This is in respone to the man who typed his review in ALL CAPS. First of all, does he know that is considered shouting online? Obviously not.Secondly - GET REAL! What do you want when you book a cruise ship called "Carnival." Honestly, for the price you pay you're not talking Crystal Cruises here. If you expect Ritz Carlton service at a Westin hotel, it's just not going to happen. Same thing holds true with cruise lines. You have to rate the ship for what it is - not against higher end lines for which you are goign to pay a lot more money.As far as dealing with complaints, etc. I suppose some people are more redispositioned to be unhappy no matter they receive. The reason I can say this is because one of these people unfortunately traveled with me on this cruise. If you don't like a bit of "camp" and "tacky humor" that goes along with a Carnival Cruise, you should have known better to go elsewhere in the first place.Carnival Spirit is a lovely ship - not perfect, but overall great. Sure, the food isn't ultra gourmet - but like I said earlier - you get what you pay for. And for what you pay for on this cruise ship, it delivers the value.Thanks!!!
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