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Kenny

Age: 39

Occupation:LEO

Number of Cruises: 2

Cruise Line: Royal Caribbean

Ship: Monarch of the Seas

Sailing Date: 2010-06-14

Itinerary: Bahamas

This was our second time on the Monarch of the Seas. Although small, the cabins were very clean and were getting cleaned twice a day. Whatever we asked our room attendant was delivered and in a timely manner. Our dining experience was great and my 2 kids always had something to do. We never even saw the kids until dinner time although we made them check in at certain times of the day just to make sure they are ok.

On the other hand we had a medical emergency at coco cay and the crew handled it very well. We had to get to Nassau fast which we did and that created a somewhat bumpy ride that could be felt in the rear of the ship. You certainly know the ship is moving fast.

The website also advertised a LEO discounted rate that we never saw but that was a minor straw. We plan to take another trip on the 18 of July 2011. This will be #3 so I will keep you posted.

Overall, I think for the cost of this cruise I think you will have a wonderful time. A good stress reliever after dealing with crime all year.

The food was great and there was something to please my teenage kids taste buds which has been hard to do lately.

The state as expected were small but we barely spent any time in there. We booked 2 adjascent rooms with a dividing entry door just so I could sneak in on the kids. Nothing bad to say about the rooms.

You go on a cruise to relax and thats what we did. There was always something to do. I also liked the live feed of the world cup soccer which I was able to keep up with the scores easily. I love soccer.



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