Royal Promenade also has night clubs, coffee bars, and shops.
In the afternoon, some of us attended an ice show called “Frozen in Time” in Studio B and later in the evening, went to dinner at the Opus Restaurant. Lee didn't feel too good so we ordered room service which is also complimentary.
It was another great day!.
Cruising the Eastern Caribbean (Day 3)
Monday, May 10, 2010
At-sea day. We did not have to get off the ship and were able to spend the whole day exploring the various neighborhoods, working out at the Vitality Gym, tasting different foods; and laying around the pools and hot tubs.
After a hearty breakfast, Julian joined up with other kids to participate in the kid program. We were sitting at the Sorrento’s sidewalk café and heard some commotion. A parade was heading our way and Steve informed me that Julian was leading the parade. That kid really enjoys his time on the “Oasis-of-the Seas”.
Julian in the Pirate Parade
Kids parading on the Royal Promenade
As mentioned on a previous blog, I will post pictures of the various neighborhoods on the Oasis so that you can get an idea as to how immense this ship is.
The Royal Promenade on Deck 5 has Café Promenade and Sorrento’s Pizza, two of the complimentary eating places which have tables and chairs facing the sidewalk. Café Promenade serves good and hot coffee and desserts all day long and hence, became my favorite hangout place.
In the morning while Lee is still sleeping, I would come down to the Cafe Promenade with my laptop to catch up with some office work.
Cafe Promenade. Coffee and danish daily here.
Mondo Coffe Bar in front of "On Air" Club on Royal Promenade
Bolero Bar where they dance to Latin music nightly
Rising Tide Bar where the bar is moving up and down is also on Royal Promenade
"Frozen in Time" ice show in Studio B
Part of show
A lady demonstrating the art of sand painting on the ice