Ask anyone what they most love about the ship, and you’re likely to hear “Central Park.’’
This is a serene garden open to the skies in the middle of ship, flanked by a few upmarket shops (including the first Coach at sea) and eateries (the specialty restaurant 150 features a mouth-watering tasting menu that looks well worth the $35 upcharge.)
A pergola twined with bougainvillea lines one side, “living’’ walks of plants line cabin balconies in the mid-section. Skylights protrude into the garden, allowing light to spill on the promenade below. The Riding Tides levitating bar slides between the two levels.
Above all, it’s just a soothing – and beautiful – place to hang out. We'll post pix...when we've got more time. So much to see!