Get a corn dog at the Boardwalk bar (free) and watch the carousel. Most of the passengers on the carousel were older people, at least on our cruise. Granted there were not many kids aboard, but it was fun to see all those smiling seasoned citizens whirling around. They were loving it.
Also, sit in the Central Park and drink it all in. And - be glad you didn't book one of those inside balcony cabins...zero privacy.
I didn't think the inside balconies would be that great...If you remember the inside windows on the Voyager Class...overlooking the promandade.....You had to keep your blinds drawn or you would be giving a free show:-)....
I was just thinking when I was looking at Dave's photos that if it were me, I'm not sure I would like the inward facing balcony rooms, even though it would be kind of cool to look out and see all the activity in the area, but I'd rather look out at the ocean.
2007 - Majesty of the Seas
2009 - Enchantment of the Seas
2010 - Freedom of the Seas
I'll say this: notice that in my photos of the inside balconies you don't see people on those balconies. Yet most of those cabins were occupied. I think RCI will regret making those balcony cabins and they will end up being sold for a lot less than they are now.
All I can say is it was comfortable when I saw it. The location of the AquaTheater makes it completely dependent on outside temperature. If I were cruising on the Oasis in winter months I'd consider the need for a sweater to be packed.