Caduceus crew on the move - our second Atlantic crossing
A little larger than last time we crossed the
It certainly solved the problem of how to get our excess baggage across the pond.
Not having ever travelled on a liner or cruise ship before, the Queen Elizabeth was quite an experience. We managed to pack all our lumber in our cabin (cruise speak – stateroom) with only one box not hidden away. A couple of photographs may give an idea of the bygone era opulence that has been recreated on the ship.
The central lobby viewed looking aft and forward.
The catering was of a
high standard and it would have been a shame to waste (waist?) the
experience. Here is
May form part of a weight reduction program, only to be undertaken after seeking advice from you general practitioner.
We thoroughly enjoyed the
on board entertainment, music, lectures, dancing and even took part in a talent
show. The crossing to
All too soon, 6 days, we
arrived in a very drizzly
We were in
It was then all aboard
for the final two days to
And continued to enjoy the very varied entertainment.
Leaving the ship in