Beth and Doc Williams were on a cruise over Christmas and shared their experience with us.
This is part 2 of Beth & Doc Williams cruise in the “Med” as the the Brits call it.
The Round Table at St Edward will be hosting a Pancake Breakfast on Sunday January 15, 2017 at the Bloomington Event Center (Knights of Columbus Hall).
The event this year will benefit the construction of the “Alcove to Mary” in the chapel. Specifically the proceeds will be used to purchase a statue of our Blessed Mother.The goal is to acquire a beautiful artifact.
Gather your family and friends and join us.
Serving From 8:00 Am- 12:30 PM
Tickets are: Adults $7.00 Children:$3.00 ages 6-12 Free Children under 6
Brother Doc Williams and his bride Beth, have been on a cruise through the Mediterranean for Christmas. This is the first of several parts of their trip, thanks to their generosity in sharing their experience. This editor and others will probably only see these sights through their eyes. Here is an opportunity to learn.
Day the First: Dec 15th
Our first day was disastrous. The ship could not come into port because the fog was so bad that they closed it. Our ship was diverted to a port 2 hours south and that made a mess of the schedule. We finally got on board around 8 PM. My hip ached so much that I finally accepted a wheel chair. They took us to our room and other than shower, I didn’t get out of bed because of the pain. We even ordered dinner in our room. Wednesday was much better. We went on shore and got in our Gondola ride which Beth wanted to do very much. We had lobster tail for dinner and saw a show. Put in reservations at an Italian restaurant for Christmas Eve and the Chefs table Christmas Day.
More to come.
We are pleased to report, as we move into calendar 2017, that we will
be following the same pattern of informative and motivating