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Chad Stover

Age: 16

Occupation:Cashier

Number of Cruises: 1

Cruise Line: Royal Caribbean

Ship: Independence Of The Seas

Sailing Date: 03-22-2009

Itinerary: Western Carribbean

From the moment we walked on the ship till the moment we walked off, we were blown away with everything the ship had to offer. You never go hungry or get bored on this ship because there is really something for everyone. The kids have their own groups in the back of the ship where they meet new friends and play new games while the adults can relax in the sun by the pool. The food is fantastic everywhere on the ship, including the free pizzeria and the cafe promenade which offers free desserts any time of the day. If bars are your thing, there are more than 5 of them located all over the ship. The casino is large, there is an ice skating rink, a huge theatre and many other things to enjoy on the ship. We had an inside stateroom which was just your average room but it was still nice because the ship is new, so it doesn't seemed used much. We were the second-from-the-front room and supposedely this is the worst spot for getting sea sick, but we were all fine with it. Just be careful to not catch a cold or flu bug because it can spread like wildfire in the ship. Just wash your hands plenty of times and you should be fine. The dining room is beautiful, just like everything else in the ship and the waiters/waitress' are the best in the world. You will be treated like royalty from the moment you walk into the dining room until you walk out after you finish your dinner. Every night they have a different menu, about 6 items and there are always American-favourite alternatives like steak, pasta, chicken so you don't have to worry about not ilking something. All in all, the cruise was amazing and we would go on it again in a second!

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