Saturday, March 05, 2011

The Norwegian Sun - Take a Cruise!

"The Norwegian Sun" is gliding out to deep waters

Close up of the bow and the colorful deco of "The Norwegian Sun"

The first of 'The Norwegian" fleet 
designed to completely embody Norwegian's "Freestyle" cruising concept, the Sun is defined by fabulous choice after choice. 

With nine restaurants -- including those offering Pacific Rim, Italian and other specialties -- you can have a different type of meal each day of your cruise, with seating at whichever hour of the evening you please. 

There's also an Internet cafe with 20 computers as well as wine tastings and art auctions. 

An outdoor basketball court, jogging track, batting cages, golf simulators and a fitness center that never closes will keep more active types busy. Nightlife is first rate, with dancing, Broadway shows, a cigar bar and other lounges, variety shows and the Monte Carlo Casino. 

Don't worry about the kids -- they're making their own splashes with the Kid's Crew.

Hi my friends,
Have you ever been traveling the seas on a cruise ship? Not me... I just love to watch those majestic "big boats" leaving out of Port Canaveral!
Thank you so much for all the nice comments to my recent cat photo. Tomorrow will be my "Wordless Sunday" again - come back and have a look. I do appreciate every single comment from you.

Wishing you a wonderful weekend day!
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nothingprofound said...

Amazing what these ships have to offer. I met an 80 year old woman recently who spends three months every winter on a cruise trip. She travels all over the world.

Susanne49 said...

I know, it's almost like living in a city to be on a big cruise ship. I would do that too if I would have enough money, like that old lady you've told about.

But I think, she does it great, she has everything on a ship: entertainment, cultural sight seeings and a wonderful social life. Not to forget the good food :))

Thanks for your comment, Marty!


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