Class Dining Room

Some articles on dining, room, rooms, class, class dining rooms:

Sirocco (restaurant) - Awards
2006 in Catering of Western food' by Bangkok Dining Entertainment Magazine ‘My Favorite International Restaurant' by American Express 2005 ‘Best ...
SS Stella Solaris - Artworks
... in Children's Playroom) Italian Comedy Figures, a series of murals by Jean Souverbie (in Drawing Room) Vases by Luc Lanel (in the Hall) Gardens and Chateaux of Ile de ...
Stoke Park Club - Dining, Entertaining & Conferencing
... Stoke Park has eight private function rooms ... With three licensed rooms and a garden terrace, Stoke Park can also hold Civil Marriage Ceremonies and Wedding Receptions ...
RMS Queen Mary - Queen Mary in Long Beach - Conversion
... It required removal of all the boiler rooms, the forward engine room, both turbo generator rooms, the ship stabilisers and the water softening plant ... Only the aft engine room and "shaft alley", at the stern of the ship, would be spared ... was the only practical way to lift out the scrap materials from the engine and boiler rooms ...
SS France (1961) - Design - Interior - SS France
... nearly ten years previous, and inspired the design of the public rooms on the RMS Queen Elizabeth 2 eight years later ... the grand vistas that were constructed through the Normandie's main First Class rooms ... double-height spaces were the theatre, First Class smoking room, and both First and Tourist Class dining rooms ...

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    Behind her was confusion in the room,
    Of chairs turned upside down to sit like people
    In other chairs, and something, come to look,
    For every room a house has parlor, bedroom,
    And dining room thrown pell-mell in the kitchen.
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)