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Vintage Cruise
Norwegian Getaway January 29, 2017 ( or January 29, 1955 )
Donald Duck Cola made it on the Norwegian ship. He got his picture around the ship. Donald Duck soft drinks were the first sodas to be produced by General Beverages, Inc. of Chattanooga, Tennessee in 1952, the year and place Ray was born. So we just had to get one of the bottles.
Joanie looking so lovely in one of the restaurants. We stopped by all of them on that deck. So much fun exploring when places aren’t occupied.
This room had some nice old prints on the wall of Key West, Florida. It makes you want to travel more.
Some of the rooms had a awesome chairs and tables. I love the stripes on the chairs. They looked vintage with the cream and brown colors.
This room had some nice pictures of a New York street. They were nice and big also. Do you remember the little end table that were round in your house?
This restaurant had great seating both outside and inside. Lots of wine bottles. What kind would you like he asked? Everything was all set for the evening dinner. The crew said come on in and take some photos.
A friend of ours works as a PR representative for MSC cruise line, so we just had to get picture for her.  Their cruise ship docked next to ours at one of the ports.
Found this phone booth in Miami at our hotel. Should have gotten more pictures of it. Most of them on McGuire AFB in the 1980’s were very old and all wood. They also still had the Bell telephone cast iron logo on the booth. I should have taken that off when I had the chance, before they removed the phone booths.
You just don’t know what animal you’re going to get in your room at the end of the day. Don’t you dare drink my Donald Duck Cola now!
The views from the decks can be fabulous.  Sometimes being outside and just watching the sea is calming.  We enjoy being out in the air, sometimes feeling a little spray from the waves as we skim over the water.
Some of the cruises offer cupcake decorating classes.  It’s fun to watch, and to see the style of cupcake they will be featuring on that particular day.
© vintagedapperday.com 2016, 2017
Vintage Cruise
Norwegian Getaway January 29, 2017 ( or January 29, 1955 )
Donald Duck Cola made it on the Norwegian ship. He got his picture around the ship. Donald Duck soft drinks were the first sodas to be produced by General Beverages, Inc. of Chattanooga, Tennessee in 1952, the year and place Ray was born. So we just had to get one of the bottles.
Joanie looking so lovely in one of the restaurants. We stopped by all of them on that deck. So much fun exploring when places aren’t occupied.
This room had some nice old prints on the wall of Key West, Florida. It makes you want to travel more.
Some of the rooms had a awesome chairs and tables. I love the stripes on the chairs. They looked vintage with the cream and brown colors.
This room had some nice pictures of a New York street. They were nice and big also. Do you remember the little end table that were round in your house?
This restaurant had great seating both outside and inside. Lots of wine bottles. What kind would you like he asked? Everything was all set for the evening dinner. The crew said come on in and take some photos.
A friend of ours works as a PR representative for MSC cruise line, so we just had to get picture for her.  Their cruise ship docked next to ours at one of the ports.
Found this phone booth in Miami at our hotel. Should have gotten more pictures of it. Most of them on McGuire AFB in the 1980’s were very old and all wood. They also still had the Bell telephone cast iron logo on the booth. I should have taken that off when I had the chance, before they removed the phone booths.
You just don’t know what animal you’re going to get in your room at the end of the day. Don’t you dare drink my Donald Duck Cola now!