Goodbye Irene: Carnival Pride Cruise Review by crusinsusan

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Goodbye Irene

Sail Date: August 2011
Destination: Bahamas
Embarkation: Baltimore
Our family group consisted of 6: 4 adults and 2 children, 6 and 10 yrs old. We had two oceanview cabins on the riviera deck. Quiet and mid ship.

Hurricane delayed our cruise by one day, but all made the best of it. Our itinerary changed, instead of HMC and GT and Freeport, we went to PC, Nassau and Freeport.

We enjoyed the shows, headliners and comedy. Went to piano bar for the first time since it is non smoking. Loved it.

Our cabin steward and dining room staff were excellent. All the crew seemed to be happy.

Loved the new menus. Lots of favorites and something new to try.

The kids loved the camp, especially the 10yr old. The 6yr old kept the slide busy.

At PC we took the tour to the Kennedy Space Center. Very interesting and we enjoyed it very much. In Nassau and Freeport, we shopped and then stayed around the pool. Less crowded on port days.

We all had a good time.

Debarkation was very easy, we were off ship by More 10:15am.

We'll have to book another cruise and get to HMC and GT. Less

Published 09/22/11

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