We had front row seats so all details of the heated glass being twisted and turned, blown and snipped were easily viewed. Three glassblowers from the Corning Museum of Glass demonstrated just how they would implement their vision to create a vase, bowl, and martini glass. The three alternated as glassblower, assistant, and narrator for the audience.
Where were we? Not in the New York location of the Corning Museum of Glass, but in their glassblowing studio on the top deck of the Celebrity Equinox cruise ship.
We didn’t expect so many choices for how to spend our time on the 14-day transatlantic cruise. Here were our top ways to spend a day at sea:
Lisa lectured on topics such as the “History of Spain” and “American Madams” and spiced her talks with plenty of great stories.
We expected to be somewhat entertained on the cruise, but (surprise!) we also learned a bit along the way.
many pleasant surprises on the cruise!
Yes, and our cruise story will continue to unfold.
It sounds like this cruise turned out to be much better than you expected. I like the idea of sitting, reading and watching the ocean pass by.
Your first impression is understandsble.