jseel

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Enchantment of the Seas

March 2015 - Enchantment of the Seas to Caribbean - Bahamas

Wonderful Weather, Wonderful Locations, Wonderful People

As soon as you embark, you can feel yourself start relaxing.  The ship is just gorgeous, plenty of comfortable seats located inside and outside, around people and in out of the way places for some solitude.  Beverages abound, both alcoholic and non-alcoholic.  There are plenty of on board activities to keep everyone amused, plenty of pools and jacuzzi's for everyone to enjoy the sunshine.  There is an adult only pool with two jacuzzi's and it's own bar.  The staterooms are amble with plenty of hot water for showering.

The staff are very friendly and helpful, offering everything from ship directions for those of us that get easily lost to offering suggestions for shore excursions.

By the time we returned to port, I was totally relaxed and recharged.

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Nassau, Bahamas - I was not impressed with the Atlantis Aquarium. It is touted as the largest aquarium in the Bahamas. Maybe they have quantity, but certainly not variety of species. Skip this one!
Port Canaveral, Florida - The Port was nice and clean. If you can spare the time, be sure to visit Grills. They have a great Fish Reuban sandwich.
Enchantment of the Seas Enchantment of the Seas - Be sure to visit CoCo Cay and not stay on the ship. There are a lot of activities to enjoy as well as enjoy the beach. The bbq is great and shouldn't be missed!

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shared a quick tip for Enchantment of the Seas"Be sure to visit CoCo Cay and not stay on the ship. There are a lot of activities to enjoy as well as enjoy the beach. The bbq is great and shouldn't be missed!"

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