This was my second cruise with Royal and my husbands 1st cruise ever. He loved it. The Allure was a very large ship and beautiful, but the downfall was to many people. We had to fight our way to the buffets and wait for food. The pool area was just as busy with kids and adults that took up chairs with their towels and just left them. We did have room in the adult only pool area which was nice. You also had to book your shows ahead of time if not you couldn't get it. Someone messed up our shows for the week so we didn't get to see Chicago, but all the other ones where awesome. The ice show and diving show were the best. The ports of call which was Nassau, St Martin, and St Thomas were all pretty. We did a tour in Nassau of Atlantis, nice. In St Martin we went snorkeling in pirates cove, thats a must see. All in all the cruise was great plenty to do onthe Allure. Hey the have a Starbucks on board I was happy. Oh the rooms were great to. We had a balcony overlooking central park inside the ship. You looked down at a beautiful sidewalk twisted through trees and plants and little bars. They even had sounds of birds and crickets so it sounded nature.
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