Jump to content
Cruise Critic Community

RockyMtnCruiser1

Members
  • Content Count

    27
  • Joined

About RockyMtnCruiser1

  • Rank
    Cool Cruiser

About Me

  • Location
    Colorado

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. You're welcome! We've used two sites for day use rooms (Day Use and Hotels by Day). I think both sites give you various options for check in/check out times. I was trying to find my old reservation when we did a day use room by LAX, but I can't track it down. I'm pretty sure we stayed at the Hilton Los Angeles Airport and I know we paid more than New Orleans (over $100). It was nice and they have a complimentary shuttle to the airport. We were on the Star doing a Mexican Riviera cruise this time last year and had an amazing time! We saw so many whales in Puerto Vallarta and Cabo! Hope you have a great cruise!
  2. I’m actually not sure what that’s all about either! Sorry! Maybe someone else can chime in? You’re welcome! Thanks for the info about the Summit! We’re really excited to get back on a smaller ship. Their drink package does look really nice and does seem to include more than NCL’s. Thanks so much! It was definitely fun doing the review and reliving our trip. We really did enjoy the entertainment on NCL - hope you do too!!
  3. It’s different for every hotel. We paid $69 plus tax to stay from 8am to 4pm. If you Google “day use room,” a few different websites come up.
  4. Final Thoughts When we booked this cruise, we wanted to use it to see if we liked the smaller ships over the larger ships and if we liked Norwegian better than Royal Caribbean. We also wanted to see if we liked cruising out of New Orleans since it’s an easy port for us to fly to. We definitely prefer the smaller ships to the larger ships! While we liked the Getaway and would cruise on her again if the itinerary was one we wanted to do, the larger ships really aren’t our speed. Having to book everything in advance and having a hard time getting into certain venues was frustrating. It really didn’t seem like a lot of the venues were large enough for the amount of cruisers. Our last sea day was not great weather so everyone was inside and everything was super crowded. If for whatever reason, people decide not to go to the buffet (like when the precautions were put in place on this cruise regarding self-service), the other dining options get completely bogged down and make for a very long dining experience. Our experience in the smaller ships was a lot more personal and staff seemed to recognize and engage with cruises more often. After this cruise, we can definitely say that we like Norwegian better than Royal Caribbean. The main reason for that is the quality of the entertainment. Both the performers playing at the bars and the ones in the theater shows were amazing. There was always some type of live music going on! In our experience, we have also found that when we’ve sailed on Norwegian, there were fewer kids and the cruisers seemed more relaxed. Regarding sailing out of New Orleans again, we’d definitely do it. We did have some issues trying to figure out where to put our luggage that first day and issues getting a Lyft when we got off. Now that we know all the tricks, sailing out of there again would be a breeze. We booked our next cruise a few weeks ago and it’s surprisingly not with Norwegian! I was all set to book a Southern Caribbean cruise out of Puerto Rico for January 2021 on the Encore when I decided I should shop around first. I looked at Royal Caribbean and Celebrity for the same/similar itineraries. We’ve been wanting to try Celebrity, but we couldn’t justify the price in the past. Well, this time around, the Celebrity cruise actually ended up being the best price with the best perks! We booked it, but I’m still keeping my eye on future Norwegian cruises. Well, that wraps this all up! Thanks for following along!
  5. Cruise - Disembarkation (Sunday, February 2nd) We decided to skip breakfast in the MDR this morning and just do room service again to save time. We were also doing self-assist and we had a day use room scheduled starting at 8am. We thought it’d be less stressful to get off the ship earlier and avoid some of the crowds. We scheduled our room service to come between 6:30am and 7:00am (the earliest time slot possible). It arrived early around 6:15am which was fine because we were already up and waiting. We had mostly packed the night before, so we didn’t have much to do that morning. Getting off the ship and through customs took no time at all. We didn’t experience any delays. We were outside the terminal and ordering a Lyft around 7:45am. The Lyft drivers seemed to still be having a hard time understanding the confusing Norwegian Terminal access. The first one we ordered was originally 3 minutes away, but it kept missing the turn to get to the front of the Norwegian terminal and drove around. After it did this a few times, we canceled that one and ordered another one. This one accepted the ride, but then never moved. We decided it would be best to walk away from the terminal a bit and try another one. We made our way across Julia Street and we were able to get a driver immediately. Since our flight back home wasn’t until 4:50pm, we reserved a day use room at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel New Orleans Airport. We figured if we felt like exploring New Orleans some more we could, but if we felt like being lazy, we had a place to chill out. We felt like being lazy! It was a very comfortable room and we stayed there until catching their shuttle to the airport. Dropping off our bags and getting through security was a breeze. Our flight was on time and we were back in Denver before we knew it! I’ll wrap this all up in the next post with some of our final thoughts.
