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We just got back yesterday from the June 5th sailing of the Carnival Spirit to Alaska, and I am in the process of washing clothes and getting back into a routine here at home. I am going to post some of our photos in the next few days- and give an opinion about our room, the ship and our activities. Will also give an opinion about Carnival in general... on the cusp of some of the the new changes, and how they were handled on our cruise. I have to say, that overall- I was very pleased. So, with that said- I will proceed with the room review, and will backtrack to debarkation and other pertinent "stuff" later, as I feel that people will search for this room number and ship name for basic information about a booking.

 

Cabin 8237 on the Spirit is a phenomenal cabin... with a couple of flaws- which if you can tolerate, offers more in the way of compensation than aggravation. As of this time period, it is a Premium Balcony... there are only a handful of these types on the ship and an even smaller number that accomodate only two persons. 8237 is designed for two persons though it has a couch in the room. It also has a chair, a larger than standard balcony, and granite countertops in the sitting area and bathroom. It is basically a mini-suite and there is tons of storage along the walls. Enough closet space to store several suitcases upright... storage is not a problem in this room.

 

The art in the room consists of a nude nymphet... rendered in a pensive mode. Just saying... whoever books the room will be seeing a lot of Lula- she didn't bother us- I'll try to get some pictures of the room up here in the next few days. I found the trim and interior decor very nice- as nice or nicer than our suite on another Carnival ship. While orange and pink are not my favorite color combinations- it works for 7 days. The room was also meticulously tended by LETO, our steward. Best service ever on a Carnival ship... followed by the Conquest aft wrap balcony trip.

 

The room is located behind the aft elevator, Starboard. Up the stairs one floor will take you directly into the Lido dining area where we used the pizzeria and Carvery a lot. We also enjoyed the proximity to the coffee machine and often hopped up there right after getting out of bed to grab something to bring down to the room. It is extremely convenient! It is also close to the Serenity deck which is very nice, even on an Alaskan cruise... we used the hot tub one sunny night:) and had a great time before going off to Karaoke with Jay, one of the hardest working staff members on the ship. Boy, did we have some good talent on the ship!!! More about that later.

 

Starboard side was dockside in Skagway and Victoria, for those of you who like to watch pier runners. There was only a little action in that regard in Ketchikan- guess Alaska draws a more conscientious clientele.:D

But the balcony was well worth the extra few dollars we spent as we used it often- and on one sunny day we watched whales cavort in the distance from it while drinking our wine out there.

 

So now for some of the things that were not good about 8237. Noise. Noise is a problem in this cabin, but it is not noise from the elevator or neighbors next door... it is noise from the pizza galley upstairs. This happens in the early hours of the morning- about 3:30-5am. It also happens on debarkation morning from the hallway since so many suitcases are rounding the corner near your door. The noise will become an issue for you if you cannot sleep through it OR grab a nap during the day (which is what we did) when there is ironically, very little noise coming from above. All of that is okay, but as I sit here typing this, my sleep patterns are still pretty screwed up from the napping I did to make up for waking up at 4 several mornings.

 

The other issue, which manifested on the last day in a port, was odor from the grill upstairs. This was honestly not a problem on any of the previous days and I have to say that I believe it was because the air was still for a short period of time that day, allowing the odor to waft down into the room from outside. It smelled like something had been burnt in the oven. Only for a short time- so it was not a problem- but would be an issue for me if it were present for the entire trip.

 

There is no way to guarantee that you will not be next to smokers... we do not smoke and our neighbors did. For the most part, the breeze carried the smoke away and what it didn't, I could handle. I think itinerary has a lot to do with whether or not you will be dealing with odors in 8237- wind and cold will dispell odor and heat and being docked might augment it. Just a heads up if you are sensitive to smells.

 

I think that we would book this same cabin configuration again, but maybe a floor below us if we could arrange it. Australia is very blessed to be getting Spirit- she is my favorite ship so far of the Carnival line. In woman's parlance, she is a "petite" and the crew seems to love her.

 

More later.

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photostreamI am trying to post photos using Flickr. Great photos from Embarkation-http://www.flickr.com/photos/80549082@N07/7383762884/sizes/s/in/photostream/photostream

Ah well- not working- will try again later.

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Embarkation was smooth and painless. We only waited for a few minutes in the holding area before boarding.

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View from the boarding area. Sky needle in distance.

