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Fourteen days is a long time to spend on a boat, even one as large as the Liberty of the Seas. It is 14 stories tall and has 3 dining rooms, a promenade lined with shops, a casino, numerous bars, pools and a sports court including a Flow rider. This creates a constant wave on which to surf or boogie board on. This was incredibly useful in burning all of the calories from all of the eating we did onboard. Food is available 24/7 and there is a lot to try. The best dishes were the balsamic glazed onions, roasted red pepper pesto sauce, beef satays and grilled shrimp with chili sauce. Between the both of us we actually took the entire tray of satays from the buffet line and covered them in peanut and chile sauces. The shrimp were on a Singapore style salad and were done perfectly. We ordered another 20 right then. The good thing is all of this is already payed for as part of the cruise. However, all good things must come to a end.


Posted by CulinarySojourn 14:15

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