We were trying to decide between Johnny Rockets or Playmakers for lunch, to use our $50 on board credit. Playmakers won. There wasn't a lot of seating and we had to go to "the back" near the arcade games. Service was slowish. We were worried about the wings being too spicey, even the "not spicey" ones are a little hot, the waiter said. They finally came and after a few, we declared the regular Buffalo ones too spicey. The waiter brought us some more "naked" ones. Along with drinks, I think it came to about $35US. Twenty four wings were $12.
The best part of the lunch was the group behind us. I heard Toronto being mentioned. We realized it was a group of the cast from Hiro. One member was from Toronto. We had a brief chat. They said it was their last performance and their contract was over after this cruise. They highly recommended coming to the performances that day, it's was a more of "highlights" and talking about the cast. We decided to go to the 5:00 show since we were scheduled to see the theater show after dinner. This made us late for dinner, but that's just something that happens.
View from the girls' balcony before going to the show.
Of course they wanted to be right at the front
Crazy high diving. Can you see her?
Cool to see the slack line and other acts during the day.
These harnesses are so cool. Rob and I saw them up close on one of our first 2 cruises when we did a backstage tour.
Look how high they are!
The cast members we saw in the restaurant waved to us and gave us some extra splashes LOL
This was I think an onion "tarte" for a starter. It was very quiche like
Classic Calabrese salad
Don't remember what this was, but it appears to be shrimp on top of something.
Lucy wanted to give the lobster tail a try this time, since she missed it on the last cruise
She said it was okay. Unfortunately, I don't know what the rest of us had. I wonder if this was the night with the coconut shrimp. Oh, we ate so many of those. He just kept bringing us more!
As a special treat for their 50th Anniversary, every table got a little cake.
Our great wait team, Dobrovoj and Andrew
I took this picture of the rules. We were trying to find out where it says "No Glasses". Then it was time to go to the main theater show, "Flight". I had heard you need to sit up on the balcony for the best view.
It was kind of a weird show, going back in time in the history of space travel and flight. Royal Caribbean does phenomenal productions.
Look at this bi-plane "flying" across the theater!
We'd been having a few issues with the room attendant and had a call and visit from the manager. When we got in from the show, this towel animal was there (they no longer do them every night), with a letter explaining our Future Cruise Credit to make up for the difficulties we had.
I think this night was really windy. Was this the night Rob and Lucy went down to the Bionic Bar and tried a whole bunch of drinks? (Mocktails for Lucy). Then she threw up in the night LOL. I've forgotten so much already!