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Carnival Liberty Cruise Review by bryantl: Loco's on the Liberty Loungin Laughin Lovin in the Caribbean


bryantl
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Member Since 2009
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Cabin 5.0
Dining 5.0
Embarkation 5.0
Enrichment Activities 5.0
Entertainment Not Rated
Family & Children Not Rated
Fitness & Recreation 5.0
Public Rooms 5.0
Rates 5.0
Service 5.0
Shore Excursions 5.0
Value for Money 5.0

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Loco's on the Liberty Loungin Laughin Lovin in the Caribbean

Sail Date: September 2010
Destination: Eastern Caribbean
Embarkation: Miami

Cruised with a group of people and we called ourselves Loco's on the Liberty. Group that had been on cruise critic board for several months before the cruise started. Like one big happy family by the time we got ready to leave Miami.

Embarkation was the quickest and smoothest of any cruise I have been on to this time. We arrived at 10:30 and were checked in and boarding the ship by 11:30. The ship is just outstanding the layout and art work and the changing light in the fixtures was really fun to watch. We began our adventure on one of the aft wraps to start our sail away from Miami, we then moved the party forward to the captins suite to see the start of our see time. The suite is beyond words.
 
First port was Half Moon Cay Bahamas, clear blue water wonderful beaches and great area, we had the grand cabana for the day and really enjoy it. Day at see and first formal night. I was in the golden dinning room anytime dinning and the food and service was great. Elvis More and his staff were very friendly and always called me my name and new what to bring me for starters and drinks every night.

Second port St Thomas. Nothing planned here just did some shopping and walked around. Did take the sky tram to the point at it was will worth it. (By your ticket for the tram on the ship it is about 1.50 cheaper.) Third day San Juan we did a private tour of the rain forest and the island also stopped at a road side food place and ate some real island cooking lots of fish and most everything was fried but very good and tasty.
 
Next stop was Grand Turk, the island is wonderful and you can look at the difference in the water colors were the depth of water changes from abut 40to50 feet to 7000 feet. We did the caterman and snorkel package which was just great . We also had a group of about 24 people that did harrys steak house, I would highly recommend this to any one who wants to add to the dinning experience on the boat.

Also wanted to give a special pat on the back to Host Mach / John Herald for helping to secure the grand cabana for our group. And a big thanks and hats of to Kyle our cruise director and Melisa who showed up for our meet and great party on the boat and checked in with us several times during the cruise. This is a great cruise and a fantastic boat. Anyone taking this cruise should have a great time. Bryan Leigh Less


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Cabin review: Carnival Liberty Upper/Lower Upper 6224

Cabin 6224 is a most different cabin You walk into the room and the closets desk tv are right in front of you . the bathroom is to the left and the bed's or on the right side of the cabin. The room is great for 1 person and I am sure would be allright for two, never saw what the pull down bed looked like but I am sure it was the standard. You are about 15 steps from a exit on both sides of the ship which opens to a full observation area that was great for taking pictures and drinking a cup of coffee in quiet.

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