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    #16
    Originally posted by Bradbury, Coventry View Post
    Teenagers.....
    Originally posted by dazzer68, braunton View Post
    Old people?
    Doh! - I never thought about them.

    I have seen an old guy wear his slippers on a formal night. (I guess his feet were playing up a bit that night.

    But are you saying that RCI do not allow trainers in the MDR? I've never sailed with them and maybe, just maybe - the 'trainer' question may sway me one way or the other.

    cheers
    Harvey

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      #17
      One evening on Ventura hubby and I started our long walk down the corridor in our formal dress when I happened to look down and I still had my white slippers from the cabin on. Did cause a good laugh but easy mistake. It probably was the most comfortable my feet were the whole cruise.

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        #18
        Originally posted by Harvey, Bristol upon Cream View Post
        Doh! - I never thought about them.

        I have seen an old guy wear his slippers on a formal night. (I guess his feet were playing up a bit that night.

        But are you saying that RCI do not allow trainers in the MDR? I've never sailed with them and maybe, just maybe - the 'trainer' question may sway me one way or the other.

        cheers
        Harvey
        RCI used to have a very strict no trainers policy in the MDR. My teenage sons did used to get away with wearing them on the casual nights (trendy expensive brown or black trainers). However I think they have relaxed the rules so much more now.

        But I am pleased to inform you that I do not own a pair myself.

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          #19
          I keep a comfortable pair of soft leather low-heeled mules for wearing around the ship. That way if you've done a lot of walking during the day you know you will have something you can slip on for the evening to ease your tired feet.
          Cruising my way through life!

          Sue

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            #20
            ok this is a daft Q - what are kitten heels?

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              #21
              Originally posted by tomvet, limerick, roi View Post
              ok this is a daft Q - what are kitten heels?
              They are like a stiletto but only 1 - 1 1/2 " high

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                #22
                I take loads of shoes normally, sailing from UK. It was a problem deciding which to take when flying and the weight of the shoes was a consideration. I finally selected a pair of trainers, two pairs of sandals (in case one rubbed a blister or two!), and my favourite pewter evening shoes which seem to go well with everything! The cases were actually a couple of kilos under weight, so I can probably take more shoes next time. Judith

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