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Dec 13-18 Crossing the Atlantic
Aft Pool, outside eating area, Lunch on the Balcony


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Leaving the Azores was exciting and the thought of not seeing land for another seven day was even better. The weather was getting warmer and the outside spaces were filled with sun worshipers. Lunch moved out to the table around the pool; the pizza place and the grill where burgers and hot dogs were prepared were busier than ever. The line at the ice-cream bar grew longer and longer and the weather got better and better. The live band that had been restricted to the inside due to weather also moved outside to the joy and delight of the passengers.

At night, bands played in the Wheelhouse Bar and in Club Fusion with its large dance floor. Skywakers, a state of the art nightclub, was lively until the wee hours of the morning, with its lighted dance floor and disco-style strobe lights. There was karaoke in the Explorers Lounge and the casino stayed open all night. Nightly productions in the Princess Theater included Broadway-style shows, and guest entertainers. Never a dull moment.
 
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