Casino: Norwegian Joy Cruise Ship Tour

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Norwegian Joy’s top deck also features the high-speed Double Aqua Loop, a free-fall slide that includes loops that extend over the side of the ship. Two side-by-side hot tubs can be found on Norwegian Joy’s main top deck area just steps away from the Aqua Racer slide. Signage next to the pool on Norwegian Joy’s top deck is in Chinese as well as English. Among groundbreaking features on Norwegian Joy is the first race track at sea. Spreading over two decks, the race track on Norwegian Joy is designed for one-person go carts that can operate at speeds of nearly 20 miles per hour.

The finish line for the race track on Norwegian Joy is located on the lower of its two levels. Another amusement atop Norwegian Joy is an open-air laser tag course. Like sister ship Norwegian Escape, Norwegian Joy features three interior decks (6, 7 and 8) filled with restaurants, bars and casino spaces that are connected by a soaring atrium-like space. In a nod to the interests of Chinese travelers, an unusually large percentage of Norwegian Joy’s three public decks are devoted to casino space.

Nearly all of Deck 7, shown here, is filled with slot machines and other online casino games. Casino areas on Deck 7 include a nook devoted to such table games as baccarat. Slot machines fill multiple nooks on Deck 7 of Norwegian Joy. Also on Deck 7 of Norwegian Joy, among the casino games, is the Skyline Bar.

One of its walls is lined with a faux skyline view. An additional, private casino online area for high rollers is located on Deck 6 of Norwegian Joy. The private casino area for high rollers on Deck 6 is accessible through an elegant, marble-lined reception area.

The high rollers casino online area on Norwegian Joy has high-limit slot machines fronted by throne-like cushioned chairs. Interior design throughout Norwegian Joy has a Chinese flair, as can be seen in this sitting area on Deck 6 just outside the Taste restaurant. A circular opening in a hall on Deck 6 offers a glimpse inside the Chinese-themed Taste restaurant.

Like many of the restaurants on Norwegian Joy, Taste caters to the Chinese market with a menu that is dominated by Chinese cuisine. Some dishes have Korean and Japanese accents. Across from Taste is Savor, another included-in-the-fare restaurant that will serve Chinese cuisine. Roughly 70% of dishes served on the ship will involve Chinese cuisine. Norwegian Joy will offer Chinese travelers a taste of classic American comfort food including burgers and meat loaf at the American Diner.

Located at the top of Norwegian Joy on Deck 16, the American Diner features seating built into pieces of a classic Ford Mustang. Norwegian Joy has several restaurants that will be familiar to Norwegian Cruise Line regulars, including a Cagney’s Steakhouse, located on Deck 8. New on Norwegian Joy is Neptune’s, an extra-charge seafood eatery that has a buffet of fresh seafood as well as a la carte items. It’s located on Deck 8 across from Cagney’s Steakhouse in a space that is a churrascaria restaurant on sister ship Norwegian Escape. Prime Meridian is a bar on Norwegian Joy located between Cagney’s Steakhouse and Neptune’s. The list of restaurants on Norwegian Joy include Norwegian’s signature Italian eatery, La Cucina.

The offerings will include an extensive sushi selection. The Noodle Bar will serve Asian-style noodles and dim sum. The Noodle Bar serves hand-pulled Chinese noodles in a casual setting. Among the attractions on Norwegian Joy that are aimed at Chinese travelers is an area full of karaoke rooms. Located on Deck 6 near the ship’s atrium, Norwegian Joy’s karaoke area has eight private karaoke rooms. Karaoke rooms on Norwegian Joy have flat-screen video screens and seating for more than half a dozen people.

Another new outlet on Norwegian Joy is The Grand Tea Room. Located on Deck 8 of Norwegian Joy, the Grand Tea Room occupies a space that is a pub on sister ship Norwegian Escape. The Grand Tea Room caters to Chinese travelers with traditional Chinese tea service. The Joy Team Room, located near the center of the ship on Deck 7, is another outlet for tea. The Joy Team Room offers a contemporary, Asian-influenced decor.

It’s located in part of the space that houses the O’Sheehan’s pub on sister ship Norwegian Escape. Asian antique items line the walls of the Joy Tea Room. Deck 8 on Norwegian Joy features a wine bar called Le Cave.

