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Unique in the cruise industry, the experience enables passengers to extend an invitation to their guests to join them onboard during sailing day for a four-course diningroom lunch with drinks, a ship tour and even a souvenir photo.
A NEW year brings new events, offers and dates for the diary at TheKaye Arms DiningRoom and Public House in Grange Moor.
At the club's Cobham training ground every new boy is expected to stand on a chair in the diningroom and sing a song in front of his new colleagues.
My birthplace is in Germany, and when I was four years old and sitting at the dining table with lots of adults, having to mind my manners, being bored on one of the scratchy red upholstered diningroom chairs, I discovered a tiny hole in the upholstery and made it unobtrusively bigger.
They sit at the diningroom table discussing the sensible honeymoon they have decided upon.
made by the great Dutch cello maker, Heinrich Jacobs that stood in the corner of our diningroom all my life that she played every afternoon while I played my little quarter size beside her,--always to her right .
Features include high ceilings, timber flooring, some arched doors, oak panelling and an inglenook in the diningroom.
Morag, standing in the diningroom doorway, feels a spinning of blood inside her skull.
The final touches have been made to the doors of the winter diningroom in the reconstructed Commanding Officer's house at Arbeia Roman Fort and Museum in South Shields.
Larner's covered diningroom table, dwindling to a standstill just beyond the halfway point when her failed color scheme became brightly apparent.
Q WE have lifted our old diningroom carpet to reveal lovely wooden floorboards.
Such passengers exhibit an attitude of contempt, disrespect, and terrible disgrace to the other dinner guests and to the diningroom staff.
Most facilities provide meals, often in a diningroom setting.
Upstairs, there was a prim British diningroom with flowered wallpaper and potted palms.
Karcsi would come out of his room to shake hands, and would be asked to join us for dinner although in any case he ate with us most nights as part of his lodging, and his place was always set on the diningroom table.