Thanks to Eurodam‘s Human Resources Manager Clerk Andre Yosrizal, who took these scenic shots of a park in Kiel, Germany.
Thanks to guest Wendy London for letting us join in on her vacation aboard Prinsendam. This post is out of order but too good not to share. Some of the details found below were taken from the ship’s daily program. Let’s face it. Transiting a canal can be like watching paint dry. A couple of… read more of “Cruise Diary: Kiel…”
Thanks to Niño L. Lagare, Eurodam‘s second electrician, for sending in this great photo from Warnemunde, Germany. From photography to poetry, Niño is a man of many talents! A Poem from Germany By Niño L. Lagare Lay down in the sand Ice cold beer in the hand A Tower at the back As I watch… read more of “A Poem from…”
We invited our Facebook fans to share with us their favorite “color”-ful HAL travel snaps. Here are some of the stunning entries. Thanks to all for sharing!
I took this picture of the Prinsendam during our Baltic Explorer cruise on July 9, 2011. We were on our tour bus on our way to the Brunsbuttel Port at the west end of the Kiel Canal to get back on the ship. We had disembarked earlier in the morning at the Kiel Port at… read more of “HAL Mariner…”
Special thanks to Eurodam’s Culinary Operations Manager Jonathan Lewis for sharing these photos from the ship’s recent themed event during its call at Warnemunde, Germany. The Eurodam had its first call of the season at Warnemunde on May 25 and the culinary department held a large beerfest-themed barbecue dinner in the Lido area midship. The… read more of “It’s Beerfest…”
The day began with a 5:15 a.m. wake-up call, a quick bite, and off to the train to begin a fast and furious spectacular day of exploring Berlin Highlights. We visited a number of key government buildings, synagogues, churches and education centers. We took some time to experience a real, nice “hometown lunch” in Maximilian’s… read more of “Cruise Diary:…”