St. Thomas (Stay on ship day) and day at sea

Day 5: St Thomas

We have often been to St Thomas and decided to take advantage of the mostly empty ship. I was able to relax, get in a swim and explore a bit more.  

The ship is so big and with so many people on board I was really looking forward to a day with decreased numbers on board. The anti-social part of me was coming out and floating in the pool was a nice change of place.  

One of my favorite things about the ship was the amount of space and with the limited numbers on board I was able to really apricate them. 

On that evening we had reservations to watch the ice skating show. I was in shock by the fact that there was a ice skating rink on the ship. This is also the area that they have laser tag. 


Day 6: Day at Sea

We decided to investigate the ship and see as much as we could. As I think back, I wonder how I missed this or that. 

But if was a great chance to head out after breakfast and see what it has to offer.

But first Brett and I had reservations to a specialty lunch “A Taste of Royal” I really wanted to get a taste of some of the specialty dining options. 

It was all so good and makes me want to plan on trying some on our next cruise. 

Amuse-bouche of crap cakes
St. Peter Spitzer - we are mot wine drinkers so we passed on this and they brought us an non-acholic drink.
These rolls were so good, I thought they were on the menu but they were not. Sorry I don t remember what they were called.
Citrus Seas Tuna Tartar
Filet Mignon and Spicy Shrimp
Fried Cheesecake
View from in Central Park

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