Dinner was delectable in the Four Seasons Dining Room. It’s one of the two, main dining rooms included in the cruise price. Not formal but a little more impressive that the buffet or the bars that offer food. A nice 3-4 course menu which offers appetizers, soups and salads, entrees and, of course, dessert. We felt it our duty, nay obligation, to have 3 courses each. And wine. It hurt me a little, but I powered through.
Side note - I had included in my cruise package a “drink supplement” if you will. Meaning all alcohol was included in the price already so no additional charges. EXCEPT for while in Port of Seattle – we had to pay the tax on any drink. (eyeroll)
We departed Seattle about 5:00 pm on Monday and had dinner shortly thereafter. After dinner, I thought I’d run right up to the Spinnaker lounge and enjoy the sunset. HA HA HA HA! I was a little tired, still on Colorado time and I believe the sun finally set about 10:15pm. The photo is the closest I could come and I was sleeping quite well by sunset so I missed it. But I thoroughly enjoyed the cover band playing there and the view was amazing. One of the things I loved about the Spinnaker was their gallery of Cuban art in and around it. Brought back some great memories of my trip to Cuba several years ago.
Join me when next we run through our first full day on the ship. Thanks for your comments and suggestions - I appreciate the feedback!