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First drink on board- Long Island Iced Tea... that was the last time I wore those sandals:p

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A view as you enter 8237. Lula is on the wall over the sofa.

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The bed and doors out to the balcony.

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This shot is from in front of the balcony doors looking towards the entrance to the room. You can see the bar setup with our Bon Voyage goodies as well as the amount of space available on the one wall. There was also another small closet to the right as you walked in the room.

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The male half of the balcony-;)

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Wednesday and Thursday are basically sea days onboard. This shot shows the female side of the balcony on a brilliant Thursday morning as we headed into Tracey Arm Fjord. We did not opt to do the excursion boat to get closer views of the ice- liked the views from the balcony just fine. Saw a bunch of whales all Thursday morning.

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Well- here it is... one of the reasons you go to Alaska in the summertime.

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The waterfalls from the melt are phenomenal- and we were pretty far away.

 

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The excursion boat-

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Where ice meets water in the Fjord-

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So, just a little background on the beginning of the trip. Embarkation was very efficient. People were hospitable and the wait on the Lido was made enjoyable by the presence of family and friends. When we got to our cabin, we unpacked immediately- and started exploring the ship. We had anytime dining... which I don't know if I would do again. Will go into that later on in the review. One of our first stops was the Nouveau Steak House- we had reservations there for Thursday evening. There is another- better- picture of us on the glass staircase, but this is just exploration day:)7384270316_f28808b1ba_z.jpg

 

Glass Staircase-

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Serenity deck was not crowded at all- too cold for sunbathers but hot tub was in use and bar was open.

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Picture of one of the pools around embarkation. You can see how uncrowded this part of the lido deck is- it didn't get much more crowded throughout the trip.

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We always like to watch the bags come onboard-

 

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Keep it coming. Will be on the Spirit when she finishes her Alaska run and heads back south to Hawaii and on to the winter in Australia. Will have cabin 8234 port side so the smells should not be a problem but I hear that the employee area right next to us will be a noise factor. Glad to hear it is easy to get to Serenity from here. Husband needs this daily hot tub for mobility.

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I was in 7301 on Miracle last year (exactly one deck below, same ship class). LOVE LOVE LOVE the 9B cabin!! But like you, the only issue I had was the grease smell! Especially at peak eating hours, including late at night when they would have the late night eats.

 

Each day I had our steward de-odorize the room. It would smell great but then slowly as the day progressed, the fried chicken/rancid grease smell would return.

 

Glad to know I wasn't the only one that smelled the grease! :)

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thank you so much for the great reveiw. what a great cabin. as you can see from my post i love the spirit and alaska. having pix like these posted will keep my addiction too the 2 satisfied since i wont be able too be on her again when she repositions too austrailia. thanks again.

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I will be sailing July 24th in cabin 8237. Thank you for posting pictures of room..looks like a great cabin..looking forward to reading more of this review.

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Here is a shot of the new Green Thunder slide on the Spirit. The pipeline looks like it's taking you out over the water slightly- we saw several people ride down the slide even though it was cold in that water.

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Great Pics. We leave for this same cruise in 2 days. Did you get far enough up Tracy Arm to see the Sawyer Glacier?

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DH and I just woke up from a 4 hour nap. Our sleep patterns are pretty messed up but it was all worth it. Happy Father's Day out there-

 

I wanted just to talk a little bit about the past guest party on the Spirit. We were invited to this party, so I guess we made it under the wire as it pertains to our status. We will book one more cruise and be at gold again anyway, so platinum status and any perks that come with that are a long way off.

 

We were well supplied with spirits on the Spirit, having ordered Crown and Vodka from Bon Voyage back in February before the price increases. We also ordered a 5 wine package which we used at dinner every night. We never bought the "good" coffee- the regular coffee was just fine for us. We used room service frequently- though the regular room service menu was not in our cabin. I don't know if that was an oversight but it didn't prevent us from calling down for sandwiches and chips. Having room service on the balcony is a BIG treat when there are whales blowing right outside your window.

 

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We had a small CC group meet and greet and slot pull on Thursday morning. I was at the bar area on the Serenity Deck asking everyone that came by if they were CC:p Got a lot of strange looks;) doesn't bother me- it's good being sanguine.

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Great Pics. We leave for this same cruise in 2 days. Did you get far enough up Tracy Arm to see the Sawyer Glacier?

