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Carnival Glory Cruise Review by huberta: Carnival Glory New England cruise


huberta
1 Review
Member Since 2010
1 Post

Member Rating

Cabin 5.0
Dining 5.0
Embarkation 5.0
Enrichment Activities 5.0
Entertainment 4.0
Family & Children Not Rated
Fitness & Recreation Not Rated
Public Rooms 5.0
Rates 5.0
Service 5.0
Shore Excursions 4.0
Value for Money 5.0

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Carnival Glory New England cruise

Sail Date: June 2012
Destination: Canada & New England
Embarkation: Boston

This was my wife and i second cruise on carnival it was really good the food wasn't as good as the last cruise on the last one. breakfast really isn't that great. lunch was prettygood their burrito bar is great and i love chili dogs.
they have the fish and calamari is pretty good. we ate in the platinum resteraunt. at 8:15 with one other couple they were great. if you do st john's
i recomend 2 to 4 hours we did 8 the top 10 we went june 24. it was 70 degrees
not bad. halifax was 50 and rainy but you got to see the titanic cemetary. i took a couple of pictures and there is orbs in them. for the money you can't beat carnival we get an inside room on the lido deck. we book early so you get a good deal. it cost 1000 for the trip and about `1000 for airfare we let carnival do our airfare. the lady we talk to is named marney she is the best.
the biggest thing is pay your tips the little girl who cleaned our room was really sweet we found out they make 1.00 per person per More room and they work 13 hrs a day. i gave her an extra 20.00 my biggest complaint is the kids teenagers up late and roudy and the bad thing is they were american kids the foreiners we seen kept their kids by them. they were well behaved. what is wrong with parents. these kids could easily sneak off and do what ever. i see alot of complaints about food or excursions or check in we got at the boston airprt at 11. and there was a represenative right there it was a little bit before the bus came but we got on board easily. i would recomend bringing at least a long sleeve shirt and a jacket because you never know about the weather. we're all ready planning our next cruise. we went on ncl before and it sucked. that was to alaska i would go but go on carnival. i don't have kids and i don't want to put up with yours. what is wrong with parents. it was our 19 anniversary i ordered roses and a small cake the roses arewere the best i've seen the cake was great to. service every where is great. my wife won't even consider another cruiseline. one more things souviners in both ports are high you won't find 5.00 shirts. Less

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Cabin review: Carnival Glory Interior Lido 9212

we all ways get a inside room on deck 9 it's worth it the buffet is on that deck. the rooms are great and big enough for my wife and i plenty of room for our suitcases and plenty of hangers we brought alot of clothes the closets are surprisingly large my wife has a large suitcase it fit in the closet mine fit under the bed plenty of drawers for socks and underwear our room was 9212 we were toward the front its quieter away from the elevators. we don't stay in the room much so who cares about a balcony. the bed was big and comfortable for the money you can't beat it we could aford a balcony but we like it really dark at night.

Port and Shore Excursions


City Tour

(3)
there's not much to do there we took an 8 hr excursion wen went to fundy that was good but we went to a shopping place it was like a flea market and fish market not real thrilling also went to a museam it was boring.

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