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Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Boleros

Good morning,

I'm out and about Freedom of the Seas with my little camera again today.
I posted some pictures of the glass artwork in this lounge earlier.
Today I took some pictures of the rest of the lounge.  I was here when there were no guests so was able to take pictures without people wondering why I wanted pictures of them as they sat in the bar.  ;)
This is a very cozy spot on Freedom of the Seas

It's interesting how different the various venues with the same names are on the different ships.  Although they are all very nice, I like the cozy feel of this area.

I hope you're enjoying my photo tour as I wander around Freedom.   

Lois

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7 comments:

Wanda..... said...

Freedom of the Seas is a beautiful ship, Lois. It's like a floating museum with all the artwork and decor! I can't help but think of the vast amount of money that went into the building of it.

Happy Days said...

Cozy Bar. I agree, the ship is just beautiful...maybe some day...debbiie

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

Took some time this morning to catch up on blog reading and your photos of this ship continue to amaze me, Lois. There is so much to "see" that it's hard to imagine how folks could fit in all the other activites and events. And I am also amazed that although there are so many people aboard, you still manage to capture the quiet times with few people in view.

Diana said...

Very nice Lois. I am pretty sure that it was Freedom of the Seas that I was watching a show about the other day. Love Di ♥

stringsofpurls said...

Cruising AGAIN! What fun. I'm back and happy to see you are having so much fun!

Elaine said...

That looks like a lovely place to while away a few hours, although I think there are many lovely places on the ship to do that. The hard part is just choosing which one.

Lois Evensen said...

Good morning,

Yes, there are quite a few people aboard this ship, but except for embarking and disembarking, it doesn't seem as if there are that many people here at all.

There are so many cozy places and so many alternatives for activities that it seems you can do whatever you want whenever you want to do it.

Thanks, everyone, for stopping by.

Very best,
Lois