Here is the itinerary. Looks familiar doesn’t it? If coming from the north – one stops in the Azores. If headed from the Med normally one makes a port or so in the Canaries. What makes me really excited is those seven knitting days in a row!
Any who – I am traveling this one in the “cheap seats” i.e. inner cabin but on one of the upper decks. Since I am in and around all of the suites, I am hoping that the nice cabin attendant will take pity on me so that I can have the good shampoo.
This is going to be a great cruise in spite of the ship size (3800 pax size) and the large number of loyalty club members (1800+) because I know several of my fellow travelers (Brad and Chere are celebrating a well earned retirement trip in Europe by traveling home in a leisurely fashion), Barbara from my Grandeur knitting group last fall is headed to winter quarters in Florida, I have found a few other knitters through Cruise Critic so all is good. I also will get my cappuccino in the morning and spend a lot of time in the fitness center.
Life is good.