 

We got pretty far into the arm- close enough to see South Sawyer well. The excursion boats got a lot closer than the ship- but as I mentioned, we were surrounded by ice just sitting on deck. I've done an Alaskan cruise before and we went into Glacier Bay then. This was different- no glacier calving noises onboard. Very beautiful nonetheless.

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I will be sailing July 24th in cabin 8237. Thank you for posting pictures of room..looks like a great cabin..looking forward to reading more of this review.

 

We liked this cabin a LOT- we used the balcony space more than any balcony we've ever had. Can't beat the proximity to breakfast and Serenity.

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thank you so much for the great reveiw. what a great cabin. as you can see from my post i love the spirit and alaska. having pix like these posted will keep my addiction too the 2 satisfied since i wont be able too be on her again when she repositions too austrailia. thanks again.

 

Australia is very blessed. Spirit is definitely NOT on her last legs... she's still a pretty girl. There's really only a few things I'd change about her physically. Her crews love her, and it shows. I'm glad that we were able to sail on her before she repositions as Australia probably is not in my near future;)

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Thanks for sharing your experience. Totally looking forward to it!

Started the single digit dance today and we'll see it for real soon!

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I was in 7301 on Miracle last year (exactly one deck below, same ship class). LOVE LOVE LOVE the 9B cabin!! But like you, the only issue I had was the grease smell! Especially at peak eating hours, including late at night when they would have the late night eats.

 

Each day I had our steward de-odorize the room. It would smell great but then slowly as the day progressed, the fried chicken/rancid grease smell would return.

 

Glad to know I wasn't the only one that smelled the grease! :)

 

 

Yes- that ONE day was pretty bad. I was actually napping that afternoon and thought there was a fire somewhere onboard... then I realized what it was. We looked at 7301 for our trip too- looks like a great cabin.

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Thanks for sharing your experience. Totally looking forward to it!

Started the single digit dance today and we'll see it for real soon!

Love the anticipation of that last week before a cruise:D

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So going on...

 

I don't believe in purely positive reviews- not that I can't qualify as a cheerleader sometimes, but I want to give people information about the trip that may save them from consternation. So, I want to move on to Thursday night at the Steakhouse and Skagway.

 

We had already had our 1st formal night on the Spirit on Wednesday and our party ordered prime rib and lobster for the most part. I ordered the pasta carbonara just to see what the options tasted like... it was not very good. We had "your time" dining, and our servers on that night were fairly passive aggressive... that is, they subtly made fun of my food choice. they would set down a plate of prime rib and say to my family member- here's your carbonara... in other words, they knew my choice wasn't so hot. I did too- the point was to try the alternatives so I could review it.

And I'm glad I did. I ordered the prime rib on the 2nd formal night and enjoyed it. But the attitude bothered me... we did not have that team again for service, and most of the other teams were wonderful.

 

Thursday was all about Tracy Arm and we had pretty weather topped off with a steakhouse reservation at 6:30. Service up there was impeccable and the food was of the highest quality. I had a lovely bisque and filet mignon... and the entertainment was a whale that breached outside the window. It's really a step above the MDR... when we took the behind the fun tour we saw why- the chefs who work up there mean business;)The young lady who sold me the wine package in the atrium worked up in the steakhouse and she was the epitome of professionalism. A note on Carnival... the price of the steakhouse went up to $35 dollars per person during the week we were getting ready for the trip. They honored my reservation at $30 per person. Not a really big deal, but it made me think well of the Spirit's management. Yes, we do notice these things.

 

A little aside- our friend was brought the biggest piece of cheesecake I've ever seen in my life... and I've seen some whoppers. Just sayin...

 

So... we wake up the next morning in Skagway.

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It was a foggy, coolish misty day down in the harbor. We had two excursions planned: "To the Summit" and the brewery tour:p This is also where you can do the Yukon train excursion and the "goodtime" ladies tour- I believe they are offered in a variety of combinations.

So we boarded our bus to the "summit". The driver was very apologetic because we really couldn't see diddly because of the mist. People on the train probably had the same issue. People ahead of us on the road encountered a washout where the road was closed due to heavy rainfall- so, this part of the day was a bust. As I reflect upon it, I would not do something like this again... even with the view- it would not have been my cup of tea. Since we'd actually taken the dome train to Denali a few years ago, we did not want to do a "train to nowhere" kind of thing- and were fairly glad of it when the weather turned out like it did.

