since this has really been my favorite cruise after all so many that I have taken. Last week, I showed you the Boardwalk. Today I will show Central Park and the spectacular ice show and some high tech features. The Central Park is on the 8th Deck and with its 12,000 plants and trees planted, it truly is a natural haven. It is made out of various high end restaurants, bars and shops.
One of the shops located here is Coach, which we frequently visited. Too bad, they did not have any good sale items. They also have an art gallery and the Park Cafe where you can eat for free anytime, cafeteria style.
Central Park by Night
Now, I will take you to Studio B, where the ice skating arena is. We watched the most spectacular show of all, a rendition of Hans Christian Andersen's works, portrayed through ice skating and dancing. The Russian skaters were truly amazing.
Do you recognize AJ? Yep, she was so excited to be picked and be part of the show. This was the second time John and she watched the show. They wanted to watch it again because it was so good, it definitely deserved a second look. As for me, I stayed in the cabin watching TV and getting entertained. I'll tell you more about that next week.
And now for my Pink Sat. contribution. The dancers all looked adorable in their pink tutus.
If you have been on a cruise before, then you have experienced being in a crowd looking for your pictures, going from rack to rack. At Oasis of the Seas, you do not have to do that. Your pictures are all organized in a single portfolio so all you have to do is pull it out, look at your photos and buy whichever you want. There were no crowd nor lines at all. The number of your portfolio is listed on your Sail and Sign card. If you want to order any prints, just go into one of those computer terminal that are all over the photo shop, view your photos, select which ones you want and order right from there. How convenient is that?