Sitting on the bus to take us back to Baltimore. I didn't really like the classic dinning. It looks good on paper but too many of the staff were new. They give you a list of restaurants in your stateroom of where to eat and when. Had such a bad experience in The Grand about 3 or four days in we never went back to classic dinning but ate in the Windjammer. Getting on board was quick but really needed to give some information about the ship. Was given a slip of paper with our cabin number and was told Set Sail cards would be on our door. The room numbers are four numerals but they drop the first one and the remaining three are your cabin number. You get to the room and wonder where you put the key. Well, you hold it against the lock to open. Next you try and figure out how to turn on the lights, well you put your card in this slot to works the lights. Cabin was very nice and Room Stewart always had it cleaned before we got back. For such a large ship you never felt crowded. Ship was beautiful. Entertainment was great. Food typical. Felt CHOPS had gone down in quality.
Excellent beach, Harbor lights. Beautiful sand and water. Would defiantly go again.
Believe the beach was called Spice. Very dirty sand and water. Had to pay $10 for an umbrella. Would never go again.
Only got off the ship to try the Sheraton ' casino but it was closed for renovations.