Carnival Pride Cruise Review to Caribbean
On this cruise the excursions were our favorite part. We learned a lot of history, saw beautiful countryside and met nice local people. We did not do the tourist shopping or beach hangouts this trip. The ship itself was very low key. There was no energy in the music performers. They were talented, just boring. They may have been booked for an "older" crowd but this group would have been ready to party if given the chance. On the other hand, the Carnival Pride dancers, although only a handful of performers, were very entertaining and worked very hard! The highlight of the cruise on sea days was the informational talks given each day on a variety of topics, including the history of the Panama canal. The food and service were fabulous as usual.
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Cabin / Stateroom
Choose a mid ship cabin if possible. It makes sailing a lot smoother and is central to everything. We do not think there is noticable noise even when near the elevators. We like both the inside and balcony cabins but a balcony is nice on a two week cruise.