Tea w/ Wendy??

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  1. DVC Mary

    DVC Mary <font color="#FF6666">I must have missed the lobst

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    What day do they offer this on the Eastern Carib?

    Are there any boys there w/o sisters?

    My son would probably love it, but would notice if he were one of the only boys.

    Thanks!

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  3. Mermaid02

    Mermaid02 <font color=blue>BL II - Blue Team<br><font color=

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    I don't have the answer but I would love to KNOW the answer. This is something my son would like too- at THIS point (he's 7) he wouldn't mind being one of the few boys but in a year (when we are thinking of cruising) he might feel differently.
     
  4. DVC Mary

    DVC Mary <font color="#FF6666">I must have missed the lobst

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    Anyone....?

    My DS are 7 & 4, but it's the 7 yr old who would enjoy it most. He loves Peter Pan & he loves having tea b/c my family is from Ireland. Tea is something fun w/ relatives & FOOD. He's into that!
     
  5. thewagman

    thewagman Earning My Ears

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    Tea with Wendy for the Eastern Carib. was on Sunday at 4:15. Get there on-time as it does not last long (10 minute talk at most by Wendy) and we had a few people arrive late and they missed it. Wendy picks out two boys from the audience to be substitutes for her "missing" brothers. The rest of the time is spent waiting in line for pictures with Wendy. My son did not enjoy it at all, while my daughter did.

    To get tickets, after you board go to guest services and request tickets (tickets are only given for children in your party).

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  6. Griffin33

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    Bring your son! Mine loved it...there were plenty of other boys there as well.
     
  7. Bmwdsny

    Bmwdsny <font color=purple>Mom to Tinkerbell-attitude daug

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    I have been on the East. Carib twice and yes, there were plenty of boys, mostly 5-10 years ranges.
     
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    I went with my two boys 6 & 8 at the time. The younger son got picked to be Michael! Got some great pictures of him up there with Wendy. They both enjoyed it - still talk about the cookies!
     
  9. kcashner

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    2 boys are chosen from the group to play Wendy's brothers...so by all means bring the boys. The tea is offered on 2 sea days. Get tickets from guest services as soon as possible on the day you board--they go fast!
     
  10. Mickeyhugger

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    This is actually more geared towards boys since boys are chosen to go onstage.

    Go for it!
     
  11. yayasi

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    Is the Tea w/Wendy only for kids or can adults attend with there kids?


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  12. DVC Mary

    DVC Mary <font color="#FF6666">I must have missed the lobst

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    Thanks again!

    The people on these boards are the best. :wave:
     
  13. DISNEYFAMILYOFFOUR

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    Can you get the tickets immediately after boarding or do you have to wait for a certain time?

    Also, can the parents go?
     
  14. Bmwdsny

    Bmwdsny <font color=purple>Mom to Tinkerbell-attitude daug

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    There is a certain time announced on the navigator when you can obtain the tickets. I arrived about 1/2 hour before and there was a line already. There are 2 times to choose from when getting the tickets.

    Yes, parents can go. (Be sure you get enough tickets, since every person needs a ticket) You can sit with the kids. It is held at Studio Sea which consists of small round tables with chairs. You will listen to Wendy's story, drink tea and cookies and then have pictures afterwards. She also pick 2 boys from the audience in the beginning to be her brothers.

    It is a cute event.:earsboy:
     
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    okay, dumb question, do they actually server tea. I can't imagine many kids drink tea (although I do know some, most I know don't). We're not tea drinks at all, and I don't think my daughter has ever tried it. This sounds like something fun, but I know if they only serve tea it's probaly pointless for my family.
     
  17. Bmwdsny

    Bmwdsny <font color=purple>Mom to Tinkerbell-attitude daug

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    Yeah, they actually do serve tea. More like Iced tea. I was surprise myself that they serve tea since most kids don't like it, (I don't either!!) But the point is, Wendy is British and part of the story she is telling, is how to drink tea the "proper" way, the English way.
    The kids are big on eating cookies instead!! So was I!! LOL!!!

    Keep in mind, it is not very long. About 25 mins or so. Just make sure your kids (and parents) are not too thirsty before coming, if you are not into tea.
     

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