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... and it was really relaxing. Immediately after was a ukulele class
where they actually give out 20 ukuleles, just to use for the class, and they
teach passengers in a series of four classes. I think that is awesome that they
offer these activities.
The last cruise staff event was working another Captains Cocktail event. This
was different than the first one of the week because this is for elite
passengers who have cruised with Princess before so it ...
Good morning, from the middle of the Pacific Ocean! The best news I could ever give right now is that I haven't been sick or had a headache at all since getting that seasickness shot! That did work wonders. Now I have just been enjoying the ship!
The boys have been exploring the crew areas more, whereas Natalie and I have been exploring mostly the passenger areas; gift shop, library, spa, buffet, etc. I’ve met Lance, the guy that works in the gift shop and is ...
... sun at a sidewalk table. As the dinner hour rolled around, we changed locations and headed to the historic bay front district of Newport. We sample Rogue Brewery beers and then had an amazing seafood dinner at Local Ocean thanks to a strong recommendation from Britt and Chris. We sat at the chef's counter and watched the kitchen staff whip up orders as the sun set behind the fishing boats lining the docks in the bay. Yes, another successful coastal day in the ...
... from today. A Garden in a Volkswagen caught their attention.....The ride totaled 69 miles today and climbed about 2500 feet....A great day one!
The following link will let you see all the key details on the ride including the map route!
... coast at Newport, Oregon. It was 78 degrees when we left the Valley and down to 58 by the time we got to the coast! We passed through the Willamette Valley and then onto rolling hills which it seemed were covered in what we discovered from our good friend Guido is Scotch Broom. It was breathtaking. There were also lupines and many other wild flowers along our pathway. We soon ran into coastal fog and misty air…if we are in this much longer I will expect ...