Friday, July 31, 2008.
A block of ice is sculptured for display at the entrance to the dining room on formal night.
All that for a display in the Rotterdam Dining Room on formal night. On Monday, July 27th, we were having a sea day in the Pacific with heavy seas, so it was Jeannie’s night off to recuperate from sea sickness. This was our assigned “fixed early” table in the dining room and early wasn’t really so early given a four hour Alaska time zone difference. We had another formal night on July 31st when the sculpture from the above photos was used.
Harry and Annie on formal night.
Our assigned Rotterdam table for the week.
On Saturday, August 1st for our last cruise evening, we ate dinner in the Pinnacle Dining Room as the ship passed through College Fjord.
College Fjord and Harvard Glacier from a distance.
A pilot boat guides the cruise ship into the fjord.
Glacial Iceberg with Rock Striations
The Pinnacle Dining Room
A 22oz Porterhouse cooked just right. Mmmmm!
The ship was cruising by Harvard Glacier as we dined.
Le Menu - page 1
Le Menu - page 2
Le Mennu - page 3
Le Menu - page 4
It was a great dinner on our last cruise night.
The glacier views were great from the table.
Harvard Glacier at College Fjord
Harvard Glacier Mountains
Additional Glaciers in College Fjord
Mountains over College Fjord
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