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This was a cruise for my Mom's 73rd birthday, her 3rd cruise, second on Carnival...my 8th cruise and 4th on Carnival. We had a wonderful cruise though there were some issues that I will cover.

 

Our vacation began on Saturday the 18th with flights from Richmond, VA to FLL.

 

 

 

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I rented a car at FLL from Budget, had an extremely long wait for the car but once I was at the desk and were finished being interrupted by rude people with no boundaries we were on our way. We had a reservation to stay 2 nights at BEST WESTERN PLUS Fort Lauderdale Airport South Inn & Suites. This location is right off 95 and is crazy easy to get to. We checked in and went to the room and unloaded, the desk help gave us suggestions for local restaurants and we went out to a diner and had the best cold beers and we went back to the hotel and got a great night sleep.

 

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The hotel stay included internet and breakfast, Sunday morning it was chaotic there with many travelers either going on cruises out of Port Everglades or having returned from a cruise. Breakfast offerings included yogurt, hot or cold cereals, pastries, sausage, bacon, Golden Malted Waffle (self serve, self-made), coffee and juices. We had a light breakfast and then went out exploring. Having stayed at Hollywood Beach back in October, we drove out that way and had an enjoyable walk on both the beach and boardwalk.

 

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After hanging out for a while we decided to venture to Sawgrass Mills in Sunrise, Florida, it's a massive outlet mall. We bopped around there and then went to Wal Mart, then back to the hotel area and some spontaneous shoe shopping then an early dinner before turning in early.

 

We ate a quick breakfast Monday morning and left from the hotel at 8am for Miami airport to drop off the rental car, we went really early because we had no idea what to expect with traffic on 95 or how long the rental return might take. It was swift and painless, we took a taxi to the port which cost $24 + tip. We were sitting outside the terminal at 9:10am.

 

 

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Being that we were very early, we watched as the disembarkation process was ongoing and many were flowing out to get to their buses or shuttles. We were allowed inside at about 10:30 or so. We had Faster to the Fun and were directed to that line, after having our boarding pass and IDs inspected we were told to go to the screening area, though there was only 1 line for everyone and anyone with FTTF would be butting in line with those without, so it became a bit of a mess because the few of us with FTTF got in line behind the others without. Not a major problem as it was early but there were comments of "what's the point as we are needing to get behind those without, so defeats the purpose." And so onward we went into the terminal where there were all of like 4 people checking in customers with many ealybirds and wedding parties lined up. Again, we were there, not a big deal. After going through that we found seats and settled in for the wait to board. More employees were coming in to assist checking in and it was getting more crowded but not bad. I wish i had made note of what time VIP boarding started, weddings, Diamond & Platinum, then FTTF. Many with Zone 1 were trying to go before VIPS were finished and it was holding up the flow. We found that people were very very pushy and rude on this cruise. People lost their minds, no boundaries, no patience, no courtesy. My Mom was almost knocked over multiple times during the cruise and I was actually pushed [while of all things looking for a photo in the photo section].

 

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Because we like to be out and about, we chose an interior on deck 7 forward 7256. The location was very good for going off ship and to get to the main shows in the Caribbean Main Show Lounge, getting to and from the elevators. There were at times some noise from the late night entertainment in the lobby bar area, but when we hit the sack we were pretty tired and it did not keep us up. Things were generally quiet in the hallway.

 

The inside cabin had plenty of room. The bathroom (no pic, sorry) was fine, but the hairdryer was AWFUL! I regretted not taking a travel hair dryer and my flat iron. Bad hair every day.

 

 

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The ship was looking great but there is certainly some wear and tear that is visible. A few times while on deck 10 we could feel loose or worn slats and we could see wear and tear on stairs especially stairs outdoors. This in no way impacted out cruise but was just observation. We like the older ships and know realistically that nothing is perfect.

 

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The aft pool hosts the Pizza, Grill, bar, Swirls and coffee. It's a hoppin and busy area.

 

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The Caribbean Theater was really beautiful...

 

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I love its chandelier....

 

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We love to look at all of the ships' art and features, these seems to always be better and more prevalent on the older ships.

 

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In the Library

 

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Hey Dana, it's Yolanda (and Bobby) from Liberty. I hope you enjoyed your cruise and I am looked forward to your review.

 

Heyyyy! I was thinking about you while on the cruise, Victory is like a smaller version of Liberty, we really enjoyed the ship a lot! We liked the ship more than Liberty but missed Guy's, lol.

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Can't wait to read more of your vacation post! My family and I are also from Richmond Va and are sailing on the Victory in a few weeks for our first cruise :)

 

 

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We are from NOVA-Cant wait to see more. We will be on the Victory next monday on a 5 day and your review will get us in the mood. we sailed her out of PR and loved her, glad to see she is still in good shape.

