Shakers Cocktail Bar offered a Martini tasting, we had watched them earlier preparing the glasses for the tasting. It took several hours for them ready the glasses and trays. Each of the trays cost $19.95 for the tasting, looks like a good money-maker. Must be why they do it several times during the cruise. We thought about it and Fred was the only one who decided to take part. The rest of us ordered drinks. Steve and I got caught taking a short nap. Save
Once on board we made our way to O’Sheehan’s (named after NCL boss Kevin O’Sheehan) to have lunch and to start our 12 days of unlimited drinks. This restaurant served comfort food and had a relaxing atmosphere. We started off with appetizers of chicken wings, fried mozzarella sticks and warm spinach & artichoke dip. Then on to the main course of chicken pot pie, burgers and hot dogs. We finished off with desserts. As we worked our way through the food we also worked our way through the drink menu. As part of our cruise package we got a free Ultimate Beverage Package. This package included any mixed drinks, draft and bottled beers and glasses of wine up to $15 and unlimited fountain soda and juices. It was great!! No slips to sign, melted frozen drinks were replaced by a new one and we tried many different types of drinks …
Sunday morning . . . Time to start our second part of our adventure. Fred, Lupe and Steve started off the day going to Mass at Church of St. Francis of Assisi. Everyone else decided and extra hour of sleep/packing was a good idea. We had breakfast our last time at the Hampton Inn and off we took to the docks in our Uber cars. Upon arriving at the dock the porters took our luggage and then the job of putting our two groups of three together started. We finally connected inside the terminal after going through security which included having our hand luggage x-rayed and walking through a metal detector. Next task was check-in, which included filling out a health form, having our digital photo and our credit card number attached to our key card. The card was used to check on or off the ship at ports, allowing …
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