There’s always some kind of game going on somewhere, like trivia or bridge. Pop into the video arcade or catch an outdoor movie if you’re so inclined.
Carnival’s Seaside Theater is a 12 foot by 22 foot LED screen by the poolside on deck 10. Carnival shows sporting events, concerts, and other special programming during the day. At night Carnival shows feature movies like the Gladiator, James Bond movies, or Kurosawa retrospectives. Er, maybe not that last one.
The Warehouse, Magic’s video arcade, is on deck four, the same level as the kids clubs. It offers a lot of video games and air hockey tables. It’s fun, but loud.
Carnival has a lot of group trivia contests, guess-the-song games, and card games (like bridge) organized throughout the voyage. The price for winning is always a trophy in the shape of the Magic. It’s a remarkably coveted prize, as this is the only means of getting one. They don’t sell them.
The only classes are seminars, offered by the fitness center.
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