For breakfast we chose the self service option in the lovely Conservatory restaurant.
It was high up on deck 12 giving a good panoramic view through the large windows running around all sides of the restaurant. There was a wide choice of options on offer ranging from a full English cooked breakfast to continental style breads, cheeses, hams through to fruits, yoghurts and various cereals. The quality of the food and the service of the staff were excellent. Access around the restaurant was good and the staff went out of their way to assist in carrying trays and drinks when needed.
The night before a horizon magazine had been left in our cabin listing what was going on and where it would happen.
On the front it highlights the expected weather and sea conditions, special events occurring and any specific safety notices. Inside is a detailed program of the days events on offer, showing times and places. One of the events listed was a photo club at 10am in the Chaplins Cinema. So after breakfast I went for a look around the ship, stopping in the cinema to see what it was about. Unfortunatly it had been a misprint in the magazine and the photo club would not be on, on this cruise, shame. Whilst I was there though I checked to see what would be showing later in the day and during the rest of the week in the cinema. Access to the cinema was good with dedicated areas for wheelchairs and their companions set out at the rear. I found that Avatar would be showing later in the week so would have to come back to see that.