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Old August 6th, 2006, 11:00 PM
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Originally Posted by ParrotRob
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Originally Posted by hockeyluver
Captain's Cocktail Party and the Gala Farewell Dinner. On the other evenings you can dress casually for dinner (no shorts or tank tops).

For those not wanting to dress up, the Lido Restaurants are open nightly and have a casual dress code. Formal Wear: tuxedo; suit and tie; sport coat, tie and slacks; evening gown; cocktail dress; pantsuit Casual Resort Wear: sport shirts and slacks; dresses; skirts; pantsuit; Capri pantsNOTE: Shorts, t-shirts, tank tops and bathing attire are not permitted in the Dining Room during dinner.
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I does not say NO JEANS anywhere!!
No, but it DOES say "for those not wanting to dress up, the LIDO RESTAURANTS are open nightly" - not the dining rooms. It also clearly identifies WHAT is considered formal and WHAT is considered casual resort wear, and you won't find jeans in EITHER of those lists.


It still does not mention jeans This topic has been done to death!! I agree if i am going to pay $3000 to go on a cruise and wear what i feel comfortable in the i will.
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