Many years ago, we vacationed in Loreto. Some paved streets, more not, and very few tourists. The beach was great, hotel good, and food perfect.
One thing that comes close to standing out in my mind was the airline didn’t make advance seat reservations. If there were more passengers than seats, well tomorrow’s another day.
The practice was to hire someone to wait in line for you on the day of the flight. I don’t remember the cost of this, but it was cheaper than another night at the hotel.
On the ship itself, the botoxed Bistro is a favorite place of many to grab coffees, teas, and goodies. The bar has been circularized.
Ubiquitously on display are Christmas reminders. The computer center, the cheese, and even the ginger bowl.
This place must be scary around Halloween.
Each night Teodor brings canapés at around 4:45 PM.
Then it’s to dinner at 6:15. I love the dining room’s “first plates” that reflect the food scene of the night.
This was French night.
Actually, I wasn’t very hungry and I found by not eating, my table attracted all kinds of men in tuxedos asking about the food, did I want something else, etc. None could accept “I’m not very hungry.” (This is a cruise ship, idiot, everyone’s ready to eat all the time.)
In the evening, the Crystal Society members were invited to cocktails and dancing in the Starlight Club. The Crystal Society is Crystal’s guest loyalty program. Some of the people at this party have cruised Crystal since the Harmony first went to sea years ago. One even longer than that.
The production show yet again was hugely entertaining. The audience, in formal wear, was a bit reserved, applauding, but absolutely no vocalizing except, you guessed it, from me. Some of the dance numbers combined acrobatics; splits, cartwheels, leaps and in air somersaults; all performed with poise and style. So yes, I shouted out. YES!