We found the food to be much better than average, the service in the premium venues to be excellent, and the accommodations comfortable.Upon losing a roll of exposed film, we were surprised to see crew members - including members of the dance-and-music productions - assist me in tearing the ship apart searching for it. Visiting the Italian trattoria, we chose to do so far too late in the evening and without the ravenous appetite befitting such a 17-course meal. We thought that the maitre d' was going to cry when we wimped-out and left after the 9th course, and promised to return the next day at no charge. Now THAT'S Italian! Well done!The bottom line was that we found the crew to be personable, and, where applicable, quite polished. The only thing I found to detract from the experience was after debarkation: we were effectively stranded at the Ft. Lauderdale terminal for over an hour having been unable to summon our family to pick us up... every pay phone within the terminal area was interminably monopolized by Princess crew members.Will we sail Princess again? Most definitely.
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