I've been to a traditional english tea, is this anything like that.
Does anyone know where it takes place and what they serve?
Haven't really seen anything about it anywhere.
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MikeG,I was a little surprised and disappointed on a recent RCI cruise that they don't offer this amenity.
Thanks for the information. I was fascinated! I love the tea service and I really enjoy tea on Carnival more than on Princess.
It seems more relaxing, and now after your information, I think it is closer to "the real thing".
I wouldn't miss "Tea Time" on Carnival cruises. It isn't High Tea, but is a very nice way to spend some time away from the hoopla of other events on the ship. It is offered only on sea days, around 3pm, in one of the smaller lounges. I've enjoyed different tastes on each cruise, such as tea sandwiches, petit fours, scones w/lemon curd, tiny cookies, and always a nice selection of teas. All white gloved service from silver tea service. Very relaxing with the light live music in the background.great info....didn't realize they even had this........