Carnival Cruises Reviews 2010

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February 5, 2010, 12:13 PM

Hi Cris, very good if the Americans, so the wave fun on the cruise you're going to lose, especially comedians, it suits the music, which is good, many gambling casino, which the Yankees much like eg. movies on a giant screen pass in the sink but in English, but the food is great, and also hikes, the hired me on the cruise, I noticed no difference and quiet low, compared to the cabins we were in suite (spectacular) , with balcony, and also depends on the time to be spent in the cabin because other services are the same, you have no difference whatsoever. when we traveled were very few Spanish-speaking, so do not do anything in our language (comments and advice of places) when I complained they said they did when the contingent of Hispanics was higher. To rehire you would think that the Royal Caribean which are also very good or superior to Carnival and I think Latinos are more considerción you would have to ask others that have not. I hope you serve the comment, SDOs. and luck.

2008-04-06 13:59:49 by BacchusGal

Try Princess or Royal Caribbean. I like Holland

America too. I avoid Carnival like the plague, and Norwegian is sketchy, I don't know if I'd sail it again.
Cruises are a great way to travel if you want to visit several places for a short period of time, but only unpack your suitcases once. They are NOT good for in-depth exploration of any port.
Be prepared to face on-board charges such as for sodas and alcohol, higher than on land of course. However, since meals are included, it can be a very affordable way to travel.
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