  6. Hi there! I've been posting a day by day trip report for our end of January cruise on the Getaway. I just finished day 7. All the Freestyle Dailies are there if you do some digging. Here you go!
  7. Cruise - Day 7 - At Sea (Saturday, February 1st) Before we went to bed, we checked out the weather forecast and saw that it was going to be cooler (in the 60s) and pretty windy, so we figured we’d plan our day around not hanging out in the sun. We met two ladies earlier in the day that went to the Wine Lover’s Musical and loved it. We checked on the app to see if there were still tickets for tomorrow and there were! We booked it for 12:15pm, put out our room service order, and called it a night. Here’s the Freestyle Daily and the disembarkation info: After breakfast, we headed over to the spa to get our daily fix in! We ordered extra orange juice with our breakfast this morning, so we could make mimosas with our complimentary sparkling wine in our room. After the spa, we were thinking about purchasing two CruiseNext certificates as I already had my eye on a Southern Caribbean Cruise in January 2021, so we headed there to see how bad the line was. There were only two groups ahead of us so we decided to wait. We purchased two CruiseNext certificates on our last cruise, so we knew the gist of how it worked, but had a few questions. We only waited a few minutes to talk to someone. We explained we’d purchased 4 certificates before, but we couldn’t remember exactly how they applied the charges (directly to your credit card, or to your onboard account, etc.) and we wanted to understand more about how the onboard credit worked. We specifically wanted to know if we purchased two certificates and got $250 onboard credit, what would happen if our onboard account was less than $250. But first we just wanted to verify that we could use two certificates on inside rooms under the current “Double Up” promotion, since we already had 2 certificates left from our last purchase. The man pretty quickly cut us off before we could even ask the first question and immediately went into why we should buy four certificates rather than two, especially since the “Double Up” offer had been going on for months and he didn’t see it stopping anytime soon. We knew we only wanted two, but he was very pushy about us getting four instead. We had to ask our questions several times to get him to actually answer our OBC question. He finally said, in a roundabout way, that the amount currently on your onboard account didn’t matter, since the certificates would be charged to your account and then you’d see a credit for the OBC credit amount after that. Basically all of the money, both the charge for the CruiseNext certificates, and your rebate for the purchase, happens on your current OBC account. I don’t understand why they don’t make this clearer, or just offer the CruiseNext certificates at the discounted rate to avoid all the confusion (“Get $500 for $250!” rather than “Spend $500 and get $250 Back!”). Anyways, so I turned to Patrick and asked if we wanted to purchase two or four. He was about to answer, but the CruiseNext associate cut him off and said he had a line. I started to ask him if we needed to come back to the desk to purchase the certificates or if we could do it on the app. He pretty much threw some documentation at me and dismissed us. Keep in mind, we were talking with him for less than 5 minutes and there were maybe 3-4 other groups waiting in line. There was another associate helping people too. Anyways, this was just really weird to us and left us feeling a little uncomfortable. We’ve never been treated this rudely by any staff before. After that, we headed to the photo studio to see if we wanted to purchase any photos. We found our binder and flipped through the 8x10s of our photos. We found three we really liked, so we hopped on one of the kiosks to see the available packages. We started going through the digital only packages, but we thought the pricing was really strange. You paid a flat rate for the “digital package,” but then you paid extra for each photo you added. I think it was $59.99 for the package and $24.99 for each photo. We went back through the packages and saw an option for a three photo package with printed copies and a USB for the digital versions. That package was $99.99. That was a better price so we started trying to purchase it on the kiosk. It was confusing because you had to add photos to your cart first and then select the photo package. Once you did that, your only option was to check out. You couldn’t review the photos you had added. Luckily while we were trying to figure this out, one of the staff members came over to check on us. We told him our issue and he tried to go through it too. He got stuck where we did and told us it would probably just be easier if we came up front and he’d check us out that way! It was smooth sailing from there. We grabbed our 8x10s of the photos we were getting from our binder and headed to checkout. He told us that our USB would be ready after 7pm that night. One quick note - we had to ask for our Latitudes discount to be applied, the system didn’t do it automatically. We dropped our photos off in our room and headed to the Illusionarium for the Wine Lover’s Musical. I think we got there about 30 minutes early and people were already in line. They scanned our cards and had us wait down a hallway with a lot of fun circus