Okay it's time for a quick wrap up of our trip. Overall we had a great time and enjoyed the week off and spending it with our family. We probably won't do this itinerary again as we felt the weather was too cold for the outbound and inbound sea days. Plus 3 sea days is one too many. We felt like we couldn't take advantage of the outdoor ship activities as we have in the past on a Caribbean cruise. We kinda expected that while choosing this cruise, but we thought we might give it a chance. We certainly enjoyed Cabo and PV, but not a big fan of Mazatlan. The overall food selection was decent, but we have noticed a gradual decline in the selection of choices and quality in the included dining areas. As with all cruise lines, there is a push to encourage people to eat at the the pay per venues. The staff was great. Very friendly and accommodating, especially the dinning and kitchen staff who went out of their way for our food allergies. Kudos to Carnival. Obviously the ship is new and shiny and so we had no complaints. We had previously sailed on the Vista and Horizon so we knew what to expect. Up next we may gave the Mardi Gras a try. We are looking at either Christmas or New Years week next year.
Thanks for following along this week and I hope that we were able to answer some questions and build up the cruise fever for others.
Oh and one more thing, I want to give a shout out to American Airlines for buying us a new piece of luggage.