I have cruised several times on several different cruise lines -- including several previous cruises on other Carnival ships. Overall, I was not very impressed with the Glory. The ship was filled to capacity with people -- every activity involved a crowd. There were relatively few live entertainment activities -- the shows were of low quality -- no scenery or backdrop, no elaborate costumes. The live music around the ship each night was equally disappointing -- I thought the songs were being performed by karoke participants, only to realize it was the paid entertainers that could not carry a tune.
Pros: the ports of call
Cons: the shows
Recommends Carnival Glory? No.
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no decor -- just actors or performers on stage; limited number of shows.
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