Carnival Legend Review


Review for the Caribbean Cruise on Carnival Legend
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10+ Cruises • Age 80s

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Sail Date: Oct 2023
Cabin: Extended Balcony

This was an Ultra cruise out of Baltimore. We chose it because we are gamblers and the port is only a five hour drive away. We stayed at Best Western in Baltimore only a few miles from the port. They offered a one night stay, full breakfast and two weeks free parking, with free shuttle to/from the port. Great deal. Embarkation went smoothly and we attended muster as we boarded and then went directly to our cabin. Very easy and well organized. Our itinerary started with two days at sea. We toured the ship and got acquainted with the casino hosts. There was a special party for casino guests and daily games with lots of prizes and fun.

Excursions: Grand Turk - We took the AC bus tour of the area and stopped for lunch to taste flavors of the island. We learned to make conch fritters and found them tasty. Excellent tour for a person (like me) with disabilities.

Amber Cove - We took the La Casa En La Playa Beach House for a day with a delicious buffet lunch provided. We had a chef and staff. Again perfect for me. I lounged on the covered porch. There were only eight of us and it felt like a family get-together. Our hostess, Ghelen, was absolutely delightful. The staff including her sons made us feel right at home.

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Extended Balcony

We had an extended balcony that was nice.

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