Sunday, April 24, 2011

A restful Easter day at sea

After a day of touring yesterday (see how the Marina welcomed the shore excursion people back to the ship – complete with band, receiving line, applause and waiters offering cold beverages):
we wanted to make Easter Sunday a day of rest. So, we slept until 10:30 (not by plan) and decided to enjoy our next port , Amalfi, from the ship:
The view was available from the Terrace where we enjoyed a delicious lunch…
of almost-healthy mahi-mahi, parrot fish and grilled veggies (OK, that’s tiramisu in the back)….
and also from our private deck.
After a two-hour nap, it’s onto the private winemaker’s dinner with the “Food and Wine” group.  A happy Easter, indeed. We’re feeling blessed.


Carol Starr Schneider said...

Parrot fish? What up with that? Gorgeous pix. Virtual fun for the SJG.


Lunch looks yummy. And the views spectacular.

Marguerite said...

Fabulosity, BG. The Amalfi coast is on my bucket list. As for us, went to mass at Notre Dame cathedral, had lunch in the Latin quartier, wandered the back streets of the 6th arrondismont then back to hotel for a 3hr nap. Happy Easter

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