Baltimore to the Bahamas: Carnival Pride Cruise Review by crusinsusan
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Baltimore to the Bahamas
Our first port was Grand Turk and we headed to Margaritaville where we hung out at the pool. It was really nice and the kids loved the water. Another ship was in port for the morning hours as it was diverted there because of Hurricane Ana. The couple sitting next to us who were from that ship got engaged right on the lounge chairs and everyone clapped for them. It was really neat and I wish them many years of happiness.
Next was Half Moon Cay the private island. After a morning or pouring rain and a promise of sunshine by noon, we tendered over to the island and had a wonderful afternoon. We swam and ate at the bbq and headed back to the ship, as it was quite hot on the island.
Freeport was the next stop. We just spent some time shopping at the port where there are a few stores and a straw market. My niece got a coach bag, which she was thrilled with there. We got back on the ship and it poured, lightening and thundered and cleared for a nice day by the pool. We saw three shows and they were all good. My husband and I got to the finals of the slot tournament on Thursday but lost. Had fun though. My sister and niece die the On deck for the cure walk for breast cancer on Thursday.
On the last morning we ate breakfast and had a long wait to leave the ship. Many people carried off their luggage first. Then they called numbers for those who put their luggage out the night before. Number 1-26. You guessed it, we were 26. We got on the road at 1:30pm, ran into a lot of traffic up I 95. We loved our family cruise, loved the port of Baltimore and the ease of getting there and can't wait to do it again. Less
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