I mentioned in my previous post that I'd just returned from a cruise, and this one was different from the ones I've previously taken with my husband. For one thing, this time he didn't go with me. For another, there was a large group of quilters, and we took classes during our at-sea days. And, finally, we were on the largest ship I've ever been on, Royal Caribbean's Oasis of the Seas. It was an amazing ship, and I finally had to skip one of the three scheduled classes in order to see more of it. LOL!
This old-fashioned car, complete with teddy-bear driver and passenger, greeted us in one of the many "common areas" — this was the Royal Promenade, but there were also others, like Central Park and the Boardwalk.
This is a piece of what was visible in the Central Park area. This photo was taken looking down from the swimming pool area. Can you see that some of the balcony cabins overlook the interior of the ship, rather than the ocean? Mine was ocean-side, but these looked nice, too.
This is a ground-level view of the same area.