This was our third cruise with Royal Caribbean and we were not disappointed. We took the cruise out of Civitacecchia, Italy not really know what to expect with this being our first European cruise. As well, this cruise was different for us as we were by ourselves - no friends or children. Here are our thoughts:
*Flew into Rome and trained to Civitavecchia - Very easy to get to the rail station at FCO...a little walking. One of our few problems on the trip came here but it was due to our not reading the train schedules correctly so...we missed a train. I had printed out the schedule before I left though & we were able to catch a later train with the same connecting point. Just made our trip tighter. No need to buy tickets early, they are easy to get at the station. My only real advice is pay close attention to the tickets and signs as train/track info is sometimes hard to find. Also, get on/off of your train quickly; they don't stop long.
*If you train in to Civitavecchia, it is an easy walk to the port entrance but certain taxis can take you from the rail station to the cruise terminal. I would take the taxi again; our driver pulled us right up to the terminal and helped with bags...was inexpensive.
Plenty of closet space for two people
Great balcony view.
TV is old but interactive capabilities were nice.
Big mirror w/desk
Couch & table were nice.
Fairly close to stairs but directly below Windjammer and Dining Rooms so that was nice
Very close to library and one floor below Internet Lounge