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  1. We were on the Legend in October for a Panama Canal transit. We had a great time on the ship.
  2. Do you want a personalized tour? Would you be interested to know Cartagena with my company? Contact me on my networks: https://www.facebook.com/karmencartagenaplus https://www.instagram.com/karmencartagena https://www.tripadvisor.co/Profile/karmencartagena Email: karmenfreile@gmail.com
  3. In Closing The Carnival Legend has been around since 2002. Like any ship, it has signs of age. There were rusty areas visible. Carnival has done a great job of keeping it in Great shape though. The additions made to the ship since we were on the Alaska cruise have been very positive. I would be happy to sail her again! Jen, the Cruise Director, has a lot of energy and keeps everyone going. The Fun Squad were all wonderful. I give a lot of credit to them. Cristina, Nicky, Gerry, Chelsea, Erick, Oscar, and Stephanie were entertaining and enthusiastic. All o
  4. The cruise was over. We were in Tampa, Florida. The skies were clear and the ship was docked. I went to the Lido for a quick snack and to take a few photos. We headed down to the MDR to await our departure. Disembarkation was easy. As we were disembarking, we ran across Karmila who was helping a passenger disembark. It was nice to say goodbye to her. We saw several other crew members in customs waiting to catch their flights. After customs, we got on a but to the airport. We were dropped off about 10:00 AM. Our
  5. The 50's Crew Connection Show was about to start. Crew Elvis Impersonations Mary Rose, the photographer, was the winner Next up is the Passenger Glee Club Great voice. Jackie led the Glee Club Reiss and a passeng
  6. Sea Day #7 Today was a bright and sunny day. The Gulf of Mexico was calm. Today is the last day of the cruise. My voice was still gone. I was not going to let it stop me from having a fun day. Breakfast was at the Lido deck today. The Lido had been invaded with towel animals! After we returned, we had our last visitor in the cabin. I took some time to walk around the ship and take a few photos
  7. After dinner, we headed to the theater for Epic Rock! We got decent seats for the show. Paolo entertained us with a guitar solo before the show began Epic Rock Begins! Jennifer had to take the role Kayla had. Reiss enters the stage Reiss and the shadows Jen
  8. Grand Cayman Our cruise was closing in on the end. Today will be the last port of the trip. My voice was completely gone. C loved it! We were pulling into Grand Cayman. It looked like another beautiful day. Knock on wood, but, it seemed like nearly every day had decent weather. We did not see that much rain, except in the night time. The Island Princess was already anchored when we arrived. We had absolutely nothing planned for the day. J and J have not been to Grand Cayman. We have been several times now. Priority tende
  9. Sea Day #6 We awoke to another beautiful day in the Caribbean. It was a little cloudy. My voice this morning was not good. It was going out. The seas were smooth and it was another relaxing day. We headed to the Lido for breakfast. Jenniffer fixed our eggs very well as usual. We ran into one of our MDR crew. We had another visitor waiting for us after breakfast. I missed a major part of the Clue game this morning. I had figured out, who did it, and with what. I missed the whe
  10. Tonight is the Playlist show 'The Brits'. The show is a good one. We headed back to the MDR for dinner and dancing. After dinner, C and I relaxed a bit in the cabin before C retired for the night. I headed down to the show. Chelsea, Steph, and Jen Jen introducing the show. Let the show begin. Jen stepped into the lead role when Kayla had to leave the ship for a wedding. (It was not hers)
  11. Santa Marta, Colombia Today is our second day in a row visiting Colombia, a country we have never been to. Yesterday's city tour was neat and everything, but today was going to be a busy day. The evening had two major activities to take in. A relaxing day at the beach sounds like a plan. We had a fairly early meeting time for the tour. We got up and watched the Legend enter the port. The port was definitely an industrial port and not configured for tourism. We grabbed a snack on the Lido before meeting for the beach tour. The tour took us from the north end of
  12. We found the taxi stand and headed toward it. There were tour guides waiting there to hawk passengers that wanted a tour. C went up to one. It was $20 per person for the tour of the city. They would put ten to twelve people in the cab. We talked to her and negotiated a private tour for the four of us for $200. She agreed to the price. We were in for a treat! After I headed back to the ship to pick up the fare, we headed out on the tour. Karmen was our guide and David drove the bus. The tour took us through the city on the way to the convent on
  13. Cartagena, Colombia Today is the first day of our Caribbean cruise! The first thing I noticed about being in the Caribbean is the increase in HUMIDITY. It really was not any hotter, but it was definitely more humid. We were able to sleep in a little longer than yesterday. I wanted to get up to watch the entrance into Cartagena. We entered the city coming around the south end of Tierra Bomba Island turning north toward Cartagena. Castillogrande Entering Cartagena This was interesting.
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