L' Auberge du Cabestan
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... rooms." "You sure do" I replied exiting quickly, but holding the door open just long enough for anyone looking in to get a good view of his scabby, flabby ****.
When we got back to our cabin this afternoon the captain made a very strange announcement over the public address system. Now when the captain of a ship announces "There is absolutely nothing to worry about,..." you know you've got something to worry about. He started the ...
The first night survived! Although Lance could not sleep because of the noise of the aircon fan, which apparently can't be switched off, and the pitching and yawing of the ship kept waking me up (It wasn't like that on the Anthem of the Seas!)
Last night we dined in the Belvedere Buffet Restaurant and it was disappointingly British. I really don't want to keep on about this, but the Anthem's buffet restaurant (Windjammer), ...
The last couple of days have been tough for all of us and I have to say that I have been really shocked by the news that we have had a couple of days back. What it has done however is that the crew has gotten a lot closer and we are all lokking out for each other much much more... We decided to sail a little more conservatively snd got through our shifts very well. Nees has now reached us that the ...
... I thought I would make use of the nice day and went up on deck to sit with the other watch a little. With the exception of Happy Hour where we all spend some time together at lumch, you hardly see each other. I went down below after a little while as ai was still tired and so decide to have another little siesta when all of a sudden I was almost thrown out of my bunk. Through the little window, I could see thst our boom was in the water and wechad broached. It ...
... old town and splendid cathedral.
The evenings we spent playing a more sophisticated game of 'wink murder', hope the neighbours weren't kept awake with laughter.
Monday was a lovely day so everyone decamped to the beach in sight of the house for a the last swim before all young people went back to London and work, it was very quiet that ...