Don’t let anyone tell you differently…vacations rock!
And when it’s the first non-working vacation you’ve had in say, forever, it’s that much sweeter.
Bermuda was the destination of choice, via Celebrity Cruises. And for those of you who are contemplating a cruise, I’m on record as saying, Celebrity does it right.
Take a little stroll if you like…
No matter what you’re doing, when you notice the Statue of Liberty and lower Manhattan in the background, you stop for a moment and appreciate it.
“I’m On A Boat!” (rapped to the Saturday Night Live parody).
Home away from home for three days.
Interior of the Royal Navy Shipyard. (Fun Fact: Bermuda is still a territory of Great Britain. It’s governor is chosen by the United Kingdom.
Hamilton is the capital of Bermuda…and all 67,000 or so of its citizens. Very stately building!
Juggling in the Atlantic. Kings Point, just north of the northernmost point of the Bermuda Triangle. Yeah…the Larry Juggling road show takes to the sea!
Each sunset was crazy good in its own way.
Possibly the photo least in need of color filtering…ever.
St. George’s, on the northeastern most tip of the island. Like visiting a fantasy movie set, though people actually live there.
“Disco Shrimp” at QSine, one of the ship’s very imaginative restaurants.
And this…morel and truffle risotto. One of the best things I’ve ever eaten.
This was just a pretty evening. Very glad the camera caught it the way it did.
Verrazano-Narrows Bridge. Connects Staten Island to New Jersey. What I woke up to on the final day of the cruise. It wasn’t subtropical paradise, but it was good to be home.
So…back to work, which isn’t really work, because most of the time it’s so much freakin’ fun.
Here’s imagining the same lifestyle for you! And creating it together, if you like.
Been on any fun vacations recently?
Any trips you’d love to take and are working on making reality?
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