• 24 ultra-luxurious suites, 4 inside cabins, and 4 studios (which I’ll speak too in a different post)
• Specialty restaurant Moderno Churrascaria (Brazilian steakhouse)
• Ship wide wireless internet connectivity
• New carpeting throughout
• Flat screen televisions in all staterooms
• Renovations to the gift shop, photo gallery, art gallery, fitness center, and more
One of my favorite areas on the whole ship was in the aft behind the newly added Moderno Churrascaria. This outdoor covered lounge type area was absolutely perfect to have a drink, enjoy some conversation, and watch Hawaii sail by. There is never a bad sunset in Hawaii and watching it from this location on the ship made it extra special. See the pictures below.
At home I like to get my day off to a healthy start with a kale/spinach smoothie. I was worried how I was going to get my greens on the cruise for breakfast. Well, this is not a problem on the Pride of America! At the buffet they had a juicer I could bring my own ingredients too. So, I grabbed a plate full of spinach (spinach found in the omelet line) and added pineapple and peach each morning for a delicious healthy start. There is a small charge for them to juice for you, $2.50 for a small and $3.50 for a large.
We ate at two of the specialty dining restaurants; Teppanaki and La Cucina. Teppanaki is the most popular specialty restaurant so if you want to dine here, be sure to make your reservations early. It’s an entertaining way to eat so if you are into that sort of thing, go for it! The food and entertainment were great. I am gluten free so I really put La Cucina (Italian) to the test which I will go into more detail in a different blog post. I heard many comments on how exceptional ‘Cagney’s Steakhouse’ was. I hope to try that restaurant on my next NCL cruise. Please see below for the menu for Teppanaki.
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