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Planning a Ladies Only Outing

Where would be a good place to go with a group of 8 females ages 13 to 60? We are hoping for a nice relaxing, but exciting time.

By Lisa from Grafton, MA

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May 5, 20100 found this helpful

I'm not sure that this would be all that "exciting" for

the young people of today, but when I was 13 (a long time ago),

nothing in the world would have

made me happier than to be included in an all-female

visit to a "Tea Room," for a real ladies' tea party.

Depending on where you live, you might have

one close enough. The food that's served in Tea

Rooms is almost always dainty, pretty, very, very

nice and elegant. Everyone can dress up really

fancy and take your time just enjoying one another's

company and the ambiance of a place off

the beaten path of everyday life. Most tea

rooms have nice things to look at, antiques, and beautiful


Hope this helps. If you don't like the idea, then at

least you'll know one thing that you don't want to do.

Have fun whatever you decide to do. It sounds like

a wonderful party.

Julia in Boca Raton, FL

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May 6, 20100 found this helpful


Try a dinner theater. Preferably a musical or a comedic theatrical. Great food. Great sing-a-long OR laughter. Totally interactive for all you gals. I've done it and it was a blast!



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May 7, 20100 found this helpful

I see you live in Mass. How about a trip to watch the whales? You can catch a boat out of Plymouth Harbor after seeing Plymouth Rock & other sites. There are so many good eating places right around there too. Excellent fresh seafood & other good things to eat. There is usually plenty of on the street parking.

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May 7, 20100 found this helpful

How about a fashion show or visit to an art gallery or museum... or a special brunch at a downtown restaurant or specialty house.

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