7-days smooth cruise with 4 ports
Carnival Glory Cruise Review to Caribbean - Eastern
Sail Date: January 30, 2011
Ship: Carnival Glory
Cabin Type: Balcony
Traveled As: Couple
Reviewed: 7 years ago
Review SummaryThe Carnival Glory is a huge ship with many different areas to hang out. I personally like the evening show ... the "Illusion" show (magic show) is the best! Each evening there is a show. Also, there is comedy show almost every night. The dining staff is amazing and the dinner menu changes every night. The qualify of the food is great!
The itinerary of the 7-day Eastern Caribbean cruise is wonderfully planned. The 1st port was the Bahamas where you can walk around and also take a 20 mins ferry to an island where you will find the Atlantis hotel. Then St. Thomas were also amazing with very clear water and you can swim with marine life within 50 meters from the beach ... the taxi ride to the beach is about 20 mins. The 3rd port is Puerto Rico where you can visit the different museums to find out the history. The last port is Grand Turk where the port is right beside the beach ... no transportation is required.
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Don't Miss: Bushwacker at top of pleasure point.
Don't Miss: El Morro Fort
Don't Miss: Snorkel
Don't Miss: Atlantis hotel island
Pros: Visiting the different ports
Cons: casino and club were a bit smoky