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Age: 27

Occupation:Engineering Technician

Number of Cruises: 3

Cruise Line: Carnival

Ship: Carnival Glory

Sailing Date: 2010-10-10

Itinerary: Canada

The reasons below will specify why if given the choice, I would not go on Carnival again.

Our first night going to the dining room we arrived at 6:30pm, waited an hour for our table, and the waiting staff took so long that we didn't leave until 10:15pm, so we had missed all the shows and activities for that night. THEN the waiting staff didn't understand why were upset. It was only 6 of us, I could understand if it was a party of 12 or more.

Atleast, they left us a note apologizing for the delay when we got back to our cabins that night. The food over all was ok. They had some nice hot paninis available 24/7 and they had a good variety of foods in terms of a mongolian wok station, burger station, and a burrito bar station,and fish and chips.

My aunt who was staying in our cabin woke up the 2nd morning on our 7 day cruise with strange bites all over her body.
Cabin personnel was notified and they just changed the sheets and vacuumed the floor.

Day 3, the bites strike again, we show the bites to the ship clinic and they shrug it off as an allergy reaction, until day 4 of the cruise where my aunt wakes up at 5:00am and actually caught what was biting her... Yup, BED BUGS. We even showed it to our cabin cleaner, the one that always shrugged her off. His skin got ghostly white and he begged her to not say anything about it.

They were fair and entertaining for the most part.

We didn't do any excursions so I would be unable to say.

If it hadn't been for the bedbugs, it probably would've been a better trip, but we have gone on other cruiselines before and this was the worst.

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