Posted May 04, 2011
A cruise vacation is all about maximizing the time you have to enjoy the many options available to you both on and off the ship. Whether you've got big plans for exploring the onboard activities or you're hurrying to meet your shore excursion, sometimes there's just not enough time to sit down and have a full meal. So what are some of your options for on-the-go dining experiences?
One of the best choices in this regard is the International Cafe, located in the Piazza area of your ship. The International Cafe is all about serving up tasty treats from around the world, and the key is that they're all quick and easy. In the morning, stop by for a fresh selection of Danishes, croissants, muffins and more. For lunch and dinner, you can grab a salad, quiche, panini or other light meal.
There are also plenty of treats served throughout the day. No cruise is complete without trying some of the world-renowned cookies that are served onboard, and baked fresh for the International Cafe every day. What's a cafe without coffee? There's a wide variety of coffees and teas available all day long.
If you're sitting poolside, you might not want to leave your spot when it comes time for lunch. Fortunately, the poolside snack bar is another great option for on-the-go dining. Grab a slice of pizza or enjoy a cooked-to-order hamburger, hot dog, or chicken sandwich.
At the end of the day, when you've finally stopped running around, head down to the Vines Wine and Seafood Bar, available on some ships. Select from a wide menu of the finest wines and pair it with complimentary sushi or seafood tapas. It's the perfect way to relax after a day of fun and adventure.