In the mornings, breakfast was available in the Lido, on Deck 11. The actors were organised to eat with the fans on some mornings, but they ate with us every morning.
Suzie Plakston gossiping with people.
and Wil Wheaton.
My table for the evening meal. We were a bit bigger than the average table, as we combined with another. We were also a bit noisy, and tended to be the last to leave. After the meal there was some sort of performance in the theater, or we could go to the disco for dancing or karaoke. Or we could go to bed!
This cruise did not have the big dessert spectacular of previous years, which seemed a great waste of food, but there was a lesser one: