Thanksgiving Crossing on the Reflection 2012 travel blog

Formal night at the Martini Bar. Joan, Ginny, Mac, Richard

And in Blu at what became known as our table

Marina, our favorite assistant waiter in Blu

These dishes were used in many ways. Tonight it was shrimp cocktail

One ice sculpture at the Brunch in the Opus Restaurant on November...

Life’s short, dessert first

One of our table mates got this little beauty

We thoroughly enjoyed the food on Reflection. The Blu specialty restaurant for Aqua Class was outstanding. And should you want something from the Opus Restaurant they would get it for you. The Aqua Spa Café on deck 14 did not have enough seating area and the variety of food they served wasn’t as great as on the Millennium class ships but the grilled ahi tuna was to die for. We ate several times at the Ocean View Café for breakfast and lunch and one pasta bar dinner, one hamburger at the Mast Grill. Elite class had breakfast in the Tuscan Grill where we could get bellinis, bloody marys and cappuccinos. Breakfast was also served in Blu. We ate lunch once in Bistro on Five for a $5 charge each-good soups and salads and great chocolate crepes for dessert. Though we didn’t eat there, the Porch looked tempting. And if you were still hungry there was always 24 hour a day room service.

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