Monarch of the Seas (RETIRED) Cruise Review to Mexico

Contributor Level: Deck Hand

Experience
2-3 cruises

Review
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5 out of 5

Terrific Vacation Getaway!

Sail Date: March 12, 2007

Reviewed: 6 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Inside

The ship was wonderful! There were lots of different activities for all ages. The exercise room was well equipted also. The nightly etertainment was great and very well done. We enjoyed every night! The staff was always very polite and helpful, wether it was the room staff or the dinner/meal staff, all were very professional and made you feel like royalty! Thanks for a wonderful time!

Pros: I liked just about everything!

Cons: It was Spring Break and there were a few disrespectful youth passengers onboard.

Recommends Monarch of the Seas (RETIRED)? Yes!

Ensenada, Mexico
The shopping was hard because so many people want you to buy what they have and they're all so nice. The best thing to do is to take the bus/shuttle when you get off the ship and then take their tour to the blow hole. The guide will give you lots of information and history of the city on the way there and good shopping tips.
Don't Miss: The Blow Hole
San Diego, California
We spent the entire day at the Midway Museum. It was within walking distance and was very reasonable priced and very interesting! Love it. We've been to SanDiego before, so we've been to Sea World and the Zoo and wanted to do something different. It was awesome to see.
Don't Miss: Midway Museum
Catalina Island, California
The Botanical Garden was really neat to see and the Wrigley Monument at the end of the Garden was the best. Renting the Golf Cart was fun and you might as well pay for at least 2 hours if you go to the Botanical Garden and take the Senic Route because that's about how long it will take. The snorkeling was okay, but the water was freezing cold in March, so spend the extra money and rent a wet suit and head cover if you're going to go snorkeling. It wasn't that expensive...only about $6 I think.
Ensenada, Mexico
The shopping was hard because so many people want you to buy what they have and they're all so nice. The best thing to do is to take the bus/shuttle when you get off the ship and then take their tour to the blow hole. The guide will give you lots of information and history of the city on the way there and good shopping tips.
Don't Miss: The Blow Hole
Catalina Island, California
The Botanical Garden was really neat to see and the Wrigley Monument at the end of the Garden was the best. Renting the Golf Cart was fun and you might as well pay for at least 2 hours if you go to the Botanical Garden and take the Senic Route because that's about how long it will take. The snorkeling was okay, but the water was freezing cold in March, so spend the extra money and rent a wet suit and head cover if you're going to go snorkeling. It wasn't that expensive...only about $6 I think.
San Diego, California
We spent the entire day at the Midway Museum. It was within walking distance and was very reasonable priced and very interesting! Love it. We've been to SanDiego before, so we've been to Sea World and the Zoo and wanted to do something different. It was awesome to see.
Don't Miss: Midway Museum


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