I thought that before I take you to all the places we visited that I would share a few photographs of the ‘Lord Byron’.
I didn’t make a planned set, just a few here and there. However the ones I have chosen come to a dozen and I could have added more but felt this was enough for now!
This is the end of our corridor with restaurant down the steps and reception and lounge up the steps. A picture taken in the lounge. Almost every time there was a briefing meeting there, Catherine and I would be among the last to arrive and end up sitting on stools at the bar!
Now up on deck.
I had to photograph the ship’s bell. So bright and shiny like the whole of the ship. I don’t understand if the ship could be kept so clean why the NHS can’t do the same. [When I was in hospital, years ago I was surprised to see how much fluff there was under the bed. And I don’t think things have improved!]
Now up on the sun deck. They had a huge chess set. I couldn’t resist taking a picture of this little guy! There was also a putting green and a splash pool. We had a dip in here on the hottest day. They even provided clean towels in a Really Useful box. And to end I couldn’t resist taking this picture. They must have blown in when we were near the shore.