A classic sea day (day at sea) with people eating and drinking more than is probably good for them, and familiar Muzak is heard over the speakers.
Yes – I recognize the tracks of music playing in various venues. Not because the music is great, the artists well know or anything similar to a sensible reason. I recognize the playlists as exactly the same as Royal has been using for years. I don’t know if that should be comforting or a sign that the cruise line is cheap…
We are just far enough away from the coast that I can only catch the occasional glimpse as the ship works its way north. I spent a few hours again in the solarium stitching before retreating to my cabin when the crowds got to be more than I wanted.
I am sparing you pictures today. It is a ship, shiny, with the usual amount of what some might consider “art” positioned strategically on walls and the turning points of the two main stairways traveling from top to bottom of the ship.
I stitched, collected the updates for most of my stitching projects and otherwise relaxed in my cabin.