LOVED THE FREEDOM OF THE SEAS - YA GOTTA GO!!!!!: Freedom of the Seas Cruise Review by lin14534
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LOVED THE FREEDOM OF THE SEAS - YA GOTTA GO!!!!!
Destination: Western Caribbean
Embarkation: Port Canaveral (Orlando)
The next day (Monday) was an at sea day. Took it easy, browsed the ship, went to the Promenade - very nice and relaxing. Didn't need my wristbands or meds for sea sickness as you felt More absolutely no motion on this ship. Honestly, it was like walking around a big city - no movement whatsoever and I was extremely happy about that!
I have to give a big shout out to our waiter and assistant waiter at the 6:00 pm seating, table 106. A big THANK YOU to ANTONIO and MAURICE for our wonderful dining experience every night of this cruise. These two gentlemen, Antonio from the Phillipines and Maurice who is from Jamaica, were the BEST!! They were pleasant, funny, engaging, worked very hard at our table of 8 and gave us the best time and experience on our cruise. We didn't want this cruise to end especially because of these two hard working, wonderful guys. If you read this Antonio and Maurice, thank you for such a great experience!!!!
One last thing, I have to say is that the Cruise Director, Graham Seymour, was the best of any ship I've been on. This man was funny, entertaining, a lot of fun and kept things rolling constantly. I don't think there's another that could top him!! Less
Cabin review: E18638 Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Balcony
We stayed in a balcony cabin #8638. Nice size, comfortable bed, large balcony, wonderful view, next to the elevator but never heard a thing, quiet, plenty of room - wonderful!!!Read All Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Balcony (E1) Reviews >>
Port and Shore Excursions
Next Courtney and Carlington took us to see Fern Gulley which was very interesting and pretty. Interesting seeing the people who live in Jamaica and their culture. After our ride we went to Bob Marley's restaurant for lunch which was very nice. My husband and brother-in-law liked the Red Stripe beer that they had.
I would highly recommend Courtney and Carlington for a tour in Jamaica. The cost was $25 per person for the day. Wonderful guys and tour guides.
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First Ever Cruise
The crew felt like family!