decorations on the wall. Within no time, the line was moving. They had a waiter escort you to your table. We were seated at a table for six with two other couples. We had bread and butter at our places as well as two of the red wines already poured. Once a lot of people were seated, servers came around and poured three of the white wines. Our appetizer was delivered and pretty much everyone was done eating that before the show started. The show only has three cast members in it and they were all awesome! We recognized all three performers from the other shows around the cruise (including Johnny Cash from the Million Dollar Quartet). It’s pretty much a comedy/musical walking you through the basics of wine tasting. It was hilarious! Some of the jokes are a little on the raunchy side, so if you’re not a fan of a little bit of crude humor, this probably isn’t the show for you! We thought it was hysterical and laughed throughout the entire show. During the show, our dinner and then dessert were served, as well as a port and sparkling wine. You’re only supposed to drink the next wine when they tell you to during the show. The pace of switching to the next wine was good for the first three wines. After that, the next ones came fast and we were still working on the previous wine when the queue to taste the next came up. Not that that’s a bad thing, but it was a lot of wine in a short period of time. After the musical, we had a pretty good buzz going and decided we needed to find something to do because if we went back to our room, we’d be out for the night! We’d been wanting to check out the cigar lounge, so we headed over there. There was an attendant in the lounge that helped us purchase our cigar and had all the supplies we needed to get it started. We had a relaxing time there and enjoyed talking with the other guests. After the cigar lounge, we headed back to the room to get ready for dinner and do some packing. Then we headed down to The Tropicana Room for our 5:30pm reservation, of course stopping at The Sunset Bar for some wine! One of the piano players from Howl at the Moon was hanging out there, so we stopped to tell him how great their show was. He was super friendly! There was hardly any line to get into the Tropicana Room that night. For apps, I had the Pan Seared Fish Cake and Patrick had the Seafood Gumbo. For our main course, I had the Grilled Atlantic Salmon and Patrick had the Cajun Chicken and Sausage. For dessert, I had the Honey Creme Brulee and Patrick had the Salted Caramel Chocolate Tart. After dinner, we headed to the Getaway Theater to see the Jeff Lyons Rock Show play again. They did great on the big stage! The Crew Farewell was scheduled right after the show, but we didn’t feel like staying for that, so we headed out. We decided to head over to Headliner’s to watch the final Howl at the Moon show. The best thing about this show is that it’s always different because it depends on what people are requesting. We spent the rest of our night there. It was so much fun! Up next, disembarkation!
  8. Cruise - Day 6 - At Sea (Friday, January 31st) Day 6 was back to our usual routine of having our breakfast delivered and then heading to the spa. We got to the spa right around 8am and one thing we noticed this morning was that the beverage station was not set up. Not a huge issue, but it was a little strange. After our time relaxing in the spa, we asked the employees at the front desk on our way out about the beverage station, and they told us there would be no self-service anywhere on the ship that day as a health precaution, but not to worry as it was only precautionary. After that we headed up to deck 18 to get some sun. It wasn’t busy at all yet and we had our pick of loungers. I decided to hop online real quick to see if anyone had posted anything about what was going on regarding no self-service. I found the thread on here that said other Norwegian ships had the same thing happening and that it was a fleet-wide decision. Good to know that someone wasn’t sick on the ship! Though it was odd since nobody had made any announcements or even put up signage on our ship about the change. As the morning went on, the sundeck really started to fill up, but there were always some open loungers. It was interesting overhearing other people talking about what was going on with no self-service in the buffet. Lots of people were speculating about the reason and people saying they wouldn’t eat in the buffet now for fear of catching something. I really don’t get why NCL doesn’t make an announcement in situations like this. Better to keep everyone in the loop! Patrick decided he was going to go work out and then grab us a snack for lunch. He said the buffet was dead when he went around 12:30pm. Hardly anyone was getting lunch there! After lunch, we headed over to the Atrium to catch the mega ships presentation. We noticed that the line to eat at O'Sheenan's was very long as people were eating there rather than going to the buffet. After the presentation, we went out to The Waterfront to relax with a mojito. After that, it was back to the spa for more relaxation and then time to get ready for dinner. We headed to The Sunset Bar to grab a pre-dinner drink. It was a gorgeous day, but a little windy! We had 5:30pm reservations at The Tropicana Room and headed there around 5:15pm. We were surprised to see there was already quite the line forming to get in! We figured