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Sure was, Maria, but not as big as the Oasis of the Seas.
One big ship!
I appreciate your comments, Mimi and gnt.Shirley, it took about 3 days to start to get used to where things were.
I think I'd get lost on that one, it's huge snooker.
great looking ship
Wow, what a ship! Thanks for posting these great photos!
Nancys, it was sunny at each port we visited. Glad it reminded you of your cruise.Was our first cruise but probably not the last, Ank.It was nice to get off, bradjan, but also nice to return "home" as the crew called it.Better than fire escapes, brother of mine. :)
A hotel with lifeboats.
We have been on various cruises. Lots of fun and nice to get off the ship and walk around shopping, etc.
Wow, what a ship. It must have een a great vacation Pat. Thanks
When we were there it was cloudy all the time, looks like you had a sunny day.
We docked there last year on the Norwegian. Thanks for the memories.
Have a picture to post tomorrow of the Oasis of the Seas that can carry more than 6000 passengers.
That be one really, really big hotel!
Thanks, Sally. It actually holds about 3100. Never did feel crowded.
This ship is huge.... Must hold upwards of 1,000 people.... Great angle on the shot, Snooker.... Thank you.... :) :)