- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... year. She did four piano pieces, by composers Beethoven, Debussy, Greig and Liszt. It was pleasant and relaxing sitting there listening to some lovely, well-known tunes.
We then decided to get some more exercise, so I could clock the recommended daily minimum of 10,000 steps. But it was too cold and windy up on deck, so we decided just to walk up and down the length of the ship in the corridors. We did get some funny looks off people who saw us ...
... with coffee and orange juice. Afterwards we tentatively took a look outside, but it was cold and windy with the threat of rain in the air. It is November after all!
We had a good wander around the ship; the Boudicca had a major refit in 2013 so she looked different from when we were on her in 2008, although there were obviously a lot of things that were very familiar. Then we pottered around for a bit before going along to the Neptune Lounge around ...
... on table 32. :-)
As on all Fred Olsen cruises, dinner was delicious. I started with smoked salmon and avocado, followed by Caesar salad and a tasty lamb korma. Then I finished off with some cheeses and a nice glass of amaretto. :-)
At around 7.30pm Boudicca slowly started to make her way down the Mersey, heading for the Irish Sea. Our voyage had begun.
Our hunger well appeased, we then went along to the Neptune Lounge, where ...
... Butts Road, he shared with us how the fields off the road were where many of the young boys practiced their archery in medieval times! Also, how Rotten Row got its name from a French phrase meaning “Way of the King” (much nicer than what we thought it came from) and that it means that at one point, the king probably passed through the streets of Riseley!
There is probably SO much more that I could share with you all about this village ...
... until the person got out the car and turns out it was Labrinth so we got a photo with him (and then he indirected us) then went back onto the motorway and by chance One Direction's box cars drove in front of us (we knew the number plates) so we followed them all the way to Leeds to their hotel. Got out the car when we got there and Paul (their tour manager) then shouted at us to 'get back in your ******* ...