Cabin fever: Carnival Dream Cruise Review by seabird33
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Destination: Western Caribbean
Embarkation: Port Canaveral (Orlando)
We found long lines at the buffet at every breakfast and lunch and finally resorted to eat in the dining room , which was much nicer and good service. I do believe if this ship had emergency problems no one would survive. Would you believe the life boat drill was held in the dining room....yep, table formally set with silverware, table clothes and glasses ready to serve first seating. The children were playing More with the silverware, condimenets etc. We found this to be uncceptable.We were glad we were on second seating as I sure did not want to eat after that. (You know we are germ conscious these days with the hand washing etc.). When we got on the tenders the staff was ever so careful seeing that we were transported safely from one vessel to the other, as the waves and water quite rough. I did appreciate that so much .Also I believe when we got to Belize, we found there was 5 or 6 LARGE ships with MANY passengers going ashore. What a mad house on shore. Those overhanging pools on the side of the ship were a joke directly under many decks ...no privacy...and who wants to look down watching people in the pools...then the bathers had to go through the ship and elevators to get to the place where people an bath suits belong ...Carnival you shot your selves in the foot with this big dog. I could go on and on but better stop and look for a cruise on a decent ship. We will NEVER go on Carnival again!!! Less
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