A few weeks ago, I toured the Carnival Freedom as part of a pre-wedding tour before I get married onboard with a ceremony in Galveston in July. I had about two hours during embarkation day to tour the ship and even have some lunch. Here are some of my first impressions.
1. Perfect for both adults and kids
This ship has so much to do for both kids and adults. The adults-only Serenity Deck, casino, spa, fitness center, Red Frog Pub, EA Sports Bar, Alchemy Bar, Scott’s Piano Bar, Atrium Bar, Red Frog Rum Bar, and Blue Iguana Tequila Bar are all fun and inviting hot spots for the adults, while other places like Dr. Seuss Bookville, Camp Ocean, the sports deck, the arcade, and the water slide would keep kids entertained for days. Of course the entire ship itself is one giant, family-friendly entertainment space – especially the theater, Fun Shops, come