyed 8,760 hours a year – at any time of day, in any weather condition." I also like the fact that you can wake up right in front of a huge window that showcases much of the river and anything in front of it. You can even watch a nice, flat screen T.V. while viewing the sites of Budapest, Hungary or whatever river you're going down.
The Avalon Waterways Panorama boosts 1550 percent more suites than any other river cruise vessel in Europe. The suites themselves are, "on average, 30 percent larger than the standard industry stateroom". You can take a ton of pictures just by using the "floor-to-ceiling, Wall-to-Wall Panorama Window".
If you want to learn more about it, then you can Request a free cruise brochure. You can also go to River Cruise Deals if you intend to go on one of these lovely looking cruises.