Posted February 25th, 2015, 09:41 PM
I'm still trying to get pictures from video, since I really didn't try hard enough for ship pictures, but I did wear the glasses a lot.
The kids loved camp, which was great for us. Most days they would be so upset when we took them out, especially from Night Owls.
We loved that all we had to do was take a short walk past the pool and then up the stairs and were in camp.
The kids loved being so close to Pizza and ice cream and french fries. The Lido deck was the best choice and we would book that level again. Very convenient. While the girls were at Camp, Serenity was a favorite spot for us.
I think it would of been nicer at the end of the ship, and I prefer the layout in the back that other ships have. Plus being right next to the slides took away from the adult retreat feel. They had hammocks, chairs and loungers. They also had sectional outdoor couches, a couple of hot tubs and a bar. Bar tenders were frequent on this ship, and aside from the main pool, it was never hard to get a drink.
We also spent a lot of time playing trivia in Ocean Plaza, which was the middle of Deck 5. The ship was split up very well. You would always have something in Ocean plaza and the Atrium which were close to each other. Then you had activities and performers in the lounges and night club as well as the Lido deck. I heard they cut back on performers, but we missed more than we had a chance to see.
I'm going to get the fun times finished and get some more pictures ready.
Lanai Starboard hot tub
Deck 11 Chairs on side of ship aft port.
The NCL Dawn and Creole Queen behind us.
I always found myself with the girls on the back deck. There were more chairs open, and I like the rear view. Plus the sandwich place was right there, and the Tandoor for a Naan and Hummus fix (like Pita).