We just did our second time on Conquest in 2 years. Some things have changed thought I would mention.
The show for the late seating is now at 7 p.m. before dinner. We didn't make many since our choice to eat at 8 p.m. was we didn't have to come in and get dressed until 7ish. We liked after dinner better.
We picked our room this time, mid ship, 6th deck. If I had not had my fan we would not have been able to sleep for the noise. I wish people would tell their children and themselves when coming in late, after 11 or really any time not to talk loud or run down the halls as some people might be sleeping. Thank goodness for fan.
We ate at the Point. Well worth the trip and extra dollars. We picked Wednesday which the other folks we were with said food in dinning room that night was not so good.
All the other meals in dinning room seemed so much better than 2 years ago. We were impressed with that.
The other thing we noticed is when you wanted a bottle of water they would sell you the big bottle $3 unless you asked for the small bottle. (I don't remember the price).
We had a great tour of Jamica this time. For an extra $4 a person the bus driver took us around and it was quite good. ($8 gets you to and from ship to Margarettiville).
We had beautiful weather and lots of fun. Piano bar was fun.. The casino was stingy. Last night one lady with us won $3000 on 3 cards, which were delighted since she got all our group's money back. We had 26 with us.
All the folks on board were very pleasant and seemed as happy as we were so no problems there. Just the hall noise. Last time we were the first cabin on level 7 towards the front. No one comes down there unless they are going to their cabin.
They still have lot of hurrican damage in Jamica and Grand Cayman's. The driver in Grand Cayman's said if they have another storm like that the island will be ruined forever. Very sad stories. What he did like to tell us was that Bill Gates bought a floor at the Ritz and they gave him a Rolls Royce. How sweet of them I am sure he needs it. He is a great man however and does lots for children and education.