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Old June 22nd, 2012, 09:08 PM
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Originally Posted by Henry43 View Post
As I've posted previously ,on my first cruise aboard a Cunard ship ,every evening was a formal night .

For lunch the attire was what is referred to now as business casual .Breakfast could be jeans but never shorts .
How did you find that?

I have no issue with dressing up, I'm a clothes horse. But for me Formal is just the absolute opposite of relaxing on vacation that we now take a pass.

I asked this question to a follow up to a post on the Carnival's Facebook site the other night. John asked if it were 5:00 pm and you were anchored just off the coast of Italy taking in the fabulous views of the towns, would you go inside to get ready for 'Elegant Night" Hell no was my response, just deliver me a pizza and a lovely bottle of wine to my deck to continue to take in the views. I was surprised by the amount of people that didn't really seem to care what they were seeing, they would rush inside to get ready for formal night.
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