Cruise for DH and I 20th anniversary and this time we left the children at home. We flew into Miami the day before to see the city and try some Cuban food. DH started the day with a head cold. Since we had a before dawn flight, our first stop was at Walmart to get him some medicine and wine/soda to carry on. Our only grip about Wal-Mart was that the people they have working behind the pharmacy counter could barely speak English and it took several of them to get the cold medicine my DH wanted.
We purchased Faster to the Fun, we arrive at the port early. There was basically no wait in either the F2F line or the regular line. People were all walking on. We made sure we told ever we had F2F, and the lady directing people did not even know what it was as she originally placed us in the regular line. I ask again and then we were moved to the correct line. Our cabin was ready and it was nice to quickly unpack before we headed up for lunch.
We had anytime dinning at typically ate before 7pm. There typically was not much of wait except the first night. The first night there was a line when we left the dinning room. The rest of the week we did not see any lines. We also asked each night to share a table as we like to eat with others. One night we even ate with people from our hometown. We moved away from our hometown 5 years ago. We did also enjoy a Guys Burgers and the Burritos.
We enjoyed the comedy shows. They were only offered the first 2 nights and the last 2 nights. We were hoping to go to them every night. We did not go to any other shows. We did spend most of our evening time in the casino if not at the comedy shows.
The service on the ship was great. Crew members always said hello in the hallways. We enjoyed our exerience on the Glory and will sail again with Carnival.