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Old February 1st, 2014, 02:02 AM's Avatar is offline
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Location: Cape Coral, FL
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Nancy and I have spent somewhere around 57 nights on the various Vision-class ships of the RCCL fleet, so we know them very well.

For adults, they're fine, but if you're taking kids, they won't like it all that much because it is a relatively smaller older ship, so it doesn't have alot of activities for kids.

However, we were on the Carnival Glory in December for the very first cruise offering the 'new dining concept' and I have to be honest and say that we were very disappointed.

If you want a really nice cruise for the two of you, then make it a nice cruise and find something you'll really enjoy - that's the most important thing.

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