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Thursday, December 10, 2015

The Gingerbread Village Grows! Freedom of the Seas

Good morning,

Here are a few more images of the Gingerbread Village on board Freedom of the Seas.
Throughout the month of December, more and more is added to the decorations around the ship.  That little train moves through the village.  Delightful!
Yes, they need to put up this sign.  It is amazing to me how many people (including adults!) walk up and touch such displays. 

All the best,


Michelle said...

That is impressive and so cute!

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

I was wondering what becomes of the gingerbread house creation afterwards. Are any of these actually eaten, Lois. And, yes people do have to be cautioned now to disturb things.

Lois Evensen said...


Due to health concerns, after the displays have been out in the open where people touch them and there are no sneeze bars, the items cannot be served/consumed.

Therefore, the items made of food must be destroyed when the display is dismantled.