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MustCruise

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Grandson of a Sea Captain and Naval Architect the sea is in my blood

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Oasis of the Seas

Oasis of the Seas

Sail Date: August 24, 2013

A very special adventure

No matter how many curises you have been on the Oasis of the Seas in a very special not to be missed adventure on the hight seas. So many venues and specialty restaurants. So much to do in so little time. From activities to just kicking back and relaxing this cruise is not to be missed. If you love to swim or just soak in a t tub all of the numerous pools onboard are fresh water pools. For sports activities would you belive Ice skating, surfing and rock climbing all on board or join in a game on the basketball court. Great activities for the kids and grandkids. While we have cruised before, this is the first time we ever treated ourselves to a Grand Suite. Two reasons. We never spend alot of time in our cabins. We always looked at the price of the cruise. The thing is, they never really tell you much amount the amenities that go with the suite. Talk about feeling like royalty, A private quiet club where you can order breakfast and lunch from a menu in a quite setting away fromn the madding crowds. Then there are free drinks and hor dourves from 5 to 8 each evening. Reserved seating for shows. A private deck area with padded lounge chairs. I could go on and on. Try it! You'll like it! Worth the added price. If you want to learn more about cruise ships and get a chance take the limited access tour. It is worth the price to see the inner workings of a cruise ship. I could go on and on but could never really cover it all. Sail the Oasis you will never forget it.

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Oasis of the Seas

Oasis of the Seas

Buy the custom dining restaurant package. Try the 18-oz Porterhouse Steak at Chops or the Ossa Bucca at Geovanni's. If you like to eat healthy try the Solarium Restaurant or Sushi at the Japanese restaurant. Cruised on smaller ships this is different and "All Everything" adventure.

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