I had always wanted to go on a cruise on my bucket list. On April 16, 2017, me and my husband went on the Carnival Liberty Cruise Ship for the first time on our vacation . I learned what to do and what NOT to do, let me just say that first off!
We learned not to bring soda bottles aboard. We had to throw those away before we could come aboard this massive ship. The bottles were against the rules. So, we tossed our 2 packs of 6packs of sodas in the trash bin. We did learn that cans were only allowed on the ship. Me and my husband was not happy at all about it, to say the least, but that was the first lesson that we learned to sail on a cruise ship!
The room we purchased was one with a balcony that we was recommended by a friend. It was so worth it to upgrade to a balcony for an extra $300. I highly recommend it too. You have the balcony for privacy to sit to view the beautiful blue ocean in peace and quiet and to take it all in. It was so relaxing and just being there with my husband for some needed relaxation is just what we needed to escape life for a couple of days together. There no wifi out in the middle of the ocean between the United States waters and the Bahamas.
- wifi was $5 for the package
- soda packages called bottomless bubbles can be purchased at the Lobby, Casino, and Pool Bars for $8.50 per day and kids are $5.95 a day
- Spas & Hair Salons are additional packages that can be purchased
- Fitness classes are additional packages
- Gift shops are onboard to shop til you drop
We ported at Bahamas the next morning. We had a fun day off the ship with a carriage ride around downtown of Nassau was perfect for sight seeing with my hubs. We bought my 25th year anniversary ring at the International Diamond store there. It’s a souvenir that I will cherish forever. At the Hard Rock Cafe, we ate lunch. It was time to board the Liberty ship again, we spent all day in downtown area.
Dinner time on the ship has so many choices to choose from from a burger stand, to a buffet line for fine dining. We ended up doing all before we left the ship.
There is a big theatre screen on the upper deck, it was relaxing to watch a movie at night and to be able to stare up at the stars together too. So romantic LOL. We loved it.
We shopped on board in the gift shops, went to an 80’s concert. We are 80’s kids that we grew up that era, so we loved it. Overall the cruise is just what we needed and encourage anyone to go once and see if it’s for you. Some get sea sick, but thankfully we didn’t. The ship did sway some and we had to adjust to it.
It was an awesome cruise! I am now addicted to cruising. 🛳❤️