Wonderful experience! My Mother and Father have taken both of my sister's families on cruises while I was the first born they decided I would be last for family vacation. I'm patient and that did seem fair. Then earlier in the year my Mother was diagnosed with breast cancer. Terrible awful cancer that required immediate highly toxic chemo to be pumped into her 71 year old body every two weeks then every week. She waited til she survived that and a right mastectomy before booking our cruise. See Blessing! Cruise booked but now on to 35 radiation treatments before we sail.
Our vacation on the Bliss was exactly what she needed to recover. It was time we didn't know for sure we would have. One on one time with my Mother and she was spending time with her two grandchildren.
The ship is huge but no one is on top of each other. The service was over the top. Did we do everything on that ship, no way! There is so much to see, but we enjoyed the beauty of the ship, the wonderful music that is around all the time, entertainment, views from our balcony and terrific ports of call. We spent one night just in the stateroom watching March Madness and ordered BLTs and pizza for the kids. If you have seen a loved one with cancer you know what a joy it is to just watch them eat!