Comfortably installed in my balcony cabin, I took time to tour the ship and inspect other cabin types.By far my favorite cabin category are the two Spa cabins on deck 9 forward (pictured above). Since there are just two, I recommend booking early to snap one. These are closely followed by the club continent suites… Continue reading London calling – Azamara Pursuit-life aboard
This vesssel' illustrious past includes its original construction as the Renaissance ship #8 with delivery into service coinciding with the company's bankruptcy. After two years of sitting idle in St. Nazaire France, she sailed shortly for Hellenic before joining Princess Cruises as the Pacific Princess. Eventually she was rechristened as MV Adonia with P&O in… Continue reading London calling – Azamara Pursuit continued
After a lovely weekend of inspiration and enjoyment, it is time to focus on the primary reason for my visit to the UK in the first place. I left my hotel and headed back to Heathrow airport for transfers to the port of Southampton to board the Azamara Pursuit. Once aboard, the ship crew welcomed… Continue reading London calling – on board Azamara Club Cruises
What a show! Time flew by with this performance that takes you through her life from being a little girl in Nutbush TN to the star she became by sheer grit and determination against all odds. #Tinathemusical In my assessment, the show strikes the right balance of hardship and domestic abuse to get the audience… Continue reading London calling – Tina I want an encore!
The highlight of the second half of today is the show Tina at the Aldwych Theatre in just a short hour. But before this treat begins, it was time for some Pride - London Pride that is. It has become my favorite ale when in town. Brewed by Fuller's, it has the perfect balance of… Continue reading London calling – Tina is waiting
After torrential rains all Sunday afternoon which altered my room jams a bit, today is a much more pleasant day. Whilst not sunny, at least no downpours. I crossed the Thames from the Strand over to the National Theatre on the South bank and walked east. Moderately crowded as it is a Banking Holiday in… Continue reading London calling – Southbank walk with Tate Modern
After a restful night, I took stock of my first 24 hours in London. I noticed how easy it is for me to exercise when discovering a City is on my to do list. If only it were that easy at home. It is entirely true though, there really is no substitute to walking through… Continue reading London calling – the miles pile up