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Where to PC Dine on formal nights?


cydspal

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That's a good question but you'd probably get a better response if you posted this question on the Princess message board.

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No there isn't any one PC Dining room better than the other ambience wise, except Sabatini's of course! They are all nicely decorated but keep the lights up so I wouldn't say it very romantic. Every one was full during formal nights. Our personal favorites were Vivaldi's and Sterling.

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Until Millenium 9/6/2004 to Europe!

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