Embarkation: Arrived at about 11 AM, Sat down eating lunch at 12 Noon. Fast and Painless.Cabin: 6A-Similar to other Carnival ships. Spacious and comfortable.Our steward was friendly and helpful, very good, but had trouble doing the towel animals.We had a minor trouble with our shower, though it took 5 minutes to fix, took maintenance 3 days to get to it.Entertainment: Greg Kneale was the C/D had him on the Sensation. As usual fantastic shows, etc.Food: In general very good, mainly ate dinner in thr dining room. Dinner in the Red Grille filthy, no service, poor quality food. Breakfast and lunch in the Red Grille was better. Toward the end of the cruise they started watering down every thing. tnhbe iceds tea, coffee and iced tea were getting a very bad taste.The Gala Buffet was badly done, a glorified buffet, 3 seperate lines, one for the cold food, one for the hot food and one for the fruits.Debarkation: Elevators ran very slow, we took the option to take our luggage with us and still took over 2 hours.On th 5th day an elderly lady, her teenage grandson and I got stuck in the aft elevator, we called help said help will be right there. She called again, and the operator hung up. We opened the doors ourslves and jumped down, never saw anybody.This was a much hyped ship. The Pride was a more beutiful ship, with better service.Though we enjoyed several of the lounges and shows, was very disappointed in the ship.We liked the Sensation, loved the Pride, Glory was OK. Stay with the Spirit Class ships, better ships.
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