Liberty of the Seas Cruise Review by lisaleopard: Liberty Lisa
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Destination: Eastern Caribbean
We arrived at Miami the night before so to allow time for delays from Madrid .
When we arrived at the cruise terminal it soon became apparent that they had problems . 1 gang plank was closed due to damage so all 3000 odd passengers had to board on one. Whilst this was very frustrating and we were not advised what was causing the problem, we also are understanding that these things happen.
After several hours and lots of moaning irrate people we n
The ship was fab and we soon headed for some food in the whnjammer which was not too packed.
Then to the pool and a walk round.
The cabin was lovely with a fab view.
The food was excellent. We did not feel the need to set in speciality restaurants as we were impressed with the MDR.
We did have a very large number of senior guests. This was unusually high, but we made the most of it and met some very interesting people. Ours is not to moan but to embrace what More you have and make the best out of it. Being from london we were very popular with the American elderly guests, who thought we may know Kate and William personally!!! we had lunches and breakfasts with a different group each day and all were interesting people.
Entertainment was great. Comedian was good on 2 night and we had a acapello group who were outstanding.
All went well throughoutvthe cruise and we will be cruising again. Next tine celebrity only do to waiting a longer cruise as coming from Spain but would reccomenf RC . Less
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