Here are a few pictures of our room, pictures from the balcony and around the ship. I LOVED this ship and would gladly sail on it again.
Our room mailbox and address label.
If there wasn't a live band playing on the Lido deck, there was something showing on the screen. Sometimes it was pretty nature photos, but usually a movie or a concert. You could easily watch a movie while swimming in the pool. I preferred the 10 pm movies, mostly because the time didn't conflict with other activities. You could buy candy, but a cart would come around and offer free popcorn before the movie started. If you wanted to get up and get a refill, it was unlimited. At the half way point a cart would come around with milk and cookies. Wool blankets were available in case the wind caused too much of a chill.
This is the passengers vs cruise staff volleyball championship game. I knew the lady serving. This was taken just after we left Cabo San Lucas.
This is deck 7, The Promenade. This deck became one of my favorite places to hang out. Here you can see some of the morning walkers doing laps. I tried to walk every day. This deck is the only one that you can walk unobstructed around. 2.8 laps equals a mile. I didn't count laps, just put time in. I like this deck because it's outside, without glass panels between you and the ocean. It's close to the water which makes it a great place to look for wildlife and feel the breeze. These deck chairs are the most comfortable and once I got one, I didn't want to leave.
Unless I'm cold, I don't hang out in the sun. I moved from port to starboard, depending on where the shade was.
After walk on the promenade, near dawn in the Pacific. We changed our clocks back and forward a few times. One day on the Pacific sunrise wasn't until 7:41am.
This picture is provided by Princess, of the Lotus pool area. It's enclosed and air conditioned. There are lounge chairs around the outside that look out through floor to ceiling windows, lovely! This pool also has a slight current, and 2 hot tubs. The ice cream station is just to the left. Ping pong tables are upstairs.