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Old 09-02-2008, 06:55 AM
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I think I'm reading this right, but just want to be sure. You don't have to go to the dinning room for dinner, right? It's also available by the pool? My daughters are in search of very casual dinning for dinner, so thought I'd check.
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It's not by the pool, but in the buffet restaurant. They have a buffet dinner every night, but it isn't the same menu as in the dining room. They might have a couple items in common, especially when they are serving prime rib in the dining room. It is a nice alternative, but don't deprive yourself of the service and food in the dining room. Most nights are casual in the dining room.
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Okay. Thanks, Dave!
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Old 09-02-2008, 09:11 AM
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Depending on the age of your daughters, they may enjoy getting dressed up and being served like the young women that they are. The meals in the dining room are served very well with great servers that in many cases add quite a bit to the dining experiences. My kids (Ages teen to 20's) all remember fondly all of our servers on each of our cruises. They even sent gifts to one server once we got back home. (magic tricks since he performed simple magic at our table each night).

Also, make sure they dress up for formal nights as they have numerous picture taking areas that will take some great pictures of your family.

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Also, make sure they dress up for formal nights as they have numerous picture taking areas that will take some great pictures of your family.

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I love going to the photo gallery the day after formal night pictures are taken. It's fun to try to find pictures of sober people. It's like a cruise ship version of "Where's Waldo".
 
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