Carnival Pride May 2017

Day 7: Final Day at Sea

Our final day at sea was wonderful. The weather the whole week was spectacular, and the last full day was exceptional. There were barely any waves in the ocean, it was “as calm as you’ll ever see it” the captain said over the intercom.

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It took us 7 days to find this little hidden gem. It was the top deck of the ship and by the looks of it, very few people knew about it. There were only 5 others up there with us. Granted there’s no pool and no bar, but there’s peace and quiet. It was a nice place to sit, catch some sun and relax.

 

We finally got to go to the Comedy club the final night. We had tried earlier in the week, but it was standing room only and always packed. We got there nice and early the final night and got great seats. We really enjoyed the shows. We saw a PG and R rated show, both were hysterical.

These were a few of the fabulous dishes I had in the Main Dining Room. We ate there every single night. I love the experience of eating out and being waited on. On a cruise, everything is pre-paid (aside from liquor) and you can eat whatever you want, so I love to have dinner there. Our wait staff was wonderful and so friendly. We got to know them through the course of the week. How nice is it to have your after dinner coffee delivered without even asking?

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We found this guy on our bed on the final evening. We loved all the towel buddies and creativity of the housekeeping staff. Our steward, Domingo, was just wonderful. He really made us feel like royalty all week.

The worst part about the last day on a cruise is having to pack. We decided not to do the self-assist and have our bags taken down to the cruise terminal for us. That means you have to pack up the night before and leave your luggage outside your door by 11pm. But you also have to pre-plan and have everything you need to get ready the next day, including clean clothes and toiletries. We had a smaller carry-on bag that we were able to use for this purpose.

Next up, I’ll talk about the debarkation process, heading home and where we’re going next!

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