We had a wonderful time on the Dinner Tour last night. We had a table for two and had an east view when we started (I would recommend this side of the train...more to see). Some of the scenery was breathtaking - gorges, waterfalls, rapids, cliffs, historic sites and rolling hills...things you would never see from the roadway. The windows are large so your view is not limited in any way...take your sunglasses though, the setting sun was a bit bright some times...again, one side of the train is better than the other. The dinner was very good, starting with the best roasted bell pepper and tomato soup I have ever had, followed by a delicious salad, and then either prime rib or chicken. The dessert was decadent and a perfect end to a very good meal. The wine was a bit pricy...$6 for a small glass. The servers were efficient and friendly. All in all, we would highly recommend this dinner tour. And I almost forgot, during the tour we were entertained by a fellow (dressed in period garb - black pants, white shirt with armbands, red vest and straw hat) playing olde tunes on the clarinet...he was a hit with everyone. Check it out.
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