Some people gather at the Muelle Real at the port in Cienfuegos where the Adonia cruise ship docked Thursday.
Some people gather at the Muelle Real at the port in Cienfuegos where the Adonia cruise ship docked Thursday. Courtesy
Some people gather at the Muelle Real at the port in Cienfuegos where the Adonia cruise ship docked Thursday. Courtesy

Adonia stops in Cienfuegos as cruisers seek adventure and make history

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