Carnival Paradise 7 Night Cruise Departing June 15th 2013

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Sailing for Carnival, Carnival Dream was built in 2009. Carnival Dream has a top sailing speed of 23 kn. Carnival Dream holds a total of 3646 passengers. is operated by a crew of 1367. Ship Mate users have rated Carnival Dream a 3.8 out of 5.

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Try visiting the barbecue section on the ship for lunch. The food is a welcomed change.
Eat dinner around 6pm so you can go to the show after and then go straight to the comedy club after the show. They really have the timing right on when shows start so you don't have to miss anything. Relax and let people do stuff for you.
Get out to the 10th deck early to get a seat by the pool at night to watch movies
Check out the adults-only Serenity Deck on board the Carnival Dream. It's near the top of the ship and is a quiet place to get away from much of the noise down below. They have a bar and lots of comfortable places to enjoy watching the ocean glide by. Try a Kiss on the Lips drink! Tasty!
Go with money to spent don't try to be cheap book your excursions ahead of time it's worth it bring soda and water with you if you don't want to spent on that.
Enjoy a sit down breakfast. Great way to meet wonderful people and get pointers from seasoned cruisers. Skip the Mongolian station - took an hour.
Make sure to book a Cove Balcony.
go do the brunch in the dining room awsome everything is fresh an made to order even the coffee is better u can sit down an relax an enjoy ur breakfast in comfront
Great service in dining room at breakfast. Fast service and no lines.Try the BBQ out on deck 5 outside. Floor 14 and 15 for adults is a must. The hammocks are to die for. They need more. The one slide was disappoining because you don't go all the way down. Have to walk down stairs the rest of the way. Otherwise the Dream was the best I have been on. Loved it!!!
Look at your map, ship is easy to navigate but there is so much to see and do, that you don't want to overlook anything. Be sure to try a brunch one morning in the dining room, fantastic menu!

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dining room experience left a lot to be desired, very slow service and then we were rushed with appetizers, salad and soup all at one time. didn't have time to enjoy a cocktail before dinner, then dessert and out the door. our room Stewart was great.

gjsting, last Friday at 9:53 PM

Prior to this cruise we had primarily been on 3 or 4 night cruises; with the last cruise being about15 years ago. We were pleasantly surprised with the size of our stateroom is was larger than the last time we cruised, in fact we had a king size bed, which my wife thought was a little stiff. We had a balcony stateroom which was nice, we spent quite a bit of time sitting out on the balcony with our wine/beer and enjoying the ocean. The food was okay but not seasoned very well so tasted somewhat bland. We had dinner one night at the Steakhouse, it cost and extra $35 per person but was well worth it, meal was excellent. Good comics in the comedy club and the shows were enjoyable. Stopped in Montego Bay, Grand Cayman, and Cozumel; if I cruise this way again would consider coming when it is less humid; being from California we were use to the heat but not the humidity. Excursions were fun, a good way to get an overview of the different islands. I would recommend this cruise as a good way to see the Western Caribbean.

aheadofyou, last Friday at 9:14 PM

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