It certainly has been a long time since my last ship visit – October 2016 in fact.
This time I was a guest for a day on Carnival Dream and this time it was my first ship visit without Ali (overcoming another first without my beloved).
The specs for Carnival Dream are;
130,000 tons, 1004 ft in length, 3646 guest capacity, 1367 Crew onboard.
I was very fortunate that on the day of my visit they were serving lamb at the carvery, I ate myself into oblivion it was so good and delicious. In Mexico lamb is a rarity and when it is available, you have to pig out.
The food is always good on the Carnival Cruises, and that includes the desserts that I can also never get enough of. Guy Fieri’s burgers (Ali’s favorite) are available too and is always very popular to eat by the side of the pool.
The decor I did not understand, but it does give a relaxing feel. The ship’s layout is similar to most other Carnival ships with play centers for children, a water park on the top of the ship, gym, track for running or walking, nightclub, entertainment lounges, a theater, two formal restaurants over and above all the various international restaurants on Lido deck (deck 10).
Of course, there is a casino, spa, various retail shops and don’t forget the photography studio. Carnival Dream’s library is, in my opinion, better stocked than the others I have visited.
Overall I had a delightful visit on Carnival Dream.
Follow the links below to read my blogs on my previous ship visits.
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