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Sandra Smart

Age: 44

Occupation:Baker

Number of Cruises: 5

Cruise Line: Royal Caribbean

Ship: Independence Of The Seas

Sailing Date: 2010-07-17

Itinerary: medditerian

I travelled with my 11 year old daughter and a friend. this was our second cruise together and we loved it!!

Food was very good. We ate in the Winjammer cafe for breakfast and lunch, it was always busy but we got a seat without any hassel. we went to Johnny Rockets American diner a couple of times and that was magic, the waiters dance when certain songs come on and food great.At night we ate in dinning room on deck 3 we always had same table and same waiters who took great care of us.We were spoiled rotten!

Our room was perfectly fine,spotlesly clean and plenty of cupboard space.It was cleaned 2 times a day and lovely towel animals everynight

It is the type of holiday that you can be very busy or do nothing at all.Every night you get a newsletter in your room telling you the times of everything that is going to be on the next day so that you can make your plans. We had the best cruise director, Joff, he was pure magic,so funny !!

Last time we went on too many trips so we did less this time and for us it worked out fine.We went into Rome it is a long day (9hours) but we had a great guide and enjoyed ourselves.We went to the aquarium in Lisbon and another trip to Florence. All good but we enjoyed the ship so much we were glad we only got of 3 times.

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