Cruise Day 14 – Cabo San Lucas

We arrived at an early 7 am, but as you know if you’ve ever been to Cabo, the cruise ships must use tenders. Since we had not planned any tours or particular activities we took our time in the morning and didn’t head to shore until 9 am. At this point the wait for a tender was only a few minutes.

How can you not smile when you look at the ships photos from Cabo?

Celebrity Millennium: Cabo San Lucas Celebrity Millennium: Cabo San Lucas

Celebrity Millennium: Cabo San Lucas

It was SO hot in Cabo. Either that or we were all running out of steam because all we could muster was a short, uninspired walk into town and around a few stores. We had a margarita to cool off and then we took a water taxi across the harbor to get back to the cruise ship terminal. A little more shopping and we were wore out! Our time in Cabo was quite limited so that didn’t help.

Celebrity Millennium: Cabo San Lucas

Celebrity Millennium: Cabo San Lucas

Celebrity Millennium: Cabo San Lucas

Celebrity Millennium: Cabo San Lucas

Celebrity Millennium: Cabo San Lucas

Celebrity Millennium: Cabo San Lucas

Celebrity Millennium: Cabo San Lucas

Celebrity Millennium: Cabo San Lucas

Celebrity Millennium: Cabo San Lucas

Tonight was our third and final formal night. My original plan was to wear my wedding dress tonight. Unfortunately there was no way it was going to fit correctly if I still wanted to breathe. Shoot! Plan B, black slacks and a ruffly pink shirt. Formal has really not been very formal at all on this ship so there was no issue with my clothing choice, only that I was disappointed I wouldn’t be getting photos taken in my wedding dress.

Celebrity Millennium: Cabo San Lucas

They went all out on the dinner menu tonight in terms of offering everyone’s favorites. I forgot to snap a photo, but appetizers included oysters and pate, main courses included tuna, lobster, and beef wellington. Dessert (of course) was baked alaska, but they no longer carry it around the dining room on fire. My limit for rich food had been reached so I had shrimp cocktail and caesar salad from the everyday menu with the beef wellington. Richard had pate and beef wellington.

Here’s a look at the dining room and a few of our dishes. I did have one picture of an appetizer, after it was half eaten! Oops.

Celebrity Millennium: Dining

Celebrity Millennium: Dining

Celebrity Millennium: Dining

Celebrity Millennium: Dining

Celebrity Millennium: Cabo San Lucas

Tomorrow is our last day at sea and the dreaded packing day.

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