I thought the embarkation showed some room for improvement, we arrived early and had to stand in line for quite some time as there were not very many lines open and when they did open more, the lines were really long.This was our first time on the Inspiration, we have been on the Celebration three times and overall I think I like the Celebration better. Seems as though the staff and crew on the Celebration were more friendly and more eager to see that you were well taken care of. Also it was a smaller ship and easier to get around on. But overall, we had a very good time on the Inspiration. I was not impressed with Montego Bay as the people were very pushy and not very friendly. If I go back there, I may not get off the ship.Our trip took a downturn on Tuesday (9-11-01) when we turned the TV on and saw the Towers of the World Trade Center on fire. For the next couple of days everything took on a serious tone and slowed some of the fun. The crew was really fantastic with their concern for the events that were unfolding before our eyes, and did a beautiful version of America The Beautiful at dinner on the last night out.The ship was very clean and well taken care of and the food was about average for any cruise ship.I thought the entertainment was very good. The Las Vegas type production was excellent and there were a couple of very good comedians. The cruise director and his assistants also did a good job.It is definitely a trip that we would take again. Doug & Pat Wichita Falls, Tex
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