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Roads Scholar vs. Ama Waterways for Danube Cruise: your thoughts, please

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Hubby and I have been considering taking a European river cruise and the Black Sea voyage between Budapest and Istanbul offered by Ama Waterways has caught my attention, as both are cities I want to see. We normally do independent travel or small group adventures so I've got a lot of reservations about a cruise--large groups, short times in port, a level of comfort we do't feel necessary but would be paying for. However, DH loves to travel by ship and as I am very prone to sea sickness a river cruise seems the best option. Roads Scholar offers a program on 2 of the Ama Waterways sailings, and I wonder if this would be more suited to us with a greater emphasis on learning, but less free time.

Has anyone travelled on a cruise that has a Roads Scholar group onboard? Or has anyone done a Roads Scholar trip and has some impressions to share?

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