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live4christp1
03-17-2009, 10:12 AM
Okay....we are getting closer to our sail date and I have more questions:

3 night cruise aboard the Wonder

1. Lunch is served on the ship at Parrot Cay on our Nassau day. The times listed are 12:00 - 1:30. So does that mean you need to be there at 12:00 or can you go in at 1:15 and still be served?

2. The whale dig site at Castaway Cay......is it okay for a family to just go to that area and play around? Or do the kids need to go with the kids club?

3. Farwell PJ Palooza on last night......do many of the older kids do this and do they actually wear their pjs? What does it involve?

4. Can anyone give me info on the activity listed for 10 - 12 age group "Around the World in Seven Days"?

5. Can anyone give me info on the activity listed for 10 - 12 age group "Who Wants to be a Mouseketer?" Is it just a kids version of the family show?

Thanks!
Cristy

kcashner
03-17-2009, 10:54 AM
Okay....we are getting closer to our sail date and I have more questions:

3 night cruise aboard the Wonder

1. Lunch is served on the ship at Parrot Cay on our Nassau day. The times listed are 12:00 - 1:30. So does that mean you need to be there at 12:00 or can you go in at 1:15 and still be served?

2. The whale dig site at Castaway Cay......is it okay for a family to just go to that area and play around? Or do the kids need to go with the kids club?

3. Farwell PJ Palooza on last night......do many of the older kids do this and do they actually wear their pjs? What does it involve?

4. Can anyone give me info on the activity listed for 10 - 12 age group "Around the World in Seven Days"?

5. Can anyone give me info on the activity listed for 10 - 12 age group "Who Wants to be a Mouseketer?" Is it just a kids version of the family show?

Thanks!
Cristy

You can enter up to 1:30 and still be served. The doors will close at 1:31, with no more seating after that--you can still eat on deck 9 or from room service later.

Families are welcome at Monstro's whale dig

Not sure what you consider "older." The little ones definitely wear PJ's. As a TEEN, DD insisted on buying nice, covered up PJs before we sailed for the PJ party in The Stack. I didn't see too many 10-12s in PJs though. It's basically an evening "party," with the theme of the night being the PJ thing. Many of the little ones fall asleep, which is nice.
4.sorry, no info

5. Yes, basically kid version of the family show. Unfortunately, the show is not nearly as good now as when it was in the WD theatre.

live4christp1
03-17-2009, 11:05 AM
You can enter up to 1:30 and still be served. The doors will close at 1:31, with no more seating after that--you can still eat on deck 9 or from room service later.

Families are welcome at Monstro's whale dig

Not sure what you consider "older." The little ones definitely wear PJ's. As a TEEN, DD insisted on buying nice, covered up PJs before we sailed for the PJ party in The Stack. I didn't see too many 10-12s in PJs though. It's basically an evening "party," with the theme of the night being the PJ thing. Many of the little ones fall asleep, which is nice.
4.sorry, no info

5. Yes, basically kid version of the family show. Unfortunately, the show is not nearly as good now as when it was in the WD theatre.

Thanks!!!