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Loving your review so far & the pictures too! My Mom & I sail for our girl's cruise on Monday, our 1st time on the Victory!

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Since it was early and not crowded, we explored a bit, we had wanted to go see the dining rooms but they were taking inquiries only and would not permit us to go in and look around until after 3pm.

 

 

 

Here is the Caspian Wine Bar...

 

 

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The Black & Red Seas Jazz Lounge....

 

 

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And here is Mom having an adult beverage as Sailaway was starting up...

 

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And a gorgeous sun set....

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At dinner, we met our waiter Sijan, he did a great job each night, he was very busy though, we did figure out that the later we went the more time he had to talk and for us to get to know him. He's been employed by Carnival for 10 years and his wife is a bartender in the Casino.

 

Anyway, the first night I forgot to take food porn pics but i can tell you I had a pork chop steak that was very good, I felt that this cruise had the best quality of my 4 Carnival cruises, everything was served hot and tasted very good. I tried to order things I had not tried before and was pleasantly surprised.

 

They sent out some cake for Mom and sang Happy Birthday to her.

 

 

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After dinner we went to Game Show Mania and then the Welcome Aboard Show. We were too tired to make it to the comedy club.

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Can't wait to read more of your vacation post! My family and I are also from Richmond Va and are sailing on the Victory in a few weeks for our first cruise :)

 

 

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Small world, what part of Richmond, I live in the West End!

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We woke up Tuesday morning to eerily calm waters...

 

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I cannot recall having ever seen the ocean so calm...

 

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It was a very beautiful morning, very mild.

 

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One thing you must try is Sea Day Brunch! I loved this on Liberty and have been looking forward to it. Brunch is only on Sea Day so be sure not to miss it.

 

Mom had the Eggs Benedict, I had the Huevos rancheros. We each had an order of bacon and we shared the "Hash-Browned Potatoes". We also requested a table for 2, which was no problem. Service was a bit slow to start off but we were happily surprised that Sijan was our waiter.

 

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After brunch we went to the aft pool to relax. I loved the aft pool on Liberty, and this pool on Victory differed that it is not an Adult Only pool. Here lies the problem, there were parents with diapered children in the pool, as soon as I saw that I could not get in the pool. Also there were parents letting their kids go nuts in the pool with little or no supervision, some kids were even diving and belly flopping, I was a bit worried as the ship already had a tragedy a while ago with a child drowning in its main pool. On Liberty Carnival employees supervised the pool area closely, there was not of that supervision on Victory.

 

 

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After a few hours out by the pool, we decided to go to Tea Time. This is also only on Sea Day and is pretty much a light snack. This Tea was kinda pitiful compared to the one on Liberty. On Liberty they brought the teas and hot water, then they came around with the little sandwiches and then the dessert cart. This time they did not even show you the cart, they just asked what you wanted, so if you had never been to tea you would not know what to ask for. Since I had been i asked for the lemon cake and macaroons. When everyone at the table saw the macaroons, they all wanted to try but the server had moved on and so others at the table were expressing disappointment that they did not even have a choice.

 

I did not take any teat time pics, i have 1 in my Liberty review.

 

The fish outside the dining room...I'm a Pisces and I loved the ships' theme!

 

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After tea we headed back to the cabin for a short while and had a little something delivered for my mom from cruise director Goose & John Heald.

 

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We had some down time and then headed to dinner at about 8pm, this was the only "Cruise Elegant" night and it was the only night we had to wait. We requested to be seated in Sijan's section at a table for 2 each night. We were seated at 8:20pm. The tables next to the window [on Victory] provided the most privacy as far as a table for 2 goes.

 

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After dinner we wanted to check out the 10:30pm adult comedy show featuring Mike Lucas, we had some time to spare so we decided on Martini tasting at the wine bar.

 

 

 

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The Martini Tasting is fun, but not much alcohol. We could not finish all of the samples in time so the young lady gave us both glasses to carry with us.

 

The comedy show sucked. Maybe he was having an off night but he was NOT funny. He really was bombing and several people left early. We wanted to, but we stuck it out.

 

Went back to the room to find....

 

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Can't wait we are on the 4 day Victory on Feb 13th to Cozumel and Key West. Did you try the Chef's Table?

btw great review so far..:p

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I have not had time to keep up with the review so onward I go...

 

In short, the sea day was wonderful and relaxing. I see a few posts about winter cruising and the conditions at sea. I have cruised in December, January, March, and have never had a problem. On Carnival Victory the sea day water was extremely calm, eerily so.

 

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I think i posted that before, sorry for being repetitive.

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Day 3 is Grand Turk. This was my 3rd time to Grand Turk, the previous 2 times we only just hit the beach, I had considered renting a golf cart but instead chose to do a tour.

 

We were up early of course, and as always lots of cleaning going on about the ship...

