It started with over a 3 hour queue to get on. Unfortunately we hadn't eaten and didn't think it would be necessary to bring food supplies. We got on just as they had shut the food outlets and our dinner slot was for 9:30 in the evening. Luckily we managed to book a speciality restaurant, Indochine which was lovely.
There's a narrow window for the one breakfast restaurant and the market place buffet had another massive queue so had to wait for lunch. This morning we had breakfast ordered for our room, but is nearly lunch time and it still hasn't arrived.
I don't think I have ever been this hungry on a cruise.
Clean and roomy.