people were probably still skipping the buffet. While we were standing in line, an announcement was finally made about the changes in restaurants regarding not having self-service and all the extra cleaning we’d been seeing during the day. We were told that it was just a precaution and that it was a company decision that was fleet-wide. We weren’t sure why they waited all day to let people know this, but it was good that everyone could stop being so worried. The line to get into the dining room continued to grow as we waited to get in. People were confused about why you had to wait in the same line whether you had a reservation or not. We watched a lot of people approach the staff to ask about it. One of the staff explained it by saying that having a reservation doesn’t mean you will be able to skip the line when you arrive, it just means there will be a table available for you. We probably waited about 20 minutes to get seated. A few things we noticed were that we didn’t have wine menus on the table, our silverware was rolled up in a napkin, and bread was served to us (no basket left on the table). Not a big deal! For apps, I ordered the Baked Brie Salad and Patrick ordered the Smoked Mozzarella Ravioli. For our main course, I had the Chicken & Seafood Paella and Patrick had the Broiled Lemon Pepper Coalfish. Both were very good, but mine was lacking on the chicken. I think I found two tiny pieces! By the time we were done with our main course, it was nearly 6:45pm and our waiter was nowhere in sight. We had 7:30pm reservations for the Million Dollar Quartet show, so we decided to skip dessert since the service was noticeably slower with so many people choosing the MDRs over the buffet that night. We wanted to make sure we got to the theater early enough to get the seats we like. We got to the theater just after 7pm and relaxed with a drink. Million Dollar Quartet was incredible. We really couldn’t believe how talented the performers were, especially the guy who played Johnny Cash! After the show, we stopped by The Sunset Bar for a fresh drink before deciding on our plans for the rest of the night. We started talking to a super friendly couple at the bar there and ended up just chatting with them for the rest of the night before heading to bed. Next up, our last day at sea!
  9. Haha! We definitely try lots of different cocktails when we cruise! That was a Dark and Stormy (dark rum, ginger beer, and lime) before I mixed it up. It's so refreshing. Jamaica really has a gorgeous coastline! Those lovebirds were honestly the entire reason we added Dolphin Cove to our Dunn's River Falls excursion. I love birds and have all types of feeders set up at home, so to be able to have these cuties eat out of our hands was priceless!
  10. We did this on the Getaway on February 1st. Here's the food menu for anyone interested:
  11. Cruise - Day 5 - Ocho Rios, Jamaica (Thursday, January 30th), continued After enjoying some time in the sun, we headed back to our room to relax and get ready for dinner. It was a gorgeous day, so we decided to have pre-dinner drinks on The Waterfront. We headed to The Sunset Bar. Here’s the menu: I had the Bliss Boulevardier and Patrick had the Matador. After a stroll around The Waterfront, we headed to The Tropicana Room for our 5:30pm reservation and we were seated right away. For apps, I had the Smoked Duck and Patrick had the Chicken and Wild Rice Soup. For our main course, I had the Bay Scallop Pasta Newburg and Patrick had the Lamb Curry. For dessert, I had the Flan de Coco and Patrick had the Blueberry Pavlova. We had one of the best servers we’ve ever had on a cruise (Qing Quan from China). She was super friendly and on the ball. I got up to use the restroom and she appeared out of thin air and asked if I was going to the restroom and then told me exactly how to get there. It was also the only time on the entire cruise that our coffee came out before our dessert! I don’t know why it seems like it’s a huge challenge to get coffee out with your dessert, but we always order it with our deserts, and we’ve experienced that problem on both Norwegian and Royal Caribbean. After dinner, we didn’t really have plans for the night, but noticed there was something called “Escape the Big Top Game” in Headliners. We weren’t really sure what this was, but figured we’d head over there and find out. There was a line when we got there and a lot of people had pieces of paper. We asked a group what it was and they told us it’s an escape room and they made reservations when they got on board. We figured we’d see if they had any spots still available and they did! We joined a fun group! We’ve done escape rooms before and we like them. This one was fun, but it was also very hard! They had six different stations of circus-themed puzzles that you had to solve and then put the solved puzzles together in a specific way to unlock a treasure chest in the front of the room. No team was able to solve all of it. At the end, they did go through how to solve everything and, of course, it all makes sense then! After the Escape Room, we headed over to the mojito bar to see the piano player (JR Neal). He was doing an Elton John Tribute later on and we already knew how great he was, so we didn’t want to miss that! The place was jam packed! Everyone was singing along to all the songs. We had a great time. We called it a night after that to rest up for another relaxing day at sea.
