Orchard Garden Hotel
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... blindfolded, and guess people's birthdays (she was the most impressive) and people's money disappearing, then reappearing inside oranges. We were seated at a table with a couple from Dallas, and two guys formerly from New York, now living in Florida. The two guys continually told us they weren't gay (there wives and children were at the table behind them) but they certainly were drunk! It was sobering though to hear ...
Bought Bahamas stamps,dollar and coins.
Dinner at the Garden Cafe
Saw bowling alley,ice bar in ship.
The show was Rock of Ages,a Broadway musical.The songs were by Bon Jovi,Journey,etc.
There was a Glow party.We wore all white,even pants .Nice effects on whites and bright
colors.Wore a red neon light as ...
... medical emergency, so it took about 45 minutes for them to help the person off and into an ambulance. We met our neighbors, who are really nice and have a good time.
After the excitement, we come into the room because the sun was getting pretty hot and finished the second bottle of Champagne. It’s such a great cruise because we’re all laughing, having a great time and enjoying each ...
... same thing. There were offers of taxi and boat rides to Atlantis, which is a resort and water park in Nassau. We passed on this and wandered around the shops while waiting for the kids to get back. Gary added to his growing collection of t-shirts purchased on shore trips. We met up with Holly and Lucy, who loved their parasailing. The girls went back to the ship shortly after and Gary and I looked around the town centre. I ...
... we watched as the first contestant played the game. There’s 20 cases on a screen. The contestant selects one to be his case, but it is not opened so he doesn’t know the value of the money inside. The values range from 1¢ to $1,000 in each of the 20 cases. The contestant then selects five cases to open to see what values are not in his selected case. As each case is virtually opened on the jumbo screen in the atrium, it’s revealed ...