I recently had the "pleasure" of sitting across from a couple and their young kid in the dining car. The mom, dad and kid were all in their cute pajamas. The Amtrak employee didn't say a word, but she rolled her eyes when they sat down. I just kind of pretended not to notice and carried on a casual normal chit-chat with strangers in the dining car. Am I the only one who is bothered by people wearing their pajamas in the dining car? I was in a my black polo shirt and khaki shorts. (not dressed for fine dining, but I consider that to be appropriate and comfortable for train travel) This is not limited to just trains.... last year, I was on a flight from Honolulu back to LA. Two older teenage kids were in their pajamas and carried big pillows. They were in front of me during boarding. Imagine the horror I found them in the window & middle seats next to me. Fortunately, the flight had a few empty rows and I moved there ASAP.