After four days of cruising, Ryan and I arrived in Tampa this morning.
We’re heading back work today, but I wanted to get a quick post up to tell you guys a bit about the wonderful conclusion to our honeymoon.
Once our luggage was delivered to our room, we unpacked and walked around the ship to orient ourselves with our floating home for the next four days.
Since I am a huge planner, I immediately paged through the itinerary for the day and saw that a sushi booth opened up in the early evening. We headed over to the sushi booth before dinner to sample some of the goods.Since Ryan and I have both been on several cruises before (they’re a really cheap way to travel when you live in Florida and can book last-minute cruises), we were both pretty excited for dinner.
I won’t take you guys though every meal on the cruise because there were a billion and that would likely make you die of boredom, so we’ll fast forward to our second day on the ship and cover dinner on the cruise’s “formal night.”
On the second night, I began my meal with the pumpkin soup appetizer which I didn’t photograph. Ryan and I also ordered the shrimp cocktail. For my main course, I opted for the tiger shrimp and lobster with mashed potatoes and parmesan broccoli. It was good, but to be totally honest, the lasagna I ordered on the first night was better. Here’s a picture of the cheesy lasagna for good measure. For dessert on the formal night, I opted for the cherries jubilee, which was served with creamy vanilla ice cream.
Aren’t they adorable?
And now it’s time to return to normalcy. Back to work!
See ya a little later for Part Two of our honeymoon cruise.