Our 10 days has flown.
Our time together at sea is ending. But boy what a time we’ve had.
How the children have kept going is amazing – though I think we are all tiring after the ten days of activities and eating and drinking.
We had the usual ‘sail away’ drinks to farewell Toulon.
We hadn’t been to Toulon before and spent a few hours wandering the narrow French streets window shopping. It’s a big port and has the usual yachts clanging providing a water soundtrack for the bars lining the port.
There is a good looking Opera House and some interesting street murals.
The markets were on. Mostly fruit and veg looking so good it makes you want to cook.
And the flowers.
Back on board via the shuttle boat – we were about 20 mins away from the downtown Marina, in time for sail-away drinks.
Then it was pack up, as bags are deposited outside the room tonight to make it a quick disembarkation tomorrow.
Our last dinner we had on the outside deck right at the back of the ship. Really lovely.
Then a peak at the Voice of the Ocean – complete with turning chairs. A lady from California won sinking “My Way”! An oldie but a goodie.
And so to bed for the last time on the Royal Princess.
3 thoughts on “Farewell to Cruising”
Brilliant photos Fran. Glad that you, Steve and family have enjoyed your time on the Royal Princess.
Once again a super day of sights and sounds… and, no doubt, food. A great family shared experience. Bx😇
What wonderful memories for Marg!