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This is part of the runoff from the rainfall that closed the road-

 

So after being dropped off back in town, we ambled over to the Red Onion, which I'd seen before on our previous cruise. I treated everyone to the "quickie" tour of the place for $5 apiece and we had a nice lunch of appetizers there, as we were on our own. Our guide there was a substiute teacher/librarian at the Skagway school and a good-time girl in her parttime. She was cute and personable. This is me on the stairs going up to the girls' rooms.

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After the Red Onion, we shopped a bit and went back to board the bus for our second excursion to the Brewery. Oh my goodness- not to be missed.

 

Lacey the young lady who works there should be a STAR! Seriously- what an amazing voice she has... it is a perfect voice for radio or animation. If you hear her, you will know what I mean.

 

She kept our glasses full of the microbrewery's offerings- I am not usually a beer drinker but it all was very good. There wasn't much to the tour:p but we saw the brew room and had a visit from the local odd duck, who ended up being the owner of the brewery. Then, after telling Lacey that we had several fine singers in our group... she encouraged us to sing! What fun! We all went up to get some views from their upstairs deck and went back to town happy-

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Above- Lacey explaining the brew room-

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Up on deck at the brewery in Skagway-

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A river runs past it;)

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We spent a full day in Skagway and then departed for Juneau. We had other ships coming into port when we were there too. Here's a Princess ship coming in.7390786588_68c595d24a.jpg

 

We'd booked the salmon hatchery, Mendenhall glacier and salmon bake combination. BTW, our kids in the meantime were doing other things like kayaking, rappelling, ziplining, etc. Sorry- just the old folks write reviews.

I can tell you what they said about the different things though if you are curious.

 

First let me say that I don't criticize an excursion lightly since I know that people's livliehoods depend on summer tourism, but I have to say something about the Juneau excursions. Namely- the salmon hatchery.

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There were some runs on the other side of this area... but no fish to be seen. Fine- it's not the season- but this was pretty much a view of a building without anything much to see but a gift shop and some smallish aquariums and taxidermy specimens inside. The biggest "smile" I guess, came from the bus guide touting the salmon "caviar" samples, which interested me. Hey, I eat caviar sometimes. I even have a can in the pantry right now. Well, when I went to the counter to ask for the sample, the sullen girl behind the counter whom I was obviously bothering- opened up a can and gave me an egg. 1 egg the size of a champagne bubble. No kidding. This was basically a gift store stop that we paid for. Below, you will see the highlight of the tour, the empty salmon run.

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So just saying. If you are there when something is going on, it might be somewhat more exciting, but for us it was a waste of time and money.

 

On to Mendenhall-

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This is an absolutely amazing place. I loved this part of the tour which required a good bit of walking on our parts. Needed a stretch of the legs at that point. If you are quick enough you can take the trail down to a waterfall which is quite spectacular. It would have been stretching our time limit there to do that since we wanted to see the excellent film at the visitor center.

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I really wanted to climb to the top of this rock but it was quite slick. You can see the visitor center above with people looking out at the glacier with binoculars. There were a ton of geological and natural history displays here with panoramic views of the area. I bought something at the bookstore here from a non-sullen employee.

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We did enjoy the salmon bake food and the area it was in. Like a church picnic. Not a waste for us although there is not much time there.

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Well that's all for tonight. Will leave you with a picture of Creek street in Ketchikan. We took an early walk out there before the Duck tour. I like Ketchikan a lot-

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Did you have a live band? If you did how were they?

 

We had a live show band and they were excellent. There were single live entertainers all over the ship, but no small dance bands that I bumped into. But there might have been and we just didn't make it to that area.

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We explored Ketchikan early before our Duck tour. It was wet and cold but we dressed for the weather. These guys are locals, gleaning some free wifi from one of the museum/info buildings in the center of town.They dressed for the weather too.

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We saw several of our CC group out and about this morning. A lot of people just got out and walked the towns and Ketchikan would be good for this, especially in better weather. We were on the Duck tour though, which turned out to be my husband's favorite tour because of the great shots of the Bald Eagles he got as we traversed the waterfront.

