The College Inn
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... education center in the park. We drove to the South Parking Lot and saw three rabbits along the trail to the viewpoint. They were black, brown and grey. We saw a sign later that said they were domesticated rabbits that had been let go and were multiplying like rabbits so don’t feed them. We walked out to the first viewpoint and decided we didn’t have time to walk to the lighthouse and back before it was time to go meet ...
... because my main goal was to have the chocolate melting cake dessert. It is Carnival’s signature dessert and is absolutely delicious. I order it “Mickey Mouse Style” which means that I get 2 scoops of ice cream. After talking it up at the table, 5 of the 6 of us ordered it. It didn’t disappoint. I’ll probably have it most of the rest of the cruise.
After dinner, we went to the “welcome aboard show” hosted by the Cruise Director, ...
... 8216;be there’ (as in focus on the customer), ‘make their day’ and ‘choose your attitude’.
We then meandered around the piers, for hours and then settled on a long lunch at Elliott on the pier. We spent the afternoon drinking NZ Sav Blanc from Oyster Bay, people watching, indulging in lovely seafood and enjoying the sun and views. We ...
... to Bens house and we stayed there until 11:00 pm until we had to go the airport for our flight. We got to the airport and we ate Wendy's which was terrible and now we await our flight that leaves at 1:00 am. I am so excited for this trip, I have no idea what to expect but I know that it will be fun. Hopefully we'll cross paths with some really great people and we'll be able to have an experience that will never ...
... are 12 duplicate and four rubber bridge tables playing in the afternoons—we are loving it). There are also four Mah Jongg tables and a myriad of other games going on. We can learn to speak basic Japanese and Chinese and do origami. Tai Chi and Yoga are popular in the morning. Watercolor painting and knitting are available, as well as trivia ...