A handful of non-drink, non-food related activities are held in a few lounges with a focus on creativity and art.
The Craft Room and the Art Gallery provide spectacular opportunities for enrichment in the arts, from lectures and hands on classes, to resident artists showing and discussing their work.
Part of the deeply rooted enrichment program, the Craft Room holds any number of interesting, creative lectures. We’ve heard, and this time we are not kidding, reports of super-ikebana flower arranging being taught by certified sumo wrestlers. Expect the unexpected.
The Art Gallery displays contemporary art on a rotating basis. Often, a different artist in residence is handy to discuss his or her works and the creative process, a unique treat to be sure.
Not quite kids, not quite adults, the teens will have their own area on the Europa. There are a couple of gaming stations, table sports like foosball, and planned activities hosted by the staff.
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