The Le Cave wine bar on Norwegian Joy has a wine refrigerator as one of its walls. Norwegian Joy features an unusually large amount of name-brand shops including Bvlgari. Norwegian Joy’s photo gallery will sell Leica, Nikon and Canon brand cameras and equipment in addition to passenger photos. Norwegian Joy’s Photo Gallery is located on Deck 7 in a space that houses part of the O’Sheehan’s pub on sister ship Norwegian Escape.

The Supper Club is a combination dining and entertainment venue on Norwegian Joy. The Supper Club offers tiered seating from which diners can watch a show. Among the more unusual attractions on Norwegian Joy is the Galaxy Pavilion, which is home to virtual reality experiences, simulator rides and hover craft bumper cars. An authentic Formula One race car has been converted into a racing simulator for the Galaxy Pavilion on Norwegian Joy. A hang-gliding simulator in the Galaxy Pavilion offers the chance to virtually soar over mountains and oceans.

The majority of Norwegian Joy’s 1,925 cabins are Balcony Staterooms. They are similar in design to the Balcony Staterooms found on Norwegian’s recently unveiled Norwegian Escape. Balcony Staterooms on Norwegian Joy measure 172 square feet, not including a 44-square-foot balcony. Norwegian Joy’s Balcony Staterooms feature built-in cabinets with room for hanging clothes and shelving. Balcony Stateroom bathrooms on Norwegian Joy have a sleek, contemporary design.

Bathrooms in Balcony Staterooms on Norwegian Joy have showers but no bathtubs. Cabins on Norwegian Joy feature multiple Chinese-style electrical outlets along desk areas as well as a single U.S.-style electrical outlet. Even the safety signs on the back of cabin doors on Norwegian Joy are in Chinese. Bathrooms in higher-end cabins on Norwegian Joy feature upscale Bulgari toiletries.

Glasses in Norwegian Joy cabins feature the line’s name in Chinese characters as well as English. The most spacious and luxurious of Norwegian Joy’s accommodations are its two The Haven Deluxe Owner’s Suites. Each measures 1,458 square feet and feature a large living room with dining area.

Concierge Suite bathrooms are bigger than the bathrooms in standard cabins and feature tubs that double as showers. Located at the front of Norwegian Joy, overlooking the bow, is the Concierge Lounge. It’s open exclusively to passengers staying in Concierge Class cabins.

The wide range of Asian dining options on Norwegian Joy include Teppanyaki, a Japanese hibachi eatery where chefs cook at the table. It’s located on Deck 6 across from the high-roller casino. Just behind Teppanyaki is Sakura & Hibiscus, an Asian hot pot restaurant. Norwegian Joy features a wide range of original art.

The massive fixture in Norwegian Joy’s central atrium area is made from Swarovski crystal. A baccarat area is located on Deck 7 of Norwegian Joy. A buoy at the read atop Norwegian Joy.

How to travel East Canada, Ontario & Quebec

Hi guys, I’m Budi Loonen aka The Creative Globetrotter I’m traveling the world since 2014 an on going mission to share you my travel experiences This is the travel guide how I travel from the west up to the east coast of Canada What was a part of my 2015 world tour An incredible journey with stunning landscapes and mountains Inspiring cities Famous highlights And local wildlife This is part 2 of the Canada trip. In this episode i’m telling you about how to travel East Canada, The Ontario and Quebec provinces Also in this part there’s co host and my travel buddy Mikael de Vries to join me up to Ottowa. In the last episode you can see we traveled from Vancouver Island up to Calgary Because of the great plains after Calgary, 3500 kilometers of grassy countryside can be a bit boring So we took the plane from Calgary to Toronto Toronto is by far the biggest city of Canada with an impressive skyline. You can take the ferry to Toronto Island park to see that amazing skyline.

And visit the islands itself You haven’t visit Toronto if you don’t visit the Toronto view point: the CN Tower With its 553m it is the highest building of Canada And up to 2007 the highest building in the world before the Burj Khalifa in Dubai broke this record Besides the CN Tower there so much to visit like: The old train yard Yonge Dundas square Wow Budi you have really fun with this anyway, the docks you can visit The old city hall The new city hall Chinatown And again no hockey but we saw in Rogers Centre the only Canadian Major League Baseball team The Toronto Blue Jays After a few days in Toronto we took a train to Niagara Falls. One of the main attractions of Ontario. Or… of Canada anyway The train is from an American Company Amtrak and rides from Toronto to Buffalo, New York state. Just before the Canada-US border don’t forget to get off the train because otherwise you end up in the United States.

