Today we are headed back to New York City, and in less than 24 hours, the cruise will be over. I always enjoy ending the cruise on a sea day because it gives me time to slowly re-enter reality (because embarkation comes so early!)
I decided to try the sea day brunch one last time today and change things up. Instead of going with the standard pork chop or steak, I went with the flamin’ tomato soup as a starter and the bow tie pasta dish for the main course. I wasn’t sure if sea day brunch was held every sea day or just one of them, but it turns out it was held on both sea days during this seven-night sailing.
I was super bummed because Carnival always holds their military tribute on the last sea day, paying homage to past and present folks who served in the armed services. I went to it last sailing and was blown away by how many veterans were on the cruise. Today it overlapped with brunch and I forgot all about it until it was too late.
I cannot say enough good things about the Serenity area on Carnival Sunshine. Not only are the three decks of space, the pool, and