The Carnival Dream frequently sails short itineraries out of Galveston. One of the principle passenger decks is Deck 3, which contains the Main Dining Room (MDR), theatre, Lobby Bar, guest services, and a few other spaces. We took a short video to show you what one of the main public spaces on the ship looks like.Continue reading “Carnival Dream Deck 3 (theatre, lobby bar, shore excursions, and guest services)”
It has been a looooonnnnnggggg time since we have been able to post about cruises. I have another one scheduled in December on the Carnival Breeze. I cannot tell you how excited I am. Getting ready for that cruise, however, made me find some old videos from the Before Times. You know, before COVID took over the world. One of the videos I found was of the Carnival Dream Breakfast Buffet and Blue Iguana. The upshot? Carnival’s buffet wasn’t great. What was amazing was the other free food options they had– things like the Blue Iguana.Continue reading “Carnival Dream Breakfast Buffet”
Last month was busy for cruise news from Galveston. Here are some of the biggest news items that we will cover this month:
- Several Liberty of the Seas sailings for next year were cancelled due to an extended dry dock.
- The Carnival Dream cruise departing January 6 had to return to Galveston for a medical emergency.
- The Carnival Dream and Royal Caribbean Enchantment of the Seas had long fog delays January 15
- Royal Caribbean will release their Summer 2021 short Caribbean itineraries the week of March 2.
- Feedspot recognized Galveston Cruise Reviews as a Top 75 Cruise Blog!
I love to eat on a cruise. I always tell myself I am going to eat healthy, too. Here is the thing- that is completely possible. There are plenty of great choices for healthy eating. It just never works out that way because, er, well, there are a lot of choices. I like them all. Unfortunately, on my cruise last month I was able to keep my healthy eating options at breakfast. Carnival Dream breakfast options are good, but they aren’t great. That helped a lot with the willpower.Continue reading “Carnival Dream breakfast options”
Some folks cruise by booking the smallest cabin they can. I get that. It is cheaper, and lots of folks want to spend time out on deck anyway. I am a little bit different. I like spending quiet time in my room, and I want extra space to spread out. For example, we sailed in the Villa Suite on the Liberty of the Seas this Summer. Suite perks also add a nice touch to the vacation. Last month, I sailed in a Carnival Dream Ocean Suite. It was a great space, and I would like to take a minute to show you what to expect.Continue reading “Carnival Dream Ocean Suite”