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The Rest of the Cruise and Going Home


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I did not take many photos of the last day - we had breakfast in the dining room and I had the Eggs Benedict without the ham

Eggs Benedict without the ham


We had lunch in the main dining room and Bob had just a big plate of shrimp
Bob's lunch

Bob's lunch


and ice cream. I had a nice
Lunch casserole

Lunch casserole


and a little bit of salad that I put some shrimp on
Chopped salad with shrimp

Chopped salad with shrimp


and a chocolate pudding/cookie bar (I didn't write down what they called it)
Lunch dessert

Lunch dessert


At dinner I had the
Coconut shrimp appetizer

Coconut shrimp appetizer


and for dessert,
Bread pudding with coffee ice cream

Bread pudding with coffee ice cream


but I don't remember what I had as the main course. Then my daughter actually reserved Conference room B and we went and played Mexican train dominoes.
Granddaughter's photo of Mexican train dominoes in Conference room B

Granddaughter's photo of Mexican train dominoes in Conference room B


I got an email that I would have my OBC for owning stock applied to my account but I did not get the credit.

We got our luggage tags and were #1 - why I do not know as we had no deadline to meet. We got the disembarkation instructions which were that we were to go to deck 6 and wait for our time to be called, but I was not going to do that - it is too hard to get and elevator at disembarkation. So about 7, we loaded all our hand luggage on the scooter with me, and we went to breakfast (on deck 4). Our daughters families got there first and so when we got there we went to the table where they had saved us a place. I had an omelet. Service was pretty slow.

Our daughter had packed her room key card in the jeans she was wearing yesterday so she did not have a card to show. She went to guest services and they said it was too late to get another card, to just get off without it.

The dis-embarkation screen on the TVs was totally and completely confusing. It had a listing of all the numbers and projected times, and then there was a box at the bottom which said it was the numbers that had been called. On Wednesday night, the night before we got to the port, they listed all the numbers as having been called. If you had not looked at the screen until Thursday morning, you would think that all the numbers had been called and you could get off. But that was not true....

So about 8:00 they were still calling all the self-assist people. Our number was scheduled to get off at 8:15, so we left the dining room slowly and went slowly to the library which is on deck 4 where we were getting off. In a few minutes, they called numbers one and two, and we went and got in line.

When I got to the place to show the set-sail card, the lady in front of me did not have hers. And I was basically stuck behind her waiting. Bob went to the other side to have his card swiped so he got off more quickly than I did.

We got down to the terminal - it was raining a tiny bit. We found our suitcases and Bob took both our rolling bags and my granddaughter (who was going with us) and I followed him to where he had parked the car. We were home by about 11

June 14-15

Our son and daughter came down and helped us out doing some cleaning up and chores around the house. And then on the 19th, my granddaughter A. set off for France

Posted by greatgrandmaR 15:27 Archived in USA

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