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Old 10-03-2006, 08:37 AM
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What a wonderful vacation!!! The best ship ever!!! Well I am back and can answer questions you may have about the ship. Hopefully within the next week I can get the camera away from my wife so I can get some pictures for all of you!!
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Old 10-03-2006, 09:22 AM
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Welcome back, glad to hear y'all had a marvelous time. Don't forget to ease into reality and book another cruise soon
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Old 10-03-2006, 09:35 AM
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Yeah dont know when I will book another one, I know next year we are heading to Hawaii, and most likely the year after that we will be going to Disneyworld!! I just know I wont be able to do a cruise on any smaller of a ship!! It was beautiful and great to be on!!! It truly is the greatest ship in the world!!
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Old 10-03-2006, 10:58 AM
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Hi, I also cruised Freedom in June. I also prefer the bigger ships to the smaller ships. I am not one to relax too much, and hang out at the pool or a bar for too long. I like to constantly be doing activities, walking the decks, etc... I like the many options and activities of the bigger ships. I only can tolerate a smaller ship, if it is a short cruise. A perfect cruise is in the eye of the beholder. Lil' Lori
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Yeah, we only relaxed when we had the time...we did the dolphin tour in Cozumel, and then the snorkel and stingray tour in Georgetown, and then snorkeling and Margaritaville in Montego Bay and then relaxed in Labadee...With 3 kids on the cruise with you, you are constantly busy!!!
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Welcome back to reality! I hope you didn't mess up the ship too bad . I'll be cruising on her a week from Sunday.

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Nah, but I missed the show with Charro and heard from my father in law she had the Arcadia Theatre going crazy!!!! We did put a dent in the 2,000 lobsters they had for Friday night, I had 3, my brother in law had 3, my father in law had 3, my wife had 2 and my 9yr old daughter had 2....man I was stuffed and that was after the 2 shrimp cocktails I had!!!
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When the ship pulls up to the ports, which side is the best side to be on? We will be on the freedom on the right side, right in front of the bump. Just wondering if that will be good?

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I've got so many Q's but I'm trying to limit them. I was wondering though, when you are on the Freedom do you really get disorientated or can you find your way around it pretty easily? I will be the goof carrying a map everywhere I want to go probably

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Old 10-04-2006, 09:39 AM
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On the right side of the ship you will be facing the docks you load at, on the left side you will be looking at Miami...It was also enjoyable because one of the Carnival ships had to turn around and they floated right by us as we yelled that you are on the wrong ship!!!

And as far as being disoriented, I cant find my way out of a paper bag, but by every elevator they have deck plans of the ship and you can tell where everything is at. You shouldnt have any problems finding your way around.
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