Carnival Miracle Cruise Review to Alaska - Inside Passage

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5 out of 5

if you didn't have a good time it's your own fault

Sail Date: August 19, 2014

Reviewed: 2 years ago

Traveled As: Large Group

Room Type: Balcony

this was our second alaskan cruise and fifth cruise with carnival.  We knew early that Ketchikan was dropped due to propulsion problems, but, this meant more time in the other ports.  weather was excellent, clear blue skies temps in the high 50's.  single most important advice i can offer is spend the extra money and get a balcony.  our cabin steward Siswadi was excellent and always available.  we were a group of nine and all chose your time dining.  food in the main dining room was good to very good, menu options meant carnivores to vegetarians were all happy.  the dining room staff :Beata, Marlena, Joel, and Rommel were excellent.  self serve food on the lido deck was good and always a wide variety, pizza, chinese, burgers, etc.  24 hour self serve froyo and ice cream.  embarkation  was the most pain free we have ever encountered, quite different from the stormtroopers used at port canaveral.   carnival now offers express debarkation $20 per person and you get your boarding passes the last nite as well as your bags automatically checked thru to your final destination.   bring binoculars, and plenty of batteries for your cameras.    enjoy

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Seattle, Washington
good: the Chihuly museum and the space needle. bad: lots of homeless
Cruise Tracy Arm Fjord, Alaska
dress warm and waterproof spend the entire time up on deck
Skagway, Alaska
ride the train
Juneau, Alaska
clear day: mt. roberts tram , otherwise whale watching
Victoria, British Columbia
very long walk into town


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