Serious addiction…to cruising!
As soon as I finished my first cruise this past spring, I knew going on cruises was going to be my vacation of choice. Not only is it an affordable way to visit new places, but the level of care you are given on a cruise ship is hard to match anywhere else. Everywhere you look there is someone to take care of your every need. From a room steward who makes fun towel animals for you each night to a waiter who remembers your name and your drink of choice every evening, you are well taken care of.
I booked my second cruise less than a week after getting off my first cruise. I'll be leaving in less than two weeks and can't wait to share my pictures and experiences with you on this blog when I get back!
I just got an email today that had an article called, "How to Cure Post-Cruise Depression". I didn't even have to read the article because I have already figured out my own personal cure, which is to have another cruise booked before I get back from my next one!
Originally I booked a 5-night cruise for February 2015 on the Liberty of the Seas, which is the first ship I sailed on. But then I kept reading reviews on Cruise Critic that got me thinking about how I might want to check out a bigger class of ship, specifically either Royal Caribbean's Allure of the Seas or the Oasis of the Seas.
Today I took the plunge and changed my reservation on the 5-night cruise to a 7-night Eastern Caribbean cruise on Oasis of the Seas (pictured above). Ever since changing my reservation I have been looking at Google images of the ship and there were so many amazing pictures that I knew I had to share them. I also found a great YouTube video that you can check out if you are interested.
So here are some of the incredible pictures I found of Oasis of the Seas:
Doesn't this ship look amazing? I am so excited that I will have 7 days to explore all she has to offer! I would like to say that this will be my room...
…but seeing as how the Sky Loft Suite with Balcony runs $13k for this cruise, I'll have to settle for an interior instead! I could honestly be sleeping in a broom closet for all I care, I'm just excited to be on this amazing ship!
I am sure that a ship this size can be overwhelming and I probably won't be able to see every single thing there is to see. If you've been on Oasis or Allure and you have some must-see or must-do ideas, please let me know!
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My name is Beth and I live in Denver. I am a single lady in my 30's and wanted to start sharing my awesome and amazing life through a blog.