Carnival Glory Cruise Review to Canada, New England, New York

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1 out of 5

Vegas + Club Med on water

Sail Date: September 02, 2010

Reviewed: 6 years ago

Traveled As: Family (older children)

Room Type: Balcony

This was my first and last cruise. Breakfast: typical breakfast fare, but the food was truly terrible aside from the fresh fruit. Lunch: there is nothing positive to say about lunch. The food was fried and disgusting. The endless lines of other passengers with our plastic trays was embarrassing. The ship was clean and the staff was friendly, however many many of them did not speak English. The shows are put on in earnest, but they are lame and many you have to pay to attend. The ship nickel and dimes you for EVERYTHING. We were greeted with smiles and cocktails and then were shockingly asked to sign for the welcome drinks. The best part about the trip was the other passengers.

Pros: room was bigger and nicer than expected

Cons: Breakfast and lunch were beyond disgusting

Recommends Carnival Glory? No.

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Saint John, New Brunswick
There is literally nothing to do in this port. DO NOT PAY FOR ANY EXCURSION. The fact that the ship even offers excursions is akin to theft.
Don't Miss: no need to get off the ship


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