After three busy port days, the group was ready for the second sea day on our Liberty of the Seas cruise.
Steve and I did our usual coffee at the Cafe Promenade. We decided to have breakfast at the buffet this morning. I really like the Windjammer (outside of that crazy embarkation lunch). There are so many choices and the staff is so helpful.
We head to the main pool afterwards.
As you can tell it wasn’t that busy when we got there and we had our pick of loungers.
The lifeguards are ever vigilant even when no one is in the water.
We have a bit more color to our skin than the first sea day. 🙂
We enjoyed drinks and eventually the “kids” found us and settled into nearby loungers.
After I’d had enough sun (Steve thought we’d get shade as the morning progressed but alas these chairs did not), I left the group to get changed for lunch in the main dining room.
There was a solo meetup for lunch but I wanted to read my book and enjoy some solitude so was seated alone.
Unlike Carnival which only has one lunch menu or Norwegian with two, Royal Caribbean had a different lunch menu every sea day. I started with the soup of the day which was cauliflower.
The toasted steak sandwich was very delicious!
I didn’t need the BBQ sauce. It also came with a caesar salad.
Dessert was the rum cake which was pretty good.
After lunch I stayed indoors the rest of the afternoon relaxing while Steve was at the pool until late afternoon. While getting ready for dinner, we watched the parade on the promenade from our cabin window.
We even had a good view of the characters on the walkway.
Next time I will try to be ready in time to watch the parade downstairs.
It’s our second formal night and everyone looked great.
Just the ladies.
Followed by the handsome men.
Tonight’s menu was Jasmine.
Starters included creamed wild mushrooms.
And seafood salad.
The star entree tonight was the lobster.
Krisna brought a plate of extras so many of us had two tails. Very good!
The only dessert I took a picture of was the coconut ice cream. It was excellent.
There was a parade of the chefs and everyone expressed their appreciation with applause.
Steve and I skipped tonight’s show (comedic juggler?) and had a couple of drinks at the Hoof and Claw Pub.
In our room we had this guy waiting.
He brought the unwelcome luggage tags (boo!).
This means our cruise is coming to an end! I did get the tags changed out for a lower number with Joann (our room steward) to make sure we’d make our transportation arrangements on time.
Here is today’s Compass (PDF). Click to download or see the full file.
If you missed the other parts of the recap the links are below.
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Fairfield Inn Houston Hobby
Liberty of the Seas Embarkation
Liberty of the Seas Sea Day 1
Liberty of the Seas: Cozumel
Liberty of the Seas: Grand Cayman
Liberty of the Seas: Falmouth, Jamaica