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Jeff Dorn

Age: 54

Occupation:construction contractor

Number of Cruises: 2

Cruise Line: Carnival

Ship: Carnival Glory

Sailing Date: 2010-11-17

Itinerary: Eastern Canada

My overall experience was good but it was because of my company not Carnival

The food in the dining room was great but the food in the buffet was not of cruise ship quality. The buffet was crowded and there wasn't enough seating. Every place on the ship to eat had long lines. They had too many guest on the ship for the food staff to serve. We had a party of eleven and they seated us at two tables, when we asked to be seated together thy turned us down. We had booked the cruise seven months in advance it seems we could have eaten together.

The stateroom was clean and large. The steward was great.

We say a magic show that was awful. Most of the other entertainment we tried to watch was too crowded to get into. Again too many guest for the facilities to serve them.

The shore excursions were on time and as advertised. I thought they were priced right and well done.

We booked the entire trip through Carnival, when we got to New York city the carnival person put us on a bus that took us to the Princess dock. No one on the bus was going on princess. We got to the Glory just in time and the people that checked us in were rude. When it was time to leave Carnival had failed to get proper transportation back to the airport, some of missed our flight. It was like this was the first time they had ever done this, not like they did it weekly.

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