January 2017 - Ruby Princess to Mexico
Food & Service was great. Layout of ship confusing, elevators not easily located from side hallways of ship. Though there were 2 buffet lines only 1 was usually open when we went. Buffet was enclosed so no matter what you wanted there was 1 way in & 1 way out both guarded by staff. Area was small and without a set way to go as there were things around outer edges of area as well as in the middle so people were having to go all different directions to get what they wanted making it congested when there were only a few people in there. If you wanted to go back for desert or seconds you had to stand in line to get back into the food service area.
Due to weather we lost out on our at sea day and no additional activities were planned to make up for the fact that we spent the entire last day of the cruise docked in Los Angeles with the shops and casino closed. Missed some of the little niceties like towel animals in room at night. Balcony had large amount of rust on it.