It was very nice of him to re-arrange the times to make the gathering easier to have. We got on their list Ergo: trying to cruise for a room on a gay early check-in apparently my pre-check-in faxed letter didn't do the trick and left to find some lunch.
Just a nice perk. We had purchased a "suite", which on this ship is small but nice. She went to the cook and found out they were only prepared on a certain day and had the chef send us a big plate filled with blueberry muffins to our stateroom the next day.
We had a standard room attendant not a genie who was easily the best room attendant we have ever had. In Fort Lauderdale, it could be long, but swift. Our room steward was the Senior Steward Roberto, who, by the way, was one of the best room stewards we have ever sailed with on any cruise line.
The pasta was al dente and the Bolognese was a full, rich, thick meat sauce that was so satisfying and delicious.
He strolled up grinning at us. It's free so why not? He could have any guy or girl he wanted and I knew he would never choose me. Find all posts by Mike M. Find all posts by jackiesbooks. I just couldn't.
Just sayin'. I had a great dinner off of the newer Norwegian Cruise Line menu. Okay, having disembarked over thirty times in Ports all over the US and Europe, I have to say that the process in the Port of Palm Beach is definitely not the easiest, kindest, or fastest.