Galley Tour

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  1. whitfive

    whitfive Mouseketeer

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    I am on a 4 night Dream cruise in October and I am wondering if they do a Galley tour on board? If so, can anyone give me some info/insight?

    Thanks in advance!

    Michelle
     
  2. su_A_ve

    su_A_ve DIS Veteran

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    No... Last I heard, they are rarely given and only on 7n or longer cruises...
     
  3. disneylove69

    disneylove69 DIS Veteran

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    Not missing much. All you see is silver counters. No one cooking or anything. You get cookies at en.
     
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  5. stitchlovestink

    stitchlovestink DIS Veteran

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    I guess that's a matter of opinion....
    We found it interesting and our chefs were very informative!! They allowed us the opportunity to ask A LOT of questions!!! I would do it again! I enjoyed it.
    I did it on the Dream but in 2011, I believe.
     
  6. lbgraves

    lbgraves Little Cinderella's Mommy

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    I thought it was very interesting as well. Someone in our group has food allergies and asked a question. It was incredible how far they go to meet the needs of anyone with these.
     
  7. the_bUg

    the_bUg Mouseketeer

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    Do you just inquire about the "galley tour" at guest services, or is it listed in the Navigator?
     
  8. Pooh93

    Pooh93 <font color=blue>Proud mom of 2 dd's<br><font colo

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    Check with Guest Services after you board. If doing it, they will give you tickets. I did not ever see it in the Navigator, but learned about it through these boards. :goodvibes It is my understanding from GS, there are a limited amount of tickets handed out for the tour and be early or on time as they will not wait for anyone to show up.

    :) I have toured the Wonder and Dream Galley's and have found them interesting and informative. As a matter of fact, we had 3 family members in our group on the Dream and they let the larger group go ahead and we had our own personal tour.
     

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