Coasting to Florida
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March 22nd, 2010 – by: Andy99
Bingo and Trivia were offered, though they did not seem to be quite as popular on the Pride as on previous cruises. Afternoon Tea was held in the main dining room.
Tuesday, the second sea day, dawned much clearer and calmer. More passengers were seen, the covers came off the Lido pools, and the Atlantic Deck open promenade was opened. It was in interesting makeup of fellow cruisers and a bit different vibe than summer cruising. There were about equal parts university students on Spring Break, families with children, couples of varying ages, and Senior Citizens.
Tuesday was the Destination Shopping presentation with shopping tips for the Bahamas.
Carnival Pride really shone in its entertainment department. There were three different production shows during the cruise with singers and dancers and elaborate scene changes. Full use was made of the Taj Mahal Lounge's rotating stage and stage elevator. Unfortunately, photography of the production shows was not permitted, so I cannot show an example. Two comedians and a ventriloquist (who managed to make his characters sing a duet) also entertained passengers.
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