The activities on the Balmoral cater to a more mature set of passengers.
Catch a show, grab a drink, sit a spell, play a rousing game of rummy, or take your dancing partner out for a spin in the several lounges on the Balmoral.
All sorts of non-alcoholic specialty drinks are available at the small café that stands between the Balmoral fitness center and the salon. There is a small sitting area with menus where you can figure out what you would like, and enjoy it in comfort.
Full access to the internet can be hard to come by on vacation. The Balmoral sees that you stay connected on your journey with a bank of computers ready to connect to the web.
The Braemar Lounge is for having a quiet conversation or reading a book from the library. There is no food or drink here, but every now and again a live band will strike up some soothing background ambiance.
With a throng of card tables, the Card Room is the perfect place for a Bridge tournament. There are also many board games locked away for the more feisty passengers.
All the shows are performed at the Neptune Lounge. Though music and entertainment are prevalent throughout the ship, the Neptune Lounge has the most seating. Better shows mean bigger crowds and you can catch both at the Neptune Lounge.
Straight from the Olsen family’s private collection, a small hallway of fine art leads you to the Ballindaloch restaurant. There does not seem to be a big boasting of name brand artists, but you will be able to see some paint on canvas for sure.
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