Regent Seven Seas Voyager Cruise Blog Day 3

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Regent Seven Seas Voyager Cruise Blog Day 3

Day 3 - Amsterdam

Today I had a quick breakfast in Coffee Connections - here they have cereal, fruit, yoghurt and pastries.

At 9am our tour departed - today it was the "Anne Frank Museum and City Tour". We had luxury coaches (that were not full, so plenty of space) and our guide spoke excellent English. He gave a detailed description of this fabulous city with many canals and stories; most people use bicycles here as it is very flat however we were told that there is a problem with them being stolen, but if a local loses theirs they just take someone else’s, and if you are lucky you will be able to buy your bike back from a market stall! This is called recycling!

Amsterdam

Amsterdam

If you ever visit Amsterdam I recommend you visit the Anne Frank Museum, it really brings her moving book to life. This afternoon back on board Seven Seas Voyager I went to a Top Tosser competition! It was hosted by one of the dancers, it was interesting to chat to him, it seems they each do games and competitions every six days. I didn’t win but you get a Regent award for attending, and these can be exchanged for Regent gifts at the end of the cruise. It was a fun game with the other passengers and I managed to win enough awards to get a t shirt and a bookmark!

Observation Lounge

Observation Lounge

Afternoon Tea was in the Observation Lounge on deck 11, complete with panoramic views, and comfortable cream leather chairs, all beautiful accompanied by guitarist Oleh from the orchestra. As a Coeliac I can’t eat any gluten so was very impressed that I was given a selection of gluten free mini filled rolls, chocolate brownies and a delicious (hot) pot of English breakfast tea.

Dinner was at another speciality restaurant called "Sette Mari". You don’t require a reservation and they will seat you when you arrive. It is an Italian themed restaurant - first is an assortment of Anti Pasti, choice of soup, or you can make your own choice from the self-serve salad bar. I had a delicious tomato soup followed by a pasta course and then on to a good selection of Entree. I had a nice creamy Creme Brûlée for dessert.

For tonight’s entertainment we saw the first of three production shows, a very talented company of 13 comprising of two excellent dance couples, three singers and six dancers. They performed a Broadway themed show with songs from The Book of Mormon, Cinderella, Mamma Mia the Jersey Boys etc.

Horizon Lounge

Horizon Lounge

To finish the evening off we went for a cocktail in the Horizon Lounge where a five piece band lead by a saxophonist, played a variety of music.

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