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You can see all of my videos from our cruise under my cruise playlist. We at at Chops Grille Johnny Rockets Main Dinning Room Giovanni's Table We traveled with Royal Caribbean on the Independence of the Seas. WWW.Royalcaribbean.com SUBSCRIBE! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtFUI5Kw6QFkEHg6H0NrLLA I love to write back! Snail Mail- Mrs. Erica E. P.O. BOX 851624 Mobile, Al. 36685-1624 I also have a coordinating blog post to go with each at: www.Ericasrunningjourney.blogspot.com Find me in other places- Blog: http://www.ericasrunningjourney.blogspot.com Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ericaelia/ Instagram: http://instagram.com/mrs.blessed101/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Ericaschannel?ref=hl Email: Ericaelia74@gmail.com Snapchat: Mrs.blessed101 I'm a lifestyle blogger and work full time in the professional world. I blog and vlog in my spare time--would love your support by subscribing! I love life and enjoy trying new things and sharing! I use the Canon G7X and love it! Subscribe for more!
For further information about the Serenade of the Seas and its cruises, please visit http://www.dreamlines.com.au The Serenade of the Seas set out on her maiden voyage on 10 March 2001. It is one of the four ships in Royal Caribbean's Radiance Class. 2501 passengers can expect a wide variety of entertainment and recreational opportunities across 13 decks. On board is a great selection of cabins. Sofa, flat screen TV, bathroom with tub - that and much more can be found in the suites. The outside and inside cabins are, however, somewhat simpler. On the pool deck at the rear of the ship passengers can climb on the high seas with the whole family! Shoes, helmets and safety harnesses are available on site. Being 60 meters above sea on the climbing wall, guarantees a fantastic view. Those who want to do something a bit more relaxing can get comfortable on a lounger under the sun, or enjoy what's offer at the Vitality Spa. This rest area on deck 11 is reserved for adults. The tanning beds, hot tubs and pools are located within a large glass dome, so that passengers can relax here in any weather. Directly next door is the gym. In the modern work out area is all the equipment needed to keep in shape whilst on holiday. Classes, such as Pilates and kickboxing, are available for those who prefer to stay active in a group. Additionally, there is the opportunity to play volleyball and basketball. Following the many adventures of the day, the time will eventually come, when passengers need to refuel. Try the steak restaurant Chops Grill and the Italian specialty restaurant, Portofino. It's recommended that guests book a table in time as these restaurants are very popular. In the evenings there are several options to have fun on board. Under no circumstances should the performances in the theatre be missed. With outstanding stars and singers, passengers would be forgiven for thinking they were on Broadway. Be enchanted and enjoy a fantastic holiday on the Serenade of the Seas! Learn more about cruises aboard the Serenade of the Seas on http://www.dreamlines.com.au
Embarkation Day lunch in the Windjammer Cafe, on the Serenade of the Seas, Royal Caribbean cruise ship. We were on a 7N cruise out of Copenhagen to the Baltic Seas. We sail on the Royal Caribbean Serenade of the Seas 7N Baltic Seas cruise out of Copenhagen Denmark, sailing to Stockholm (Sweden), Tallin (Estonia), St Petersburg (Russia) and Helsinki (Finland). Launched in 2003, the Serenade of the Seas is a retrofitted Radiance class cruise ship. We stayed in a gorgeous Family Oceanview cabin 1054 and had a wonderful time. Follow my cruise critic review - http://boards.cruisecritic.com/showthread.php?t=2367291
Check out the dinner entrees plus menus that Royal Caribbean has to offer at the Main Dining Rooms (MDR), appetizers, main entrees & desserts. There are over 85+ items total in this photo slideshow, along with sample menus, including a kids' menu as well. If you'd like you can jump right to the menus at 6:02. If you are a vegetarian there were quite a few nice choices. These particular dishes were from our December 2016 cruise aboard the Allure of the Seas, but were very comparable to the ones we experienced aboard the Oasis & Explorer of the Seas. Some of the yummiest dishes were: * Almond Crusted Fried Brie * Aged Hand-Cut Manhattan Strip Steak * Arachini * Braised Beef Duo * Broiled Lobster Tail * Chicken Cordon Bleu * Chicken Marsala * Garlic Tiger Shrimp * Horseradish-Crusted Fillet of Alantic Salmon * Low-Fat Warm Apple Strudel * Moist Almond Chocolate Cake * Shrimp Gyoza * Smoked Duck Breast Aboard the Allure, complimentary fine dining dinner is served at the American Icon Grill, The Grande and Silk- they sit on top of one another and all have the same food. Enjoy! Please fee free to write a comment and if you have any questions we are more than happy to answer! See our other new Royal Caribbean food videos: Breakfast at various venues: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9sjAaGVJ7vY Lunch at the Main Dining room (for sea days only): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DuCfQzl_e1c Lunch Buffet: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jkmpIEN2mkA The Dinner Buffet @ Windjammer Marketplace: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fvo40u5_c8U
This video shows you some of the food available in the Windjammer Cafe on board the Serenade of the Seas for dinner. We had dinner at Izumi speciality restaurant earlier this evening - https://youtu.be/E7mnarUKNi4 but came to Windjammer for some dessert. We got crepes as well as waffles! We sail on the Royal Caribbean Serenade of the Seas 7N Baltic Seas cruise out of Copenhagen Denmark, sailing to Stockholm (Sweden), Tallinn (Estonia), St Petersburg (Russia) and Helsinki (Finland). Our sailing was late May 2016. Launched in 2003, the Serenade of the Seas is a retrofitted Radiance class cruise ship. We stayed in a gorgeous Family Oceanview cabin 1054 and had a wonderful time. Follow my cruise critic review - http://boards.cruisecritic.com/showthread.php?t=2367291