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Carnival Liberty Cruise Review by tempocontour

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Carnival Liberty
Carnival Liberty
Member Name: tempocontour
Cruise Date: August 2013
Embarkation: Miami
Destination: Eastern Caribbean
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Member Rating   4.0 out of 5+
Dining 4.0
Public Rooms 5.0
Cabins 5.0
Entertainment 4.0
Spa & Fitness Not Rated
Family & Children Not Rated
Shore Excursions 4.0
Embarkation 5.0
Service 4.0
Value-for-Money 4.0
Rates Not Rated
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Liberty Cruise Aug.17-24 2013 : Half Moon Cay, St Thoms, Grand Cayman,

This was our 3rd Carnival cruise, with the Holiday back in 89(?) and Legend in 2010. The Liberty is a beautiful but confusing to navigate ship. Legend had a outside deck where you could have almost walk the whole length of the ship. Not the Liberty.

Grand Suite Rm 7306 had wall to wall sweet views, nice size balcony with chairs and reclining chairs. Great location at mid ship, very convenient to lido and promenade decks, fore and aft of ship. Double the size of your usual cabin with balcony. Balcony is double in length. Suite had a king size bed and a sofa with a pull out bed also about king size, 3 sets of dbl closets, mini refrig. filled with canned sodas and alcohol, dimmable down lights. But our mini frig wasn't working. We had it cleaned out of the beverages and would have used it to store goodies from the buffet. Wash room with sink-in-counter just outside of bath room which was also double in size with a jacuzzi tub with shower, toilet, double sink, and a bidet. On the bathroom counter there was a bowl filled with little free stuff which consisted of Lipton powered tea, tooth paste, sea sickness pills, teeth brightner strips, breath right nose strips. Booked into the Grand Suite also gave you some privilege like first to board ship.

The food was pretty good up on Lido Deck where Guys Burgers, Mongolian Wok, pizza (which was very good), Fish & Chips (1 deck higher), and Emile's buffet and dinner down in the Silver Olympian dining room. Origami Sushi was practically closed most times, but when open had no sushi but some kind of taste bar was set up. Recent released movies shown on lido deck pool side giant screen. We had our dinner at the Silver dining room with our table tucked along the wall and a room was blocking most of out view of the rest of the dining room and had very limited view of the staff singing and dancing. I would have preferred a table out in the open.

Most staff was great. The staff from Asia was much more helpful and friendly compared to staff from Europe. Outdoor basketball was very small and confided with only 1 hoop. The netting over the court was too low to shoot basket ball the normal way. Did not try the miniature golf and fitness room.

Entertainment - shows and the comedians was very good. Cruise Director Karl was a blast! Karl had lots of energy and seem to love his job. He was everywhere! But I miss Ken Byrne the dining room singing matra'd who was on the Legend in 2010.


Publication Date: 11/17/13
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