The Carnival Liberty had some amazing staff that made our vacation very memorable!
Here is the view of our ship with some of its friends from the Country Inn and Suites.
Oceanview cabin with private Verandah, port side. Our cabins was decorated with the Bon Voyage celebration package, thanks to my wonderful Carnival Representative.
Pullman's bed set up at night.
Our first, of many towel animal creations.
I love coming back from dinner and seeing our room clean and the sheets turned down. Something very few hotels offer, turn down service!
This is where all work phones should be stored, and left until you exit the ship! Keep in mind that if you leave your phone on that you will wake the last morning of your cruise to your phone dinging uncontrollably with reality telling you they want you to come back to work!
It was neat seeing all the "stuff" that was needed for everyone aboard the ship for 8 days.
View from one side of the serenity deck, adults only.
No matter where you are on the ship, the views are amazing when your boat is in the middle of the ocean. The Liberty is currently sailing out of Port Canaveral, with a variety of itineraries. We sailed for 8 nights with stops in Aruba, Curacao, and Grand Turk.
Our view while relaxing on Serenity after dinner one night.
When we arrived in Grand Turk we found all these towel animals enjoying the pool deck! We wanted to check them all out but the beach was calling to us!
They last day of the cruise was windy and rainy and the covered pool was perfect to hang out and swim in! The only downside is that the Carnival Liberty has decided that this is an adults only pool. :( Which stinks when the weather is bad and you see NO adults in the pool. My son still swam and went down the water slide in the pouring rain!
Exploring some of the bars and lounges around the ship.
I love watching the sun set while in the Caribbean.
The kids were so excited to watch the LEGO movie at the dive in movies the last night.
FASTER to the FUN was worth every penny for our family! It got us priority boarding and our cabin was ready as soon as we boarded the ship! For under $50 per cabin, you also get a few other perks. With my child that uses a breathing machine, it was nice to not have to lug around her machine waiting for our cabin to be ready.
I'm pretty sure my son went down this slide 1,000,000 times! The wait wasn't to bad either.
Ping Pong? Corn Hole? or maybe a game of chess or checkers?
As high as you can get on the ship. Beautiful view, right?
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