(Continued from Day 2, Pt. 3) … After going back inside from the top deck, we stopped in at the Crow’s Nest, located near the top of the ship at the bow. There is a DJ booth setup in there, as well as a place for the band to play. We never ended up going up there for music, but were able to spend some quiet time in there, sheltered from the wind and cold, with a great view of the ocean in front of the ship. We went there one other time during a quiet time, and I grabbed a specialty drink. (I believe it was some variety of Manhattan). It was a nice place to relax and enjoy.
It was quickly approaching dinnertime, so we headed back to the room to gather everyone, and begin the process of primping. Soon enough, we were ready to go eat yet again…. so we headed down to the Main Dining Room. The MDR on this ship is the La Fontaine dining room. After being on much larger ships, it was almost surprising to me that it wasn’t very large in comparison, and still never felt crowded. Previous ships we had been on even had multiple MDRs, and were packed a little closer than this. We headed to the upper level of the La Fontaine at just after 5:00, and were (as always) seated straightaway. … (Continue to Day 2, Pt. 5)