If it weren’t for the Viking Mississippi, Linda Friberg might have never made her way to the Quad-Cities.
The Chattanooga, Tenn., resident has traveled on Viking ships through European rivers and across the ocean, and boarded the company’s first Mississippi River cruise from Alton, Minn. So far, the experience has been on par with past trips, she said.
“It’s just what we would expect to see,” Friberg said. “Service has been great and it’s a beautiful ship.”
The Viking Mississippi set off on its maiden voyage last week, and stopped by Davenport for the second time Tuesday on its way back up the Mississippi River. Once again Quad-City natives stopped by to see the large vessel anchored at port while passengers were bused to excursions at the Figge Art Museum, Deere-Wiman House and Butterworth Center and more.
A quiet atmosphere had settled over the ship, with staff cleaning rooms and preparing food for lunch and dinner. With five decks and 193 staterooms that can fit 386 guests, the Viking Mississippi isBy: BROOKLYN DRAISEY firstname.lastname@example.org
Title: A sneak peek inside the Viking Mississippi cruise ship docking in the Quad-Cities
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