Honeymoon Cruise First Timers: Freedom of the Seas Cruise Review by 420CRUISER
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Honeymoon Cruise First Timers
Destination: Western Caribbean
Embarkation: Port Canaveral (Orlando)
As a former Chef, the food was fantastic, I had to try almost everything from the breakfast buffet, and order almost every plated entree at dinner. We opted for the "My Time Dining" since we were all over the place and liked the freedom of eating when we wanted to. The ice rink on the ship was awesome since I haven't ice skated in years. We went to the comedy show and had a blast, same as the ice show. The Cruise director was everywhere and fun to watch interacting with the guests.
All the ports were easy to get on and off and we were More recommended by friends to use Royal Caribbean and my wife and I have to agree. It seems you don't get all the perks you use to 10-15 years ago since fuel cost and the economy hurts tourism, but I think the cruise lines try to give you the best bang for your buck...so I have to pay for somethings that use to be free, I really don't mind it's still seems like I get a lot for what I paid for. The crew and other guests on the cruise made our honeymoon one of the best trips I've been on. We were so impressed with Royal Caribbean that we booked a 5 night cruise for December 2010. YEAH Less
Cabin review: I Oceanview Stateroom
I'm six feet, 305 pounds built like a linebacker. We had an Oceanview cabin with a queen size bed, small loveseat and desk. I've been in smaller rooms on land so this was fine with me. The shower I could manage but a little bigger would've been nice but I survived. Overall the cabin was just fine.Read All Oceanview Stateroom (I) Reviews >>
Port and Shore Excursions
Not bad... would sail again...
Smooth Sailing on the 7 Seas
Overall Great Experience