Carnival Splendor Review

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Another Splendid Splendor Splurge

Review for the Eastern Caribbean Cruise on Carnival Splendor
pjtakk
6-10 Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Jun 2015
Cabin: Premium Vista Balcony

This is the third time we were on the Splendor. We "splurged" by booking this cruise last year when we had some credits to use. When we saw that our favorite cabin was available (Vista wrap), and the itinerary, we jumped at the chance and booked. We had never been to St.Kitts or Antigua, so that was a bonus. San Juan is one of our favorite ports, so we were able to enjoy it before the cruise.

We had Faster to the Fun for the first time and loved it. We were on board first behind the B2B people and in our cabin before noon. We were able to get off and see San Juan before dinner and muster.

We did the Railway in St.Kitts and enjoyed very much. In Antigua we took a cab to Dickenson Beach and it was great.

Cabin Review

Premium Vista Balcony

Clean, spacious with wrap around light, balcony and views. Chairs instead of the vinyl couch is always good! We were pleased with the cabin as in the past.

Port Reviews

Antigua

WE took a cab to Dickenson beach and it was inexpensive and the beach was perfect. We got chairs and an umbrella and enjoyed the day and the water. Our cab driver came back for us at the time we had preset. Great day, uncrowded beach, inexpensive

St. Thomas

Again, we walked around Charlotte Amalie, did some shopping, touring, and stopped for refreshment at Cafe Ameci --- which is a great place on an alley.

San Juan

San Juan is a great walking port and we did it again. Since we have been to El Morro and downtown San Juan before, we just walked and enjoyed, although the heat and humidity were fierce

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