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Thursday, June 9, 2011

Wet Pictures

Good morning,

We are still out here with all of this water and we love it!  Above is an image of the sunrise as seen from our stateroom.
Up on the pool deck, crew members are receiving training. It's a tough job, but somebody has to do it, right?
Nearby is one of the Deck 11 two hot tubs that literally hang off the sides of Freedom of the Seas to give guests a spectacular view.
And, here is the other one on the other side.  Look!  There is room for us!
OK, this image isn't of water, but it is pretend water on a ship.  The lady diving through the ceiling is part of the artwork to make it appear we are enjoying a fantasy under water world as we walk down the Royal Promenade of the ship.

Water, water everywhere....  ;)

Enjoy!

Lois

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9 comments:

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

You are having quite the adventure. I'm going to be advocating for a family cruise.

Sherry said...

I never cease to be amazed at the grandeur of that ship! Thanks for sharing.

Nedra said...

What a beautiful view to wake up to in the morning.

texwisgirl said...

glad you are still having fun. i'd be absolutely stir crazy by now!

Montanagirl said...

Fabulous! Such an amazing ship.

Vagabonde said...

Looking at your blog made my husband and I wishing we were going on another cruise soon. We went on the Queen Victoria to Hawaii last February. Your picture of the sunrise is superb.

River Glorious said...

"pretend water"

:D

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

How lovely to wake up to a sunset on the water, Lois. Enjoyed the photos of the flow-rider - just what every backyard needs in the hot summer.

Elaine said...

It must be fantastic to sit in one of those hot tubs and enjoy the view. I am amazed you found it empty.