Things to do, continued . . .
There were shows each night by a cast of dancers.
A juggler. This guy was so funny.
A comedian followed him, but most people enjoyed the juggler much more.
The ship had 3 or 4 jewelry stores and they stayed pretty busy. Prices ranged from $10 to hundreds of dollars.
Basketball and volleyball.
A piano bar. I so wanted Kelsey to be able to sit down and play "Clocks" on that piano. But, I didn't really think they would let her. She says she's going to have one of those one day. I hope she does.
They had dance classes, a spa (pretty expensive), a gym, a coffee shop, karaoke, and the list goes on. There was a room for children, pre-teens, and teens with activities planned for most of the day. Parents were able to drop the children off at any time and pick them up whenever they wanted to. They had teen dances, etc. in the evening. Some started at midnight. I bet the teens loved this because they were able to stay up all hours of the night.
To sum it up . . . there was something for everyone.
Until later . . .
Take care and God Bless!