After enjoying our lunch, my daughter and I arrived at our stateroom (8279) which was very conveniently located near (but not at) the midship elevator and separated by nicely designed walls to eliminate any chance of noise. It is a standard Celebrity Solstice-class stateroom, but with a very large balcony angled so that we have a great view both to port and aft. As it started to rain heavily, we decided to just chill out on our balcony while we waited for our luggage to arrive. Because the balcony was so deep we were easily able to sit out, recline the back of our chairs and wonder if this is going to be Spring Break Part Deux (as last year it rained virtually every day).
|My Standard Veranda Stateroom on the Celebrity Silhouette |
(the sofa and desk areas are not shown)
|My Celebrity Silhouette balcony has to be at least five times the size |
of the balcony on a standard veranda stateroom on the Royal Princess.
|The view from my balcony looking astern.|
|The standard Celebrity Silhouette bathroom|
|Celebrity sent my daughter some chocolate covered strawberries|
A nice touch!
|The Royal Princess. And, yes, the giant television is that bright. |
This photo is not retouched...I promise.
|Princess, you were right. I won't ever use my balcony. |
I mean this looks like such a waste of time, doesn't it?