Silver Spirit Cruise Photos
At sea -- ship tour (3)
Just down the corridor from our suite was one of several on Silver Spirit. There' s no charge to use the self-service laundries, and detergent is free. The laundromats also have ironing boards and steam irons.
In the on Deck 7, passengers can borrow books, DVDs, and magazines on the honor system. The Library also has a cluster of PCs and an assortment of daily newspapers in several languages. (The newspapers are downloaded by satellite and printed on board)
Aft of the Library is , which is a buffet restaurant at breakfast and lunch.
At dinnertime, La Terrazza becomes a specialty restaurant
with table service and a varied Italian menu that normally changes at least once
during the voyage. Reservations are recommended, but there's no surcharge.
This gold service plate reflects La Terrazza's elegant atmosphere in the evening.
At dinner, try La Terrazza's antipasto assortment, which is a large rectangular plate with samples of more than a dozen appetizers in separate compartments.
La Terrazza also has outdoor tables--many of them sheltered by a canopy--and we had breakfast outdoors every day but one during our cruise. (On that day, the wind and rain forced us and La Terrazza's waiters indoors.)
When the weather turned warmer, we encountered competition for tables near the railing, but there was always enough room for us to eat outdoors.
In addition to meals, La Terrazza serves afternoon tea. After you sit down, a waiter brings a stand with plates of sandwiches and pastries. You're then invited to choose from a long list of teas, tisanes, and infusions.
Deck 7 is also home to the , a reservations-only restaurant and nightclub. The food is built around a chef's tasting menu of sorts, with multiple courses of this and that. Entertainment is what you'd expect in a "supper club," with an emphasis on piano, vocals, and jazz.
Photos 7 and 11 courtesy of Silversea Cruises.
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