I have barely caught my breath after a marathon experience in London for the Royal Wedding. But, Mrs. Moore and I are returning to England on the Queen Mary on 17 May. We had booked this passage long before the Royal Wedding was announced so I am having a ping-pong travel spring–flying and sailing back and forth between England and the United States. I have sailed in the Mediterranean, in the South Pacific, and through the Greek Islands over the years, but I wanted to experience Cunard’s greatest liner–the largest and most luxurious ship ever to cross the Atlantic under Cunard’s banner. We are high up on the ship, so we are going to see a lot of water! Excited to say the least!
Mrs. Moore and I are flying to New York for a few days of wandering through the great NY museums, eating at some of our favorite restaurants, and of course a play in the evenings. We leave New York on 17 May, arriving in Southampton on 24 May. We will be in London at home for 3 weeks and then leave for Paris for a ten-day patisserie exploration! This trip to Paris is an effort to see old friends and revisit some of my favorite paintings in the Louvre. We are staying in a flat very near Ile St Louis so we will be wandering around with camera in hand posting photographs of all that beautiful and picturesque stuff we call PARIS.
I would like to start a dialog about the Queen Mary 2 crossings. I would like to hear from those who have been on the ship and also from those who might be considering a future passage. I think the exchange will be helpful and exciting. We will be posting on this blog as well as on our FACEBOOK. I am really anxious for a lively exchange. Helpful hints are always wonderful.
You will have my full attention. I am always grateful for your comments and insights. Many of you have become Blog and Facebook friends. It is wonderful. Thanks so much.
If any of my readers are on board the Queen Mary2 with us, please make yourself known. Mrs. Moore and I would love to meet you. We will be blogging about the crossing each day, so we would love to have others post their comments with us while on the crossing.
Thomas Moore email: TMooreSr@me.com Telephone: 801.791.9918