Afternoon Tea

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  1. Minniespal

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    Hiya Guys -

    It is a rainy day here in Scotland and my thoughts are in WDW. Yesterday I booked Afternoon Tea in the GF, so excited!!!

    My question is to anyone who has done the Afternoon Tea. I am a great sandwich eater but am not a lover of egg sandwiches. Do you get a choice of the sandwiches that you can order or do you just get a selection of sandwiches with fillings?

    Thanks in advance.
     
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  3. WebmasterPenny

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    If you're having one of the packages, they just bring out a selection of them (it tells you what you'll get on the menu) - ask your server if you can have an extra of something else instead of the egg and they'll probably oblige :) They are just little finger sandwiches though so it's not a biggie if they don't/can't ;)

    Alternatively you can just order things a la carte.

    The GF is really very nice, you're gonna love it :)
     
  4. Janice

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    Hi Minniespal

    We also had the Afternoon Tea a couple of years ago and it was delicious. As Penny says the sandwiches are finger sized and very dainty. I dont eat a lot of meat or fish and when the server came to take our order I mentioned this and they brought me a selection of non meat/fish sandwiches so I am sure they will be able to substitute the Egg ones for you. :)

    I think this was one of the nicest things we did during our holiday that year - it was just me and my husband ;)

    Here is a picture of my scrapbook page that I did about it so you can see what it looks like :)

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  5. Minniespal

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    Penny -

    Thanks for the info!!
     
  6. Minniespal

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    Janice -

    Thanks for the info. Had a look at your photos, they are fab!!!
     
  7. WDWfan uk

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    I love your scrapbook page Jan! You do scrapping - is that the right term? - so well!
     
  8. Janice

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    Aw thank you Shirley and Minniespal - that is nice of you to say :)

    Yes Shirley - I am a Scrapper!! LOL :D :D :D
     
  9. KayleeUK

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    Florence :D We are doing this in October . looking forward to it!

    Janice :D I loooovvvveeee that page, I want to see it bigger though - is it on UKScrappers??
     
  10. Janice

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    Yes Kaylee - I think it is :)
     
  11. Fantasia Sam

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    Flo

    I love the Afternoon Tea and when I did it in December last year it was really cold and drizzly and it was great to be sitting in the GF drinking tea. I believe I had the Grand Tea with the champagne ;)
     
  12. Minniespal

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    Sam -

    A woman after my own heart!! I fancy the Grand Tea myself.
     

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