8 Night Caribbean Cruise - : Independence of the Seas Cruise Review by Pegster25
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8 Night Caribbean Cruise -
Destination: Eastern Caribbean
Embarkation: Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades)
So what were our favorites More -- everything! We did it all, well, except the Flowrider surfing lessons!! There is so much to do in the evening! We loved the singer in the Dog & Badger Pub; his shows were different each night, based on the requests from the audience. The shows were fun, loved the Ice Show (don't miss it!), the band in the Pyramid Lounge always lively and crowded.
Johnny Rockets was a fun spot, made it for a late dinner after we watched the Patriots in the ACS Championship game.
Ports of call offered a great variety; in St. Kitts we did the Sail/Rail excursion, which I highly recommend. Great way to see the country. In St. Martin, we visited Dawn Beach (beautiful) that offered great beach, Mr. Bisby's rest/bar on the beach; then headed over to Maho Beach to see the large jetliners fly in -- what a rush but be sure to get there by 1:45 so you can get the full experience. San Juan was good for shopping; Labadee was awesome beach and relaxing day. Hubby did the zip line -- said it was a rush.All in all -- we had a blast, met some great new friends and signed up onboard for our next RCCL cruise - to the Panama Canal. We'll wait till the new canal opens so that we can take our IOS ship; we loved her size and all her variety.
Be open to all of the experiences she gives you, and you will not be disappointed. Less
Cabin review: D28654 Superior Oceanview Stateroom with Balcony
IOS - Balcony D2 - 8654 -- One of the biggest balcony staterooms that we have stayed in for our 7 past cruises. Couch, large size bureau, huge closet with lots of hangers and side shelves, lots of little hidden storage areas. Store suitcases under the bed. Bathroom also huge, with rounded shower doors. Balcony size also large, compared to Princess and Norwegian ships.Read All Superior Oceanview Stateroom with Balcony (D2) Reviews >>
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