  12. Cruise - Day 5 - Ocho Rios, Jamaica (Thursday, January 30th) Sorry for the delay in continuing with our report! Here's the Freestyle Daily for Day 5: Since we had an excursion planned for this day that had a meeting time of 9:15am, we decided we’d eat in the MDR to get a heartier breakfast. We got there right when they opened at 7:30am and there was no wait. For breakfast, I started with the Sliced Melon Plate and then had the Eggs Benedict with Country Potatoes. Patrick started with Oatmeal and then had the Open-Faced Smoked Salmon Bagel. Both meals were tasty. Mine was a lot of food! Patrick had to help me finish it. After breakfast, we headed back to our room to pack up for our day in Jamaica. We were set to dock at 9am but at around 8:45am the cruise director told everyone they were still clearing us and to not make our way down to exit the ship. She advised everyone to either stay in their room or hang in any of the public areas. Since our excursion meeting time was at 9:15am, when we still hadn’t received the “all clear” by 9am, we were getting a little worried! It did come shortly after 9am and we made our way to the appropriate deck. The line was out of control! Clearly no one else was listening to the cruise director’s directions. It was probably close to 9:10am by the time we made our way to the end of the line. It was a little chaotic and everyone was really concerned about missing their excursion. A couple behind us asked an employee if the excursion would wait since everyone was late getting off the ship. They were reassured that excursions wouldn’t leave without us. I think Norwegian could have done a better job making this clear over announcements. Anyways, we were off the ship in about 15 minutes. Ocho Rios had a nice signage setup for guiding everyone to where they need to go based on if they booked an excursion through the ship or a third party. All the ship excursions met up in a large building. Since this was our first time in Jamaica, we knew we wanted to do Dunn's River Falls. For our excursion we decided to do the option that also went to Dolphin Cove. Our guide for this was great! She checked us in, gave everyone wristbands, and then led us to the bus to take us to the falls. You have to wear either tennis shoes or water shoes to climb the falls. We purchased some water shoes on Amazon, but you could also rent them for $10. Once you get to the falls, you get another wristband and then meet up with your river guide. Our guide for this part of the trip was also awesome and he did a really good job keeping everyone together. You can rent lockers for $8. As long as you bring back your key and your dry receipt, they give you $3 back. There are two different options for climbing the falls. You can actually get into the water and climb up the falls themselves or there’s an easier, paved steps option that skirts the side of the falls. We wanted to have a full experience of actually climbing up the falls. To get to the start of the climb, you go down a bunch of the steps and end up right on the beach. It was beautiful! Once we all got down to the beach, our guide had us all hold hands and up we went! You end up going up about 160 feet in .8 miles. We do a lot of hiking in Colorado, so we weren’t worried about the actual climb. The fact that you have to hold hands the whole way up definitely was challenging as everyone is moving at a different pace and there are lots of little drop offs. It definitely makes sense why they have you do that though because it’d be really easy to lose your group in the mob of people going up! Each guide had a different call they used for their group. Our guide yelled “HEY HEY HEY” to get our attention, which was nice because there are a ton of groups trying to make their way up! We had a great time! I don’t know if we’d ever do it again, but it was fun to knock it off our bucket list. They did have photographers and videographers going up with each group, so you could purchase photos and a video at the end for $40. Patrick had our phone in a waterproof case and a nice couple behind us kept offering to take our photo, so we were good! After climbing the falls, we met back up with our original guide and hopped on a bus to Dolphin Cove. It was less than a 5 minute ride over there. Once there, she explained all the options available to us and gave us a meeting time to head back to the ship. Included in our excursion was the animal park with love birds, parrots, iguanas, and rabbits. We also could snorkel with stingrays, kayak, or just hang out on the beach or by the pool. There was another option where you could swim with the dolphins (we decided against this), but since it’s all on the same property we could still watch the dolphins. There’s also a pool with nurse sharks. We decided to grab a few Red Stripes and explore the property. We had about an hour and a half here before it was time to head back to the ship. Everyone was given the option to either go directly to the ship or they would take you into town for shopping/lunch and then bring you back to the ship after that. We’re not big into shopping, so we decided to call it a day! We’d been in the shade most of the day, so we headed up to deck 18 to get some sun. I'll finish up day 5 in the next post!
