Would like to have been warned that two bunk beds were in our cabin. It took a few days and several bumps in the shoulders and head to get used to coping with with them so that we could maneuver our bodies to avoid hitting them when getting in and out of the bed. Would have liked a receptacle to accept paper/plastic for recycling.
Cabin was horrible. The window creaked all the time, keeping us from sleeping. Customer Service refused to change our cabin. They claimed there were no cabins empty. That means nobody got sick and did not show up. How likely is that.
It was small, but I knew that when I arranged an Ocean View. I just wish it had been on a higher deck. Unfortunately, this is how the Ruby Princess is built. I don't think my traveling companion would have felt the movement of the ship as much had we been a few decks higher since this was her first cruise.
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