Royal Caribbean ALLURE OF THE SEAS - Day 2 - Nassau, Bahamas

Day 2 of our 7 Night Eastern Caribbean Cruise out of Fort Lauderdale, Florida aboard the beautiful Allure of the Seas! Today we are in Nassau, Bahamas!

Since we’ve been to Nassau years ago and visited Atlantis, we decided to just take a walk along the main shopping street and buy few souvenirs. Even though it was November, it was hot out. We planned to walk to the nearest beach but decided to go back. We were still overwhelmed by our new surroundings and wanted to stay and enjoy our beautiful ship and take a dip in the pool or spa. Plus we had Formal Night and Oceanaria Aqua show to get ready for.

Atlantis



Bahamas

When we were booking a cruise, we have seen all the specialty restaurants listed and thought maybe we need to get those. Would be a huge mistake. The food on board is abound, you just can’t eat it all. There are so many casual places throughout the ship. The Windjammer Marketplace is Allure’s largest casual buffet restaurant with an amazing selection! We had dinner there the first night since we hit rough seas and it was a shaky experience. Didn’t feel like dressing up for dinner that evening. The Windjammer was GREAT! We ate there each morning and lunch!

I’m missing that place in real life. It was just so convenient to get up, go few floors up and enjoy all that food and fabulous views outside! 

 

We Clean Up Well!

The dinner was Fabulous, the ambiance, the service, the presentation! We loved it! Unfortunately, we kind of booked the show too close to dinner and were in a hurry to eat and have enough time to walk to the Aqua Theater. The Oceanaria show was canceled shortly after it started due to rough seas and rescheduled for a later day, which we did see!

A piece of advice: book Aqua Theater show as early in the cruise as you can as it can sometimes be canceled due to weather or rough seas – if you book early in the week, you can catch a later show.



Allure of the Seas Formal Night dress

Tomorrow we’ll be in Labadee, Haiti or as my son lovingly called it: “Labadee – Laba-to-die-for”! He was right, I’ll never forget that Paradise! Stay tuned…..

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