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January 28, 2013
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Today is a sea day. We are on our way from Barcelona to Lisbon, and will be sailing through the Straits of Gibraltar passing from the Mediterranean Sea to the Atlantic Ocean arriving in Lisbon the morning of December 10th. After four straight days of tours, it is nice not to have to go anywhere off the ship today, just enjoy our ship, the sea, and the sky. There are a lot of things to do on sea days: there are movies, bingo, team trivia, art auctions, casino gambling, enrichment lectures, shopping, live music, sitting around one of the four pools and of course, non-stop eating. Or, we can do nothing.

Our ship is the Crown Princess and on this cruise, there are about 2,800 passengers and over 1,000 crewmen who make sure we have everything we need. Our final destination on this 20-day transatlantic cruise is Galveston Texas. The seas have been relatively smooth during the day, and just a little rocky at night -something we are enjoying. Several friends asked if we got bored “cooped up for so long.” The answer is NO. It is like being at a luxury resort, with everything you could possible need or want at your fingertips.
 
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