The food was the best we have had on ANY Carnival ship. (Yes, it does vary from ship to ship.) The lobster tail was actually tender!
They did a Holiday show that was really wonderful. I was so glad to see them acknowledging the season. They had dancing and singing, and some of the Camp Carnival kids sang a number. Very nice.
We were in Cozumel from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. (last tender was at 6 p.m.) Chichen Itza excursion was not available. They tendered us into the Puerta Maya pier area. Surprisingly, much of the pier area is open, although major reconstruction and renovation is being done.
Can't think of anything else specifically that really stood out. Any questions, ask away.
And in other news, we're double-digit cruisers! That was our tenth cruise.
Michelle, I guess I should take a lesson from you. I've already written 6 parts to my review and I'm only at Day 3!
Glad to hear you had better food on Inspiration than we did on Triumph.
So, DD cruiser, when's the next one?
Kuki, it is hard to stay on land. Ah, to be retired.
Jacqueline, Cozumel is up and running. We didn't go into town, just stayed in the pier area, but we were told everything is open. I'm not sure about when the piers themselves will open and the ships will dock instead of tender, though.
John, I felt like cargo when it was over - ate way too much.
Donna, we all enjoy your long reviews. Unfortunately, that was all I had time to write. Our next one is a 3-day on Feb. 28 with some family members.
Mike, you're not old, we've only been cruising for three years. We just managed to cram a lot of them in.
Darcy, I like all the Fantasy-class ships but I do think she's one of the best.