|The Liberty of the seas|
We booked a cruise on Royal Caribbean as a friend recommended them, although it looked fantastic on the web site and in the brochures we were not prepared for how amazing it actually was. The first ship we sailed on was the Adventure of the Sea’s; we then went onto to sail on the Liberty of the Sea’s. As soon as we entered the arrivals lounge at the port the experience was exceptional, we hadn’t experienced hospitality to this standard prior to embarking a ship before. Royal Caribbean had fresh cookies, and drinks to enjoy while we waited to embark, great when you have bored kids with you. Check-in was easy, the easiest we have ever experienced.
|Joe rock climbing|
|Jack ice skating|
|Our deck 10 aft balcony|
|The fantastic Dreamwork’s parade|
|Alex the Lion , Roar|
Firstly the obvious choice, get off the ship and explore. I am going to write about some of the ports we have had the pleasure of visiting, it is so exciting sailing into a new country on a daily basis. There is a whole sports deck with basketball, football, mini golf, skating, a board games room, rock climbing and surfing.
The promenade deck has shops, bars, cafe’s and hosts daily Dreamwork’s parades and character photo opportunities. The shows are to such a high standard with ice shows, variety shows, magicians, and west end shows such as Saturday night fever. I am not a big gambler but I love the quality, and bond like feel of the casino.
In short if I was ever recommending a cruise it would be Royal Caribbean every time, the previous cruise lines we have cruised with have been fantastic, but for our family Royal Caribbean offered something magical and special. We will definitely cruise with them many more times. Hopefully we will sail on the Oasis of the Seas next.