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morris - Answered a Question by Wilson (22 Nov 08 15:24)

We have cruised twice with Costa and neither cruise had a 'toga' night as such...on Costa Serena last February they did have an Italian night where one was expected to wear red, white and green clothing ...we actually made the effort and did this and were two of, at the most, 5% of the passengers that actually took notice of the recommendations!!!

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Neil & Ida Down - Answered a Question by Wilson (22 Nov 08 12:04)

You've actually got togas, wow I'm impressed, most people use the bedsheets. .... Neil.

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Wilson - replied to Neil & Ida Down (22 Nov 08 14:25)

Thanks Neil.I have been really worried because I happen to mention to my sister-in-law who is coming with us about an Italian night and she has made us all togas.We were going to have to wear them somewhere'.

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Williams - Answered a Question by Wilson (22 Nov 08 16:08)

Hi Eight of us went on a Caribbean cruise in Jan on the Costa Fortuna and yes there was a toga night. It was on the last evening and we all had extra sheets left folded on the beds for us to use if we so wished. We did not take part as we did not want to feel foolish but i can tell you plenty did................it was a great night. Some people even came prepared with their own togas and crowns etc. So if your sister-in-law has already made them ..well you may as well make use of them and ENJOY. I would however phone Costa to make sure that the cruise you are going on does "do toga night". Hope this helps.

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Wilson - replied to Williams (24 Nov 08 08:42)

Thanks.Yes I have now written to Costa to ask.Why didn't I think of that?

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