Monday, May 3, 2010

Emerald Princess

The Emerald Princess is a beautiful ship.


We loved our aft cabin with a large balcony and view of the ships wake.


We are still docked in Ft. Lauderdale in the above picture.


Everywhere you turn there is something pretty to look at.  The decor in the spa, library, theatre, clubs, dining rooms, etc. was outstanding.


The pastry chefs were incredible.  It’s hard to believe that these sea life sculptures were entirely edible. 



The food was wonderful.  It was difficult to decide just what to eat, there were so many choices.  I wish I’d taken photos of all the scrumptious foods that we were served.  Our rack of lamb dinner was memorable, as were the many different seafood dishes I enjoyed each evening.  There was shrimp, lobster, barramundi, cioppino,  mussels and lots more – a seafood lovers dream.

P4111240A cruise on the Emerald Princess was a wonderful way to celebrate a birthday.   Hubby agrees that this should become an annual event.  Next year - maybe the Southern Caribbean


Disney Mummy said...

Your cruise photos are incredible. Looks like you had a wonderful time.

Marilyn said...

Definitely the way to celebrate a birthday!

Appleshoe said...

Thank you for letting us share in your adventure. I've enjoyed each and every post. Happy Birthday and many more. Take care.

Lara Harris said...

Oh that looks devine!

Linda J. said...

What a great way to celebrate a birthday! I have thoroughly enjoyed your photos!

Angela McRae said...

What a lovely room! And mmm, I adore seafood and would really have enjoyed this feast! They really do raise the bar in the culinary "art" area, don't they?

Anonymous said...

Looks like a wonderful trip! I have enjoyed seeing your photos and hearing about it.

Rosemary said...

Your vacation photos are lovely... beautiful colors.... fantastic memories! I've been enjoying them.

Anonymous said...

thanks for dropping by my blo g I agree waht a wonderful way to celebtate a birthday looks like you had an amsing time:)

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