  13. Cruise - Day 4 - George Town, Grand Cayman (Wednesday, January 29th) Day 4 started out exactly like day 3 with breakfast in bed and then a visit to the Thermal Suite. We decided not to get off the ship in Grand Cayman because there were six ships in port that day and we just really didn’t want to deal with the tender process with that many people coming back. Here's the Freestyle Daily: After the Thermal Suite, we grabbed our morning Bloody Mary and made our way up to Deck 18 to get some sun. It was a beautiful day! There were a few more people on the ship this morning compared to day 3 since many people were still waiting for their tender group to be called. We could hear the announcements about which tender group could proceed to the appropriate gangway from our spot on Deck 18 and from what I can remember, Tender Group A was called on time at 10am. They didn’t call open tender until 1:15pm. After a few hours in the sun, we decided to check out O'Sheehan's for lunch. A lot of the reviews I’d read recommended the wings, so of course we had to try them! We had them with the Jamaican Jerk sauce and they did not disappoint. For our actual lunch, I had the Classic Cheeseburger and Patrick had the Grilled Reuben on Rye. Both were very good! After lunch, we spent some more time in the Thermal Suite (all those jets in the therapy pool are great for working out any aches and pains) and then headed back to our room to get ready for dinner. It was such a beautiful day that we decided to grab a drink and take a stroll around The Waterfront before dinner. We headed to The Tropicana Room at 5:30pm and, just like previous days, we were seated without a wait. For apps, I had the Cheesy Mashed Potatoes Croquettes and Patrick had the Cheddar and Roasted Corn Chowder. The Croquettes are one of my favorite appetizers! I’d eat these every night if I could! For our main course, I had the Grilled Calamari and Patrick had the Mediterranean Sirloin Beef Brochette. Patrick's meal was exceptional - the sirloin was super flavorful and tender. For dessert, I had the Chocolate Espresso Cake and Patrick had the Warm Bread Pudding. After dinner, we made our way over to the Sunset Bar for a drink before trivia in Syd Norman’s at 7:15pm. The “Rock the Pour House Band '' was there at 8pm and we wanted to make sure we could get a seat this time. We were hanging out in the Sunset Bar around 6:30pm when we noticed a line already starting to form at Syd Norman’s. The venue didn’t officially open until 6:45pm. By the time the doors opened, there were probably 15 people in line. We made our way in and grabbed a seat. We never ordered any of the signature cocktails here, but here’s the menu for those who are interested. One of the singers from the “Rock the Pour House” show actually hosted trivia. She did a great job. It was mostly 50’s and 60’s rock trivia which is just a little bit out of our wheelhouse! We still had fun though! Just like we had noticed the night before, barely anyone left before the show started. We really enjoyed the show! It’s a rock show with a little skit mixed in and the singers are wandering around the bar interacting with the patrons during the songs. It’s really fun and the performers were super talented! Quick note, we used the Norwegian app a lot while looking at evening events on the go. On the app, it said this show went from 8pm to 9pm. It actually went from 8pm to 9:45pm with a 15 minute intermission. The Freestyle Daily only gave it a start time. Anyways, moral of the story, don’t trust duration times on the app. After that, we headed back to our room to rest up for our Jamaican adventure!
  14. Thank you! The main course is definitely light on the veggies. They are there, but often times are hiding under the meat! You can always order an extra salad from the appetizer options to give you some more greens with your main course. Thanks!! We definitely planned this cruise to be a more relaxing one and it did not disappoint. We weren't happy about how hard it was to get into the smaller venues. Once we figured out the trick of getting there ridiculously early, we were okay. One thing I'd say is that the shows in the main theater were exceptional. If you can book all your shows prior to boarding, I'd recommend doing that!
×
×
  • Create New...