After about three hours of wondering the ship our cabins were ready for us. This was Holanâ€™s cabin â€“ all the cabins were the same. We had balconies that we used to go room to room with out getting out into the hall.
The bathrooms are small but have lots of storage.
All cabins have flat-screen interactive TV’s, which allows you to book shore tours and entertainment as well as to view your onboard bill.Â On one channel you could check out how crowded the restruants were. There was a handful of national U.S. networks, depending on the ship’s location and news channels (such as CNN, TNT and Fox News). This is how we found out thatÂ Muammar el-Qaddafi had been killed. The Bridge Information channel showed us a map of our location. The red dot shows that we are still in port and the speed also says that we are not moving. The picture in the lower right is what you see from the bridge, which was the port of Ft. Lauderdale.
This channel showed our personal calendar for each day of the week. It was nice to see what time and where your activities are. (Click on the picture to enlarge it and your back button to return here.)
Each night the room steward made up the couch for Samantha. He arranged all of her things just so.