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This picture is the one he likes the most. It is the "eagle buffet".Note the lone, brave raven;)

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Our Behind the Fun tour was conducted on the day trip to Victoria. It started early in the morning and was led by the training officer Manu. We saw the galley, the laundry, crew's lounge, the steakhouse galley and chefs, the engine control room and the bridge. I LOVE the towel folding machine. Wish I had one. We were not allowed to take pictures of our own for security reasons but here is our tour shot on the bridge with Captain Binacchi and Officer Mateo who gave part of our bridge tour. I asked Mateo a trick question- why Italians made the best sailors;) and the Captain didn't miss a beat. He said it was because they were surrounded by water and that's why Italians were such good sailors. The Captain was very cordial- he has an impressive green thumb demonstrated by the potted garden up on the bridge.

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As we docked in Victoria- these little guys showed up for their free meal. They seem to know that they will be fed, even though the passengers were specifically told not to do so. Suffice it to say, they left happy-

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Coming into pretty Victoria-

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Don't know if anyone is reading this- but will continue on until I run out of my Flickr space for pictures.

 

We were scheduled to do the Twilight Craigdorrach Castle tour in Victoria and I am very happy to say it was a nice tour- mainly because it allowed us to pass through that lovely town. It is pretty much perfection... homes from all decades in the 20th century perfectly cared for and gardens that are out of this world. They have a little waterfront, downtown area that is all lit up at night. My DIL loved Victoria and wants to live there-

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Craigdorrach Castle when we arrived-

 

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Beautiful stained glass inside the "Castle"- We had a cellist playing as we toured the rooms. Interesting history behind the construction of the place and the family that lived there.

 

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It was becoming twilight as we were leaving...

 

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Pretty Victoria at night- I'd like to visit again and stay for a few days.

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Yes I am just not saying anything until I get to the end. My folks have done Alaska but not us yet. I see many things they saw in your photos. They did like the salmon tour but they were there just at the very beginning so not too many fish jumping yet for them.

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Yes I am just not saying anything until I get to the end. My folks have done Alaska but not us yet. I see many things they saw in your photos. They did like the salmon tour but they were there just at the very beginning so not too many fish jumping yet for them.

 

 

Thanks for the feedback.

 

I do think a lot of people are reticent to post their objective opinions about excursions because they don't want to step on any toes. I post both the good and bad because that's how I make my own travel decisions from afar... based on other's reviews. In my case, I was really looking forward to the salmon hatchery tour- was disappointed there. I DID get to see some salmon at the Seattle Aquarium- THAT was exciting. Here's a pic-

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Last post for the night. As you can see, we really enjoyed Victoria. The stop was very short and we returned to our cabin already packed with bags set out. That is the best course of action if you are going out into Victoria at night. We had a change of clothes in our carryon and toiletries. Everything else was outside and ready to go for Zone 1 debarkation.

 

Tuesday morning we woke up... well, it was a really noisy night so I really don't know how much we actually slept. I did a room check and we went up to the lido above our room for juice and coffee until we were called- which was very soon after we got up there.

 

Walked off the ship and our luggage was smack in the front of Zone 1 holding which we grabbed and walked out of the terminal to wait for Seattle Express. We'd called them early in the morning and at first they disclaimed knowledge of us, but we had a confirmation number on a printed email. PRINT EVERYTHING folks;) Anyway, the trip to the Hampton Inn cost $9 per person and it was just me and DH. Hampton checked us in early into a 2 bedroom suite near the City Center (more on that later). But I had time to take a nap before the rest of our group showed up from Zone 21.

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Thanks for your review! I am headed out on the Spirit in August with my mom and sister (first cruise for both of them), and have been finishing up some final planning the last few days.

 

We are booked in the aft 8268, and can't wait. Everything looks so gorgeous...but it looks COLD! :p

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Thanks for your review! I am headed out on the Spirit in August with my mom and sister (first cruise for both of them), and have been finishing up some final planning the last few days.

 

We are booked in the aft 8268, and can't wait. Everything looks so gorgeous...but it looks COLD! :p

 

 

Hi Lizstar- Yes, our week on the cruise was coldish. Not cold in the sense that we were wishing for our ski jackets, but definitely colder than our previous Alaska trip had been in the same time period of early June.

I know that you will have fun though, and that Panorama aft is a great location to reach the lido and Serenity area.

 

Somebody who never seemed too cold was Lula in our cabin. She never managed to put anything on at all;) This is DS and DIL eating chocolate covered strawberries under Lula's watchful eye.

 

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