First Cruise Creates a Cruiser.: Celebrity Infinity Cruise Review by Olde Gnome
Overall Member Rating
First Cruise Creates a Cruiser.
Destination: Panama Canal & Central America
Embarkation: San Diego
Our favorite ports were Puerto Vallarta, even though we have been here many times before, and Cartagena. Cartagena is a beautiful city. We could have spent more time here. If I were to stop in Cartagena again, I would just take a taxi into the colonial center of the city, and spend all my time there. We went on a tour that was put together by our fellow cruise critic members, but unfortunately, we spent too much time shopping away from the city's historical heart. A stop at an Emerald Museum was really just another shopping stop. We had two shopping stops, and we had requested 'no shopping". I am not sure if it is possible to take an independent tour in Cartagena that does not include shopping. Our port in Costa Rica was Puerto Caldera, where we took a ship's excursion to San Jose. It was an all day tour, with a lot of time spent on a bus, but we did get to see the National Theatre, the Gold Museum, and charming little Sarchi where the colorful Costa Rican carts are painted. I also took a ship's excursion from Lake Gatun to Panama City. This tour would have been more enjoyable if we had not been forced to wait for over a half hour on a bus while our guide looked for a group of late fellow tourists. However, if I had it to do over again, I would take the same tour, as Panama City was definitely worth a visit.
We will be sailing with Celebrity again this year, and hopefully on the Infinity too. Less
Cabin review: 2B7087 Deluxe Ocean View with Balcony 2B
Comfortable bed, good closet space, plenty of drawer space, and roomy shower. Televisions could be replaced. Small balcony.Read All Deluxe Ocean View with Balcony 2B (2B) Reviews >>
Port and Shore Excursions
Fun with limits
BEST Cruise Ever!
Very pleasant cruise, but the ...
Infinity has had its day
Interesting itinerary; so-so s...