I am at the point where the sea days are starting to blur together and keeping track of where and and when is almost more trouble than it is worth. Other than my last trans-Atlantic on the Star Legend, even most transatlantic crossings don’t have this many sea days in a row. But anyway – this is Wednesday and marks a week on the ship.
Two things of note with the Symphony –
There is one stairway that is supposed to look like piano keys. Walking up or down triggers lights on that step and starts/continues one or another bit of classical piano music.
Then there is also this bit of “art” in one of the stairwells.
which isn’t exactly either related to symphony or art – but one has to look for themes some place or another..
I still am not spending much time out and about in the ship. I tried the Solarium this morning, but there was a rather cool wind blowing so I went down to Central Park
for breakfast at Chops. Like many of the other food venues on the ship, it was fine but not excellent and certainly not worth waiting till 0730 when they open.
Cynical much am I?
Today’s location –
If I haven’t mentioned it – I have moved on to a new cross stitch – this is Back to the Grind from Silver Creek Samplers. The fabric is one of the fabric of the month @ 16 ct from Ship’s Manor.
and yes, I do drink coffee. I also have a lot of coffee patterns in my stash and am contemplating that it is time I started stitching them….