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Old 01-01-2013, 04:05 PM   #1
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My baby drinks milk... Where do I find it on board?
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We were on the magic an they had milk at the drink station. It is in a fountain type machine.
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My baby drinks milk... Where do I find it on board?
At the drink station on the pool deck, this is on the Wonder, but I'm figuring that all the ships have them. There's one with whole milk, and one with half/half. You can also get milk by the carton from the buffet, room service and in the MDRs.



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You can also stock up in the morning (cartons from buffet or quick service during breakfast) and keep it in your fridge or cooling box so your baby can have it on demand and you don't have to make a special trip.
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Milk is also available (free) from room service.
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You can also stock up in the morning (cartons from buffet or quick service during breakfast) and keep it in your fridge or cooling box so your baby can have it on demand and you don't have to make a special trip.
Sounds great... Is there a fridge in the room? I can't remember. Not necessary and we've booked IGT.

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Sounds great... Is there a fridge in the room? I can't remember. Not necessary and we've booked IGT.

Thanks for all of the info everyone!
The Dream and Fantasy have a mini fridge. The Magic and Wonder have a "cooling box" but with a bucket of ice (ask your stateroom host) it will keep items cold.
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