: Enchantment of the Seas Cruise Review by ohsosmooth1
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Embarkation: Port Canaveral (Orlando)
This was my first time on a Royal Caribbean ship. The time was a blast!!!
From meeting Patty at the airport, luggage handler at the port,
the embarkation staff ,everyone that I encountered were just absolutely fabulous.
My wife and I rested in a inside cabin, space was cool, after all we spent minimal
time in the cabin. Our cabin attendant, Mark was most attentive, he kept
the cabin in excellent condition.
The food was good. I notice on a lot of cruise reviews,
people complain about the food. Well usually on a cruise,
you will have people from all parts of Earth.
So if a passenger is from Italy, I am quite certain they will
definitely know the true taste and varieties of Italian fare.
As I am from the south, and I can definitely tell you about
some fried chicken. For instance they More served fried chicken
one day in the Windjammer Café, was the chicken as good as my momma's;
absolutely not, but it was a good piece of fried chicken.
None the less, when you cruise, step out of your comfort zone,
and try some different foods. On land I rarely eat beef,
but the Enchantment Of The Seas had a little café
tucked deep in the corner of the ship, and this little café
served a most delectable roast beef on a most tasty roll.
I could have eaten this roast beef sandwich everyday.
I am a purchaser and promoter of A LIST entertainment, and I must say that the entertainment
on the ship was just absolutely fabulous. All of the musicians were top notch.
There was always a myriad of activities for all ages.
I will definitely take a RC cruise next year.
That Oasis of The Seas is looking the choice.
Hope to see you on the seas. Less
Cabin was nice and clean, my man Mark, via St. Kitts did amost excellent job of keeping the cabin in ship shape.
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