 

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We witnessed a beautiful sunrise, it was amazing to watch the sun rise as we were arriving at the port.

 

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The water was a little choppy here this morning, but it was a gorgeous morning!

 

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What was really nice today was that we were the only ship in port. In October I was on Liberty with Victory in port and it was pretty crowded.

 

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And so we proceeded through the duty free shop, we went to find the meeting spot for our tour, booked through Carnival, The Gradd Turk Experience. This tour takes you around Grand Turk and will drop you off at a beach with pick-ups throughout the day.

 

We boarded a van, the driver introduced himself and said that because only 1 ship was in port we would have a small group. The tour was with about 12 of us total.

 

The van was comfortable with A/C. It was not very hot, back in October it was in the upper 90s, this day if it made it up to 80 I would be surprised.

 

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For most of the tour you are looking through large windows at various points of interest. It was nice to see the island for a change. I'm really glad we did that tour.

 

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We stopped at an area known for its salt mining history, the driver kept mentioning migratory birds, i would not have expected to see flamingos at Grand Turk.

 

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We spend some time at the gist shop, where there are some historical displays and a video to watch, the gift shop sells some of the same jewelry that can be found at the Dizzy Donkey back at port for a bit less, just an FYI. Also they sell some art work, note cards, cooking and bath salts. There is a place to order carry out food and to buy drinks.

 

 

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Turks Head Cactus...

 

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We ventured to the lighthouse, on the way to and from we did see many horses, we saw several donkeys, a few dogs...

 

 

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We were told we had just 10 short minutes here, which was a disappointment, but what made that worse was when we were all back in the bus but waited 5 or more minutes for the driver to get back. Speaking of the driver, I saw him drinking Ginger Beer, which i guess he got at the gift shop, i wanted to try it and there was a little snack/drink bar at the light house, they did not have ginger beer so I had the next best thing.

 

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It was good.

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On the way back from the light house we stopped off at an area that has a beach with snorkeling and diving, we were really on the fence about getting off and staying, I had read that the beach was free but that they nickel and dimed for everything. With loungers for no charge back at port and more we wanted to do and see, we decided not to go. Only 1 couple stayed, the driver escorted them to wherever they needed to go and he came back and we were on our way back to port.

 

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We found a few lounge chairs, relaxed for a bit, then decided to walk up the beach to Jack's Shack.

 

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After getting back from there we decided to head over to Margaritaville.

 

 

 

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It was very quiet at Margaritaville, the music was playing but there was not much in the way of participation that the DJ was looking for.

 

 

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We ordered a few drinks and some nachos....

 

 

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Not too long after eating, the sky grew dark and it started to rain...I had experienced this before and figured it would pass in a matter of 10-20 minutes, was willing to wait it out but my Mom did not want to and was getting a bit tired so we headed to the long line of people wanting to get back on the ship.

 

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This was our first of a few experiences of extremely rude people, rude in line, and then when actually back on the ship very rude with the elevators. Mom was literally almost knocked down twice to get on an elevator. It was crazy.

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Having made it back on board and finally safely into our cabin, we chilled for a bit, went to the aft pool, then went and got ready for the past guest party.

 

This was our first time and it was nice, a bit underwhelming. Just so you know you can order beer and other drinks but they are passing around the same drinks being pushed on day 1 and they were quite potent. They also passed around some snacks.

 

I have to say we really liked Goose as our Cruise Director. His voice can get a bit annoying but he was very active and very good at what he does. On Liberty we had Josh and we had heard such great things about him and we felt like he talked too much and did too little, Goose was the opposite, he was everywhere and he was not overdoing it on the intercom which was refreshing.

 

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If i remember correctly, we ate dinner late because we were full from the drinks at the Past Guest Party. This is where we really learned the advantages of Your Time Dining and being able to get to know your wait staff. As the night got later the tables were clearing and the wiat staff had more time to interact with their guests. We loved getting to know our waiter and servers. Our waiter, we asked for him every night, has worked for Carnival for 10 years and his wife also works on the ship, we got to meet her at the casino bar!

 

After dinner night shots...

 

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Latin Band and dance lessons....

 

 

 

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Grand Turk Day was also the big Caribbean Dance Party out on deck...

 

 

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leading the party! *sorry about the noise but it was very windy!

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We woke up early Thursday morning to another beautiful morning with calm waters and fluffy clouds....

 

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We ate our breakfast out at the aft pool area, as they have someone there making omelets and there was rarely a wait.

 

After breakfast we headed down to the guest services area to wait with the VIFP and FTTF group. We not only had FTTF but we rented a cabana, so priority tendering was a perk for us. There were not a whole lot of us waiting, maybe about 15 or so, but the line to get a tender ticket was insane!

 

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This was also my 3rd time to HMC and my Mom's first. I was so glad the weather was nice!

 

 

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One we were beyond the yellow walls, we turned in our cabana tickets and caught a ride on a truck.

