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Trip Report Back from Bermuda

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I just got back from Bermuda on the Celebrity Summit and it wasn't what myself and my family expected.

Last Sunday, my family(me, mom, dad, my older brother, and grandma) along with my grandma's friend and my dad's friend headed to Cape Liberty to board the Summit. I shared an Inside room with my mom and grandma. It was the worst room. I slept on the sofa bed and it extended out in front of the other beds. My mom and grandma had to walk sideways to get to the lavatory. The ship was rocking so fiercely that a lot of people including myself and family got seasick and some fell due to the fierce rocking. No one got hurt. When we finally docked at King's Wharf, everybody was relieved. We got a 3 day pass for the ferries and buses that goes around the island. My family and I saw Hamilton and St. George. I liked St. George's historic area. It was the best with the village cryer and a music band playing and the shopping.
There were some good things on the Summit. My grandma liked Michael's Club where they played Name that Tune or just to listen to the pianist play. I liked doing Karaoke up in the Revelations Club. They only had it twice on the entire cruise. My parents liked the shows in the Theater.
When we were ready to leave the ship back at Cape Liberty, it was very disorganized. We had to report to the Rendevouz Lounge first and when our tag color/number was called, we had to take the middle elevator down to the first floor to get off. The problem was the attended called several colors/numbers all at once and everybody was forcing to get on the elevator or down the stairs. Down below, there was no line, and a lot of people were crowed all at once. Once out, we had to take shuttle buses to the main terminal. Then we had to get our luggage first, then go through customs. All the other cruises my family and I were on it was customs first then luggage. The porter who helped us was very nice and stayed until my dad got the special luggage dolly on our van. I don't know if we will consider traveling with Celebrity in the distant future. For now my next adventure will be in Colorado this summer.

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