Carnival Glory Cruise Review by yamman: Seven Glorius Days on the Glory
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Seven Glorius Days on the Glory
Embarkation was quick and easy. We were on board by 11:45 AM. The food was excellent throughout the cruise. The chocolate melting cake at dinner was to die for. The entertainment was awesome. The production shows were the best. The singers and dancers were top quality and had unlimited energy. There is a new Comedy Club that features two comedians each night in the back lounge on promenade deck. They were very funny. There were two early PG shows and two late R-rated shows. The cruise director, Ryan Fitzgerald was one of the best we have had and kept things hopping. He was always around and very friendly. He actually started as a saxophone player years ago. His nickname is Dandelion. There were non-stop activities all day long and most of the night.
The ports were very good. We did the Western Caribbean itinerary. Belize had great leather bag knockoffs at the tender pier. The best were in Terminal#1. Roatan is beautiful, but police and soldiers were everywhere. We docked so More close to the pier in Grand Cayman, that the tender took 2 minutes from the ship. The childrens programs were great since the kids were never around as they were occupied constantly. It was great ship, which will be in drydock next month. Great food and great staff. I highly recommend it. Less
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