Amazing!!: Allure of the Seas Cruise Review by Mr.Pricker

Allure of the Seas 5
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Sail Date: March 2014
Destination: Other
Embarkation: Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades)
This was our first cruise. We were a bit nervous (sea sickness, handicap accessibility, food, etc.) not knowing what to expect. My wife is disabled so we got a handicap room. Plenty of room to maneuver the wheel chair.

Food... basically anything to cover all tastes. Sea sickness... we were on the Allure. IT IS HUGE. Barely felt any motion (we did have pretty calm seas, but the last night was a little rougher, where occasionally we could feel some movement)

There is SO much to do on the ship, we hardly took time to relax. But the best of all was that the crew treated us like royalty. Polite. Helpful.

We started off nervous, and when we sent our kids a facebook update on our 3rd day, my wife told them to start saving so they can come with us on our next cruise. :) Less

Published 04/16/14
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Cabin review: A16630 Aquatheater Suite with Balcony

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