Since the 19th century local and European immigrants are fascinated by the Waterfalls and from that day thousands of people visiting this main attraction each year There are three different Niagara falls. The Bridal Veil falls what is a part of the American Falls. On the American side And the most famous one is the Horseshoe Falls The border is exactly in between those falls, Of course, you can visit the falls up close We decide to visit the falls from the tunnels And from beneath As you can imagine the amount of water is so big the spray from that water makes totally ‘soaky’ wet within seconds. Thát wet my camera didn’t work anymore The Niagara Falls are very beautiful but the area around can be a big tourist trap with a lot of bars, casino, and entertainment.

We decided to leave asap back to Toronto By bus we travel the next to Belleville and from there to the tiny place of Hillier on Prince Edwards County We stay for a couple of days with Andrew and Jonathan Jonathan I know, just like Curtis in Monique in the first part, from The Summercamp in Switzerland in 2010 And we stay in this amazing Metal house, just build that house and we were the first visitors Prince Edwards County is located near one of the 5 great lakes Lake Ontario is one of them. For Dutch people, the lakes can be very cold but Mikael give it a try Saint Edwards is the relaxing country side with its vineyards But Belleville is also known of the Sir James Whitney school. A School for deaf people Jonathan works here so he gave us a tour Sir James Whitney the founder of the school has been buried in Belleville His grave stone contains ASL: American Sign Language From Belleville we took the train to Ottawa The Capital of Canada We stay in a the Prison hostel, a hostel is national heritage and they turned an old prison into a hostel From Parliament hill you can visit different old buildings We visit the parliament building and its tower with a nice view on Ottawa Ottawa is actually a compromise to being the captial. Because of the English and French speaking community Toronto is English and Montréal is French Canadian They decide to choose for Ottawa. The city lies exact on the province border The Ottawa river separates both provinces of Ontario (English) and Quebec (French) An interesting fact was that our King and Queen of The Netherlands was visiting Ottawa We saw the escort during nightfall In the evening we Enjoy the lightshow at the Parliament building on Parliament hill This was also the last day I spend my time with my travel buddy Mikael. It was time for him to go home.

For me it was time to leave Ottawa and traveling further east to Quebec City Quebec city is the oldest city of Canada and from North America. It gives you the feeling you are in Europe again with the typical old buildings, squares and streets But for a long time this city was the stronghold for the French speaking community Why there is a french speaking community here a short version: The french discovered new land in the Americas and build their first settlement near the saint lawerence river There were a lot of battles and wars with the english Eventually mid 18th century the french surrended and the English took over During the American Revolution the English were afraid Quebec join the Rebelling American states So they give the French speaking community more rights what includes their language Canada vs USA were at war in 1812 and it helps give the Canadians a Canadian identity what also includes the French part The French identity is so strong nowadays even stronger than in France. For example the words. In France they use the word stop for a stop sign In Quebec they prefer the word Arrêt because Stop reminds more of the English I mention hockey a lot in Canada episodes nd I got the chance to see the final of the Canadian Hockey League the 2nd tier below the famous NHL. From Quebec City I get the bus to Saguaney.

Saguanay is very known of its nature parks and fjords. For example Parc national du fjord du Saguenay The villages around like Chicoutimi and Lac Saint Jac From there it was the final part to reach the east coast of Canada to Tadoussac. Also famous of their whale watching and its scenery Tadoussac it was time travel back to Saguenay back to Quebec and travel to my last city: Montréal. Before I left Tadoussac I took the ferry from Tadoussac to Saint Catherine his ferry is for free because there is still no bridge on the road 138 In Montréal I jumped into the Francofolie festival. A festival with a lot of dance and music and mostly french based language. Montréal is the biggest city of the French speaking community and there are a lot things to see.

See the skyline from the hills around Montréal Notre Dame of Montreal with its colorful architecture Saint Helen’s Island and its Biosphere what as a part of the World Fair expo in 1967 Eat Poutine, fries with cheese and gravy And see Olympic Park during these days the world Championship soccer Or we say football or women was organized And what a coincidence it was Canada vs The Netherlands The final score of the match was 1-all After Montréal I traveled to Boston in the USA. The amazing trip through the West to the East Coast of Canada came to an end And so is this episode, Thank you for watching and please subscribe for more travel guides If you any comments or you want to contact me post below or go to my website