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Age: 10


Number of Cruises: 3

Cruise Line: Royal Caribbean

Ship: Allure Of The Seas

Sailing Date: 2010-12-19

Itinerary: Western Caribbean

I liked the Princess cruise, I liked the Dream, but my all time favorite cruise to have ever gone on is the Allure of the seas.

To begin with, I liked the activities on the ship. One activity was the flow riders. I straddled the boogie board, lay down on the board, and pushed myself off into the gushing water. Once I was in the water I did tricks. One trick I did was Superman. I pushed my board to my left and was bogie boarding on my stomach. I soon reached for my board and I was back on it. Another activity I liked was the zip line. The workers put me in a harness, gave me a helmet, and off I went. I screamed, “WAHOO!” while zipping. When I got to the stop I fearfully let go and thought I would fall, but to my joy I fell on a soft mat. I loved all the activities on the ship.

I also enjoyed the entertainment. My favorite was Chicago. Although I am only 10 years old, not only was I able to see the musical, but I understood the whole plot while loving the great acting and singing. The best part was the act with the jailhouse tango in which the wives describe how they killed their husbands. My second favorite was Ocean Aria with the exciting dives from above. The chief of the ocean tribe amazed me by doing gymnastics and flip after flip after flip. All other shows were good too, but couldn’t compare to my favorites.

In conclusion, there are so many things I could write about, for example the spa, the pools, the food, the ports of call, the parades, and so much more. They were all great, but they can’t compare to the entertainment and the activities I described above.

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