Our Cabin

3072: home for the next six days.

Number 3072, a Princess Grill grade.

Inside, looking towards the starboard side.

   

Me. Looking towards port in our cabin.
"View from the bridge" is on the TV.

Him. Same view.

 

 

Everynight our beds were turned down by the cabin steward and chocolates left for us both.

Our very own portholes, our windows to the sea, our eyes unto the Atlantic. <ahem> Seriously, more than one night I would get out of bed and watch the ship plow through the rough seas, her wake a frothy white foam as the ship's lights cut into the darkness.

Our cabin was a large and lovely Princess Grill grade on 3 deck with more than ample storage and clothing space, a large and well equipped bathroom, and was very spacious and elegant. There were heavy white terry robes and slippers supplied. The bed was firm and very comfortable with lovely down comforters. The walk-in-closet (one of two closets) provided both a refrigerator/bar and personal safe. Noise was never a problem. There was a dressing table and many mirrors throughout the living space.

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