We headed up to New York to stay for a day and a night before we headed out on our cruise. New York was overwhelming for me, especially because we were staying in the centre of Times Square. This girl is use to an Okie-paced life and being plonked firmly into the hussle of Time Square had my head spinning!
We took in some sights and sampled the cuisine...
and after a night in New York, we boarded our cruise ship and set sail. My wonderful (and detail loving) husband put in a lot more behind the scenes research and chose our cabin aboard the cruise ship so that it was in fact:
1: On the right side of the ship sailing out for us to get a wonderful view of Ms Liberty from our balacony on board
2: One floor away from the food, pool and kids club!
Yes he is the perfect man for me (I, who is not usually concerned with such details) and exactly the type of guy you want to be designing your aircraft!!
Our cabin was wonderful - the balcony made sleeping with our children for the whole trip complete do-able. We were able to wear them out during the day, put them to bed and go and sit on our balcony with the door closed and have a beer (and plan for our next days activities!)