I just thought it would be fair to all other future cruisers to share our recent experience. We are a family of 4, 2 adults and a 6 and 9 year old. We stayed in a cat. 5 on deck 7 with a verandah. The accomodations were excellent and the clealiness matched them. The cruise is non-stop filled with activities and great entertainment. The shows at the theater rival many on the WDW shows and the creative use of time gave everyone the opportunity to do something special. The kid's club, although ideal for a getaway and alone time, provided some activities, but also had a great deal of free play time. Both of my children enjoyed going for small periods of time. Palo's restaurant is worth the additional $10 each if only to sit in a very nice setting. The food like the rest of the meal was adequate at best and lacked flavor. The presentation is wonderful, the service is great, but every meal appeared to be missing seasonings and lacked freshness. Although I was told that the fish and meat was fresh, most dishes tasted as if they were previously frozen. I must say that I have grown up in a restaurant busineness, therefore my expectations were quite high, but not unrealistic. I personally think that 1900 Park Fair and the Crystal Palace in WDW do a better job with the food than the cruise restaurants. The weather was great, but I recommend BONINE or motion sickness wrist bands. Day 3 off the boat and we are still rocking. Overall this was an awesome time, especially for the children. If you have any questions please feel free to let me know. PS CEDOMIR and DIEGO are incredible servers and deserve special mention. I would like to suggest to all cruise goers that you tip and tip generously. I can't tell you how many people stiff the servers. If you can afford to cruise and be waited on hand and foot, you can afford to tip.