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DECK 4

 

CASINO

 

There were a lot of new games (slots) that I hadn't seen before and a few of the oldies but goodies as well.

 

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This was something new that I had never seen before...you could lay your phone down on the slot machine while playing and charge it.

 

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LIMELIGHT LOUNGE: This is the place they held the comedy shows...not nearly big enough!

 

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Outside the club and along the wall, they had pictures hanging that you could purchase. They were printed on metal and pretty neat, but just pictures that someone had taken. I kept thinking I could do this with some of my pictures...and probably never need to work again since they were selling them for over $500 each and up. YIKES

 

 

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THE LIQUID LOUNGE

 

This is the theater on the ship, which wasn't really a "lounge" but a theater and I thought it was a weird choice of naming

 

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You will find the shops along the middle of the ship and around the Atrium on both decks 4 & 5

 

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SKYBOX SPORTS BAR

 

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It had a video poker table (Texas Holdem) that the hubby enjoyed watching and playing a few times.

 

 

 

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BONSAI TEPPANYAKI SUSHI AREA

 

I always think this place is a neatly decorated area. However, I felt that it was a little big and not many people in there at any given time during our cruise at least. I guess they were expecting a bigger turnout. (There was also seating outside with tables as well).

 

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CHERRY ON TOP CANDY AREA

 

You could find some odd things in here as well (like snorkeling equipment: masks, goggles, snorkels, full face masks)

 

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PIG & ANCHOR.

 

Now this place was a little shocking for me I guess. Some of the other newer ships have Pig & Anchor BBQ on the outside of the ship (which is free and only open during certain times) but this ship also had an entire restaurant dedicated to this as well....fOR A CHARGE! They did offer other foods that you couldn't get outside at the free area, but this place was HUGE! I guess they also expected a lot of people to jump on this as well...and there were only a handful of people at any given time in here. This place ran along the walkway down the side of the ship all the way to the other side of the ship. It had tables and chairs along the walkway, all the way over to the other side and another dining area. It was huge. It did have a small band area as well.

 

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It also included a bar down the side

 

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HAVANA BAR AND AREA

 

I guess you have to be staying in one of the Havana rooms to enjoy the private area outside with the pool. I absolutely love the way the havana outside areas look. It's like having your own small personal patio. However, children under 12 years old are not allowed to stay in these rooms from what I understand.

 

Here is the bar area. I loved the colors

 

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THE LANAI AREA

 

Outside on deck 5th was plenty of walking areas. Several of the restaurants had outside seating here and then there were just places to hang out as well. Here's the area for smokers. They have nice comfy chairs and beds. 

 

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OCEAN PLAZA AREA

 

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Along the side, they had a specialty coffee shop and you could get donuts as well.

 

 

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Along the walkway leading out...plenty of Pixels tablets and seats to order or review your pictures taken by the ship staff.

 

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Outside the piano bar was a creation of a Santa Chocolate Village on display. Now notice I said DISPLAY! Like I'm almost 110% sure you are not supposed to eat this. However, on our first day, while exploring the ship, there were 2 ladies who came up to this, inspected it really close, they broke some pieces off and ATE IT! 🤣:classic_blink:

 

 

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PIXELS

 

This is the area you go to for your pictures. There are TONS of tablets everywhere for you to use to view the pictures and place orders. As always, they were also selling things like the scrapbooks and odds and ends items.

 

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They also had 2 walls of pictures, that was like a t.v screen that displayed peoples pictures randomly. It was neat to walk by and try to see if you might spot yours up there. I do believe I spotted the hubbys picture from being up on the sports deck flipping around on this screen once. 

 

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DECK 6

 

To get to Circle C or The Warehouse arcade, you must go up the steps and over and back down on the other side. It was odd.

 

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Circle C

 

 

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The Warehouse arcade

 

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IMAX MOVIE THEATER

 

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This is the area you purchased tickets (either from the person behind the counter or by using one of the several self-ordering pads located in this area). They sold tickets to the IMAX theater where you could watch normal movies and normal movies in 3D or you could experience the Thrill Theater with the short movie clips you watch in 3D with moving seats and other effects. They also sold candy, bagged popcorn and drinks (which you could use your bottomless bubbles package here).

 

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I have to say that this carnival ship looks like a beauty to me. Not offensive and Las Vegas looking like others.  

 

Why cant they do shower doors and not the dreaded shower curtain?

 

great review.  

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Great review!   Where can you go to eat (without being charged extra!) once you board the ship?

 

Thanks for doing the review!!

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At the coffee shop where they had the donuts and cupcakes,  I didn’t see prices on the menu. Was there a charge for those items or are they included in the cruise fare?

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Having never sailed the Carnival ships, I am confused.

 

Do they charge a fee for on board activities and movies, and most of their dining places?

 

I know RCI charges for some of their pay restaurants, and some new thing on the newest ships, but movies?

 

Thanks

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