We had a lot of Midwesterners on this ship to get away from the cold & snow! Our room was located on the Main deck - around Rooms #M150-#M250, it smelled of sewage the entire time. I would watch out for those room numbers if booking in the future. The casino was paying out pretty well - just about everyone I ran into had a successful time in the casino. I played for almost an hour and a half for $10!The Cheap Beer & Wings party on the last night of the cruise is the best deal going & a LOT of fun. If you are a beer drinker, make sure to order a bucket of beers instead of a beer individually (no matter where you are on the ship) because it saves about $5.One area of improvement would be in the public bathrooms - ladies room is always a mess and without paper.Service at dinner was good - room cabin service was better. Food quality on the buffets wasn't real great, but definitely faster than a sit down meal.
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