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... There was a special waiting area for preferential boarding but as 90% of the passengers are either elite of platinum, that accounts for most of us. In fact, the special waiting area was packed and the other area was empty!! After about 40 minutes our number was called and we filed through security, got the welcome photo out of the way and entered the Royal Princess.
We were on deck 4 and our cabin was waiting a further 4 decks above on Emerald deck 8. Now Roisin ...
Today was a bonus day in every sense of the word! We had originally booked flights home for today, not realising in time it was a Bank Holiday so Lyn didn't need to book a day off work. Once he realised, last week when we were all packed to go and were staying in Reading, he decided to extend our flights until the Wednesday!
So, call us mad, but we decided to go to Venice for the day! We had been so impressed with our train ride into Florence we looked at the ...
... silent. That should tell the activities planners something. Older people aren’t going to be interested in a 10:30 toga party after a long day in port or the night before they have to get up early to leave the ship at 7 or 8 a.m. On the other hand, the Galaxy of the Stars was crowded with lots of older folks on the dance floor the evening that the Spirit Showband did a “Big Band Tribute.” There ...
... Along the way they pay a surprise visit to Angelo, the leather salesman, who is completely shocked and pleased to see Kaylan again. Thinking ahead, the girls also visit the food market to pick up some sandwiches for the 2 hour train ride to Venice.
Promptly at 1:30 the Frecciargento (Silver Arrow) pulls out of Santa Maria Novella Station for the 2 hour and 5 minute trip. This is one of the three high speed trains of the ...
... updated the blog on the way back and wondered weather our bikes were going to be where we left them!
Finally we were nearing Venice and we craned our heads to the windows in search of our bikes…We can see them! Great stuff, parking in Venice for free! We got off the train and headed for our hotel. For 70 euro a night we were not expecting much but as we rounded a bend while still on the path next to the grand canal we found it! Alright we didn't have waterfront views, ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking