S: Cruise to Bermuda 2007
FC: Royal Caribbean Grandeur of the Seas Cruise to Bermuda - November 2007
1: Port of Baltimore Sunday, November 11, 2007
2: Our table assignment
3: Andrew Monday, November 12, 2007
5: Our cabin had an outside view. Above the 2 twin beds were 2 fold down bunk beds which is where Andrew and Patrick slept.
7: The view from the back of the ship.
8: Patrick gets ready for the climb with the help of Ivana who was from Serbia.
9: Andrew makes his way up the wall..... | Monday, November 12, 2007
10: Getting ready for the formal dinner night, Monday, November 12, 2007.
15: Welcome to Bermuda | Cruising to the Royal Naval Dockyard, Tuesday , November 13, 2007. This dockyard was built for the British Navy between 1814 and 1863. It was used as a base to launch a raid on Washington, D.C. by thousands of convicts from prison ships.
17: Tuesday, November 13, arriving at Bermuda.
18: Kings Wharf Bermuda Royal Naval Dockyard | The Clock Tower was built in the 19th century as administration offices for the British Royal Navy.
20: Riding the ferry from the Royal Naval Dockyard bound for Hamilton.
21: Andrew's favorite shoes.
22: Front Street in Hamilton. | Bermudians drive on the left and no car rentals are allowed, leaving mopeds, bikes, taxis, ferries and the cotton-candy pink bus system.
24: Trying on hats in the Astwood Dickinson store in Hamilton.
25: Canadian embassy on Front Street
28: Watching glass being made at the Dockyard Glassworks in Kings Wharf.
30: Snorkel Park Beach
33: The scrapbooking room on board the ship. | Back at the ship, Tuesday, November 13, 2007. | View of the lobby.
36: Breakfast time, Wednesday November 14, 2007.
37: The ship's casino area. | View of the floor near the casino room entrance.
38: Waiting at the Royal Naval Dockyard to board the ferry to Hamilton.
39: Wednesday, November 14, 2007 Andrew on board the ferry viewing our cruise ship in the distance.
41: Visit to the aquarium, November 14, 2007
44: A visit underground to Crystal Caves.
45: Closeup views inside the caves.
47: Crystal caves was discovered in 1905 when two young boys were attempting to retrieve their lost cricket ball. The hole through which the boys entered is still visible. | They are called “ Crystal” because of the crystal clear blue pool of water that occupies it. The water is so clear that its transparency offers a view of the cave floor. In certain points, the cave has a depth of 55 feet below the water surface. Adorning the caves are numerous stalactites and stalagmites formed over several million years. .
48: Heading back to the ship after touring the aquarium and Crystal Caves.
50: Midnight buffet, November 14, 2007
53: The staff celebrating during the midnight buffet event.
54: November 15, 2007 View of elevators from the lobby below.
56: Marah Johnson shows the class how to create a cruise vacation page layout using paper she designed. However, the waves proved to be too rough, and she consequently became seasick as can be seen in the photo on the left.
57: Thursday, November 15th. Rough seas ahead on the trip home . . .
58: Riding out the waves in the cabin. | Andrew and Patrick riding out the waves in the cabin.
60: Saying goodbye to our friendly waiter, "Z".
61: Arriving back in Baltimore, Friday, November 16, 2007.