Aboard the Breakaway: Raw Bar May 17, 2013 | Roger
Aboard the Breakaway: The Studio Complex May 15, 2013 | Roger
An Old World Christmas May 13, 2013 | Roger
24 Hours: Seattle May 10, 2013 | Roger
‘Dancing with the Stars: At Sea’ Aboard Holland America... May 8, 2013 | Heidi
Beach Bums: The 5 Best Beaches in the Caribbean... May 6, 2013 | Roger
Reaching for the Sky aboard Quantum of the Seas.... May 3, 2013 | Roger
The Story of Captain Marce May 1, 2013 | Heidi
Riverboat Biscuits April 24, 2013 | Heidi
The library is a popular spot on the Carnival Breeze. Not only for the books, magazines and games, but also for the card-key operated wine dispensers and literary cocktails.
Maybe sip a Hemingway’s Papa Doble while enjoying a good novel?
Surprised? The Carnival Breeze does indeed have a bar in the library, along with a first for Carnival Cruise Lines – card-key operated wine dispensers. Makes sense to me.
The announcements have been coming fast and furious with the new ships due out over the next couple years, and some of the biggest announcements dealt with the Godmother of the ship who christens and names the ship at its launch. The New York bound Norwegian Breakaway will have the Rockettes, Royal Caribbean’s Quantum of the Seas made a splash at the Oscars by naming Kristen Chenoweth, and this week Princess Cruises found a Princess of their own, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge – the wife of Prince William. But what makes a cruise line name a Godmother anyway?
It’s that time of year when cruise lines start announcing new itineraries and ports of call for the coming year or two, and this week Princess Cruise Line announced that it’s heading to Singapore with the Emerald Princess. Already a popular port of call, Princess will be the first major cruise line to begin using the Asian city-state, well known as a luxury travel destination, as a long-term home port.
A first-time Disney cruiser wondered about needing a bed rail for her 3-year-old son. Should the mother carry a portable railing from home or would one be available after she arrived on the ship?
Wanting to be prepared, the mother sent her question to a Walt Disney “moms panel.”
And quickly had her answer.