Embarkation was what you might expect if 2,000 people showed up at the airport to get on one airplane. It was pretty busy checking bags, going through security, checking in, getting cabin keys and IDs, and boarding the ship. But it was all very well organized and didn't take as long as I had expected. Our room was larger than I had expected since everyone makes you think you have a bed in a closet. The ship was huge but the layout was good and not too confusing. The food in the dining room and from room service was great. The shows were not that good because the dancers looked out of practice. For the amount of money that we spent I believe that this was a great value and the ship was one of Carnival's best ships.
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