Carnival Freedom Review

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Review for the Mexican Riviera Cruise on Carnival Freedom
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2-5 Cruises • Age 50s

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Sail Date: Nov 2015

I figured you get what you pay for, and I was right. This was my first Carnival cruise and I didn't expect it to be equivalent to the other cruise lines but the differences were pretty dramatic.

Not to be picky, but what's up with the dreadful decor on the Freedom. The ceiling designs looked like the Ebola virus.

We got a balcony room which was ridiculously small and had only one electrical outlet - try to imagine that in a room with 4 women! The room service was ok - although for some reason we had to beg for towels the entire trip. We would call asking for towels and they would never come. When I called room service back, they wanted to argue with me, saying the towels had already been delivered. My bedsheet was torn, through no activity of mine and it was never changed. I was a little disappointed that we only got one folded towel... and we couldn't even figure out what it was..

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