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Had to leave my cat, Bandit, at home but doubt he would have liked being at sea anyway. Do you mean Goofy the Disney character or Goofie the dog?
They have evverythiing yyoou say,HA, but - do they have place for the very important guest :like snooker and goofie ?HMPF
They have everything from miniature golf, a gym with all sorts of weight machines, a spa, pools, hot tubs, many stores and restaurants, a theater, bars, etc. Like a city, Shirley.
Wow, That's some ship, I often wonder how they keep these ships a float, they would be an enormous weigh, Thanks snooker.
Hadn't heard of the Allure of the Seas. Sounds like they are both too big for me. Was hard enough walking back and forth on the Princess.Foxy and Maria, there are lots of towns here that are way smaller. Glad to hear from you again, gnt. The one next to the Oasis of the Seas was a lot smaller and I am not sure what the name was. There were 5 others in port when we were there.Glad you are enjoying the cruise, Ank. Don't get too much sun. :)
Wow, what a ships. Beautiful. Pat I love it that you take us with you for the cruise, I enjoy it very much. Thanks.
A small town on water, wow!
they are great looking ships
...Allure of the Seas, together with her sister ship, Oasis of the Seas holds the record for the largest passenger ship ever constructed, although Allure is 50 millimetres (2.0 in) longer than Oasis, making her technically the largest despite the fact that both ships have identical superstructures. They were built in Finland.
I just cruised through the Panama Canal Jan 3-18 and was told The Allure of the Seas is the largest ship afloat.
Hope they packed enough lifeboats for all those folks! Interesting but it's too big, if you know what I mean :-) There are many country towns here with a lot less population LOL.
I believe this is the largest cruise ship anywhere right now. Google it and it will tell you about all the "neighborhoods" it has.
They're building larger and larger cruise ships these days - we had one come into our harbor last weekend and it just about took up the length of the wharf....
That is a mighty big boat snooker. I want to sail away on it!