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  1. Looking for recommendations for 2 night stay in Central Rome at end of repositioning cruise (Edge)
  2. Arriving on Celebrity Edge (repositioning) May 4th - planning of staying until the 6th - looking for suggestions on a Tour/Tour Guide that can pick us up at Port on the 4th - show us around on the 4th & 5th & on the 6th take us to airport. Also hotel suggestions - Thanks
  3. On non-formal nights are Dress Shorts allowed in the MDR??
  4. Shorts is a comfort thing as well as a Florida thing - totally agree with recent post that MDR is not fine or gourmet dining but it beats eating at the Buffet. Here in Florida I can go to Capital Grille, Abe & Louie or basically any other steak house & wear nice shorts & dress shirt - I've never felt out of place. I've reached that stage in life that I just want to be comfortable & enjoy life.
  5. Thanks for the picture compliment & yes we did enjoy our cruise. We are not new to cruising - this was our 37th cruise - 15th with Princess - we've sailed with Celebrity, Royal Caribbean & Norwegian.
  6. I'm very aware of what Princess states in their FAQ's & what they say over the phone re: Men's Dress. Yes,on Formal Nights there were a handful of guys in Tuxedos, a couple in Sports Jackets but the majority were in slacks & dress shirts. & then there were the guys in T shirts & sloppy jeans. So, since they don't enforce this requirement, I feel on Non-Formal Nights in the Caribbean nice shorts are appropriate - you're on vacation why not be comfortable. & believe me I look more presentable in shorts than the guys in the sloppy jeans & T Shirts. Also, these sloppy jean guys are not young - they're my age!!!
  7. A few weeks back I started this topic - we just returned from 7 nights on the Regal. With the exception of the 2 Formal Nights & the night that we ate at the Crown Grille I wore nice Dress Shorts (Linen or Micro Fiber) not Cargo Shorts to the Dining Room. No body said a word - not the Maitre D, not the Head Waiters. This was a Caribbean Cruise - you want to be comfortable. & just for reference - I'm an active 70 year old!!
  8. Sailing on 11/18 & was wondering what the dress code for dining room was on Non-Formal Nights. I like wearing nice - dress shorts & was wondering if anybody, who has recently sailed on the Regal, can tell me if the long pants rule was enforced by the Maitre D' - this is a Caribbean Cruise. I've sailed on the Regal 4 previous times & this was not enforced.
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