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Dave Koz Travelogue: Saturday - Day 2


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On Board In the sun
On Board In the sun
On Board In the sun
On Board In the sun
On Board In the sun
Broadway Melodies Theater
Broadway Melodies Theater
Broadway Melodies Theater
Broadway Melodies Theater
Broadway Melodies Theater
Broadway Melodies Theater
Centrium
Centrium
Centrium
Saturday: At Sea
Our first sea day, en route from Seattle to the Inside Passage of Alaska. After a lovely in-room breakfast (all cabins have the ability to have breakfast delivered in case you don’t want to get out of bed too early), we were off to a meeting with the Royal Caribbean staff on board to start preparing for our cruise next year…there is SO much to do and plan. Afterwards, they gave us an in-depth tour of the Rhapsody so we could closely inspect the venues/dressing rooms/technical aspects. With 2000 people coming on board with expectations for an amazing week at sea with unreal entertainment—it’s never too early to start the planning…so we jumped right in.
I spent the rest of the afternoon trying to offset the amount of food I was likely going to be eating with a trip to the gym. The Rhapsody has a fully equipped, state of the art workout room that is housed right next to their spa and salon. The spa is beautiful…and every imaginable treatment can be found there from hot rock massage to facials to salt scrubs and the like. Needless to say, this was a part of the ship I got very familiar with!
Dinner in the main dining room for me this particular evening was a delectable seafood brochette followed by a killer chocolate soufflé. Of course I tried everyone else’s meal as well! After dinner we took in the show in the Broadway Melodies Theater…the twin-brother act Nelson happened to be on this cruise and they did a great show in tribute to their late father Ricky Nelson. All I was thinking during the show was how I can’t wait to get OUR shows on that stage! It’s a fantastic venue for live-performance—beautifully appointed and larger than we’ve had on past cruises. Plus every seat is a good one, no poles to obstruct the sight lines. It’s very comfortable too, with individual seats that are roomy and comfy—we will be spending lots of time in this room next year, so that’s a good thing.

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