 

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Ok, so here we are at lovely HMC, it's absolutely as beautiful as the last time, if not moreso. The water was a little chilly but the clarity was awesome, 4 feet in and you can still see your toes.

 

 

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What is wrong with this picture?

 

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There is a major problem with beach erosion that poses a safety hazard. We had cabana 12 and in order to SAFELY be able to enter the water you have to walk over past cabana 9 and make a U-turn to come back and get into the water. Otherwise you are looking at a 2 foot drop-off and you can either fall down it or fall trying to get back up. I carved out a slope and I could get down but my mother, 73 years old, could not take that chance of falling. We saw at least 5 falls either trying to get down or trying to get back up. This was very unfortunate. *I work in a orthopedic inpatient rehab facility and so i am paranoid about people falling.

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Thank you for your great review with awesome pictures! Hubby and I were debating on doing this same cruise (a back to back- we got off the Conquest on the 19th and wanted to do this one, too) of course we regret not doing it :(

 

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I was aiming for the link above this but opened this one instead.

 

I am enjoy your review and photos so much that it makes me want to drive to Florida (I don't fly) and take a cruise on this ship.

 

Keep the review and photos coming because I can't wait to see more.

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I sent a review on Carnival.com of the cabana. They refused publication.

 

 

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We packed Cabana 12 because it is far enough off the beaten path that it is not crowded, but it is close enough to the restrooms and not too far from the barbeque pavilion. My first visit to HMC in 2011 we did not rent a cabana. Second time, just this past October, we rented Villa D [after i received an unexpected bonus at work, otherwise no way!]. This time renting was for my Mom, in case it was too hot, or in case of rain.

 

With the villa, we had visitors. I gave a tour. People helped themselves to our floating mats and use of the outdoor shower. Someone thought it was a store. "Oh you rented this? I'm on your property."

 

Well, with the cabana, people took our floating mats, they used our shower, and they changed clothes and shoes on our stairs, and used the stairs as a resting place. In the grand scheme of life, not the worst thing that can happen, but I would never have crossed those boundaries myself. While my Mom and i were in the water together, a man tried to remove our stuff from our beach lounge chairs but the lady sitting near us stopped him. Of course I could have left my Mom to guard stuff while I was in the water and taken turns dong that, but one should not need to do that.

 

We had other visitors to our cabana. Birds and lizards. The folks at Carnival give you a cooler full of sodas and water, a fruit tray, a veggie tray, a large bag of chips, some dips, oranges. They even gave us cups and an ice bucket. They put the dips in the fridge and left the fruit and veggie trays out on the table covered in saran wrap. The birds invaded the trays, specifically the veggie tray, pooping on it and poking a hole in it. We tossed that out and managed to get get the fruit tray to fit under the cooler lid. The dips were uncovered in the fridge and a crust of sorts had formed on them. No doubt it's a challenging delivery system, but a little more effort needs to go into this.

 

We also watched as 2 grown women invade villa E as soon as the occupants left. They used the hot tub and were going upstairs when Carnival employees came and they ran out laughing, only to pass our cabana and then went and helped themselves to go into cabana 11.

 

 

Oddly, we did not mind the lizards.

 

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In Oct we learned that leaving later is better. No hurry. Carnival will NOT leave you on HMC. We relaxed, we strolled, we took pics of ourselves and took photos for people here and there.

 

 

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Back to the Ship? Really? Do we have to?

 

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If we were not on the last tender we were on the second to last. No hurry, they will NOT leave you on the TENDER. Yet some lady was rushing and not paying attention and slammed into my Mom almost knocking her down. On a rocking boat. Geez.

 

 

 

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Once we made it through another fiasco of elevator frenzied people, we were up on deck watching the pretty sunset.

 

 

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We went back to the cabin and changed then headed to the dining room. Each night we ordered drinks...

 

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For dinner, since this was my 4th Carnival Cruise and knowing that the menus are changing, i wanted to try a few things i never had and might not be able to again. I had tried the pork chop steak which was surprisingly excellent, the ribs which were awesome, tonight i tried the bacon mac & cheese.

 

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To be honest, i laughed and took its picture because i thought it was funny, this tiny little piece of chicken with mac & cheese and half a slice of bacon. But it was actually very good. The chicken was cooked and seasoned perfectly. My brother is a chef and I grew up around really great cooks, and though the mac & cheese was not really what I consider to be true Mac & Cheese, the chicken stood out and the mac & cheese was just a nice side.

 

Oh and could this waiter dance and have

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After dinner we went back to the cabin to find this...

 

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The night was not over though, we had a few things we wanted to do and to see.

 

Ultimately, the Quest Game ended up being the funnest thing ever, OMG it was a scream, i had seen this on another cruise-line but never on Carnival, Goose did such a great job!!!!

 

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