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Freedom of the Seas

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          The Freedom ROCKS!
written on Nov 24, 2011 by Eric W. of New Albany IN
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The shows were the best Ive ever seen on a cruise

The Cons

The prices in Vintages wine bar , but took care of that by getting my wine else where
The Review
The Freedom is absolutely beautiful , you really must just take your time and look around the details in the decor is just amazing! Loved the new addition The Cupcake Cubbard so cute. I had heard the ice shows were wonderful and had missed them on the Independance so made sure we saw it on the Freedom and was not disappointed it was fantastic!! I'm running out of adjectives .Service was great ,food was wonderful ( I gained 10lbs), overall the best of my 9 cruises on Royal Carribean
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Only ate in Johnny Rockets as far as specialty restaurants go ,,I LOVE Johnny Rockets!!!!
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Best I've ever seen ..acrobats, comedian,dancing,parades , ice show!!!!
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Didn't bring our kids

About the Reviewer

Sailed on: Sep 15, 2011
Age range: 30 to 49
Traveled as: Couple
Cruise Experience: Experienced cruiser
Stateroom type: Inside
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          Too good to be true
written on Feb 10, 2012 by Lorena L. G. of Callahan
Pros & Cons

The Pros

My room

The Cons

Purchasing evening drinks
The Review
It might seem insane but I almost never left my stateroom while on the Freedom of the Seas cruise because it was that good. I had great room service, a nice balcony, a big flat screen and the whole ship had Wi-Fi. If it wasn’t for the fact that there were so many things on board the ship that I had never tried in my life I would have stayed in my room and been contented with just that. I went ice skating, rock climbing, golfing and even tried my hand at boxing. It was phenomenal. Speaking of things I had never tried, there were so many continental fine dining options to try out that I wish my cruise had been much longer.
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Sailed on: May 15, 2012
Age range: 30 to 49
Traveled as: Family with children under 12
Cruise Experience: 2 - 3 cruises
Stateroom type: Mini-Suite
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          Everybody who can should
written on Feb 10, 2012 by Gerald C. B. of Dania
Pros & Cons

The Pros

HD theatre

The Cons

Trip should have been longer
The Review
The reason that I loved the Freedom of the Seas so much is that it lives up to its name and actually gives you the feeling of freedom. Away from all the stresses of mainland we could go golfing, swimming, skating or just laze around in the pools. We could watch movies in their HD theater and then head to one of their many fine cuisine restaurants for mouthwatering delicacies. Once we had eaten to our content we would then either go to a club, casino or just grab some drinks in the lounges before retiring to our comfy staterooms for the night. It was pure freedom.
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Sailed on: Jun 15, 2011
Age range: 30 to 49
Traveled as: Family with children under 12
Cruise Experience: 2 - 3 cruises
Stateroom type: Oceanview
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          Worth Every Penny
written on Feb 10, 2012 by Scott G. J. of Callahan
Pros & Cons

The Pros

Golfing

The Cons

Trip should have been longer
The Review
We went on the Freedom of the seas cruise with our two young kids and we didn’t really expect to have any adult fun as we assumed we would have to make it a cruise to remember for the kids. Little did we know that Freedom of the Seas had us totally covered. They had activities for ever age. If you needed babysitting it was readily available. There was a children’s pool so the adults could swim and relax in their own pools. There was a dedicated teen center that the teens could enjoy activities like videogames and billiards leaving the adults to enjoy spa treatments or ‘boring stuff’ like visiting art galleries and casinos.
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Sailed on: Jun 15, 2011
Traveled as: Family with children under 12
Cruise Experience: 2 - 3 cruises
Stateroom type: Oceanview
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