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Old 03-18-2013, 09:45 AM   #1
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Prevent Sleepwalking: locking resort doors from inside possible?

On vacation I always have very lively/chaotic dreams. The result is sleepwalking. That happened very often, thus I already woke up in places like hotel-hallways, in front of elevators, stairways etc.

Once wearing only shorts.
I suddenly woke up on a different floor and covered the rest of myself with a bedsheet I found in a stack of housekeeping. Trying to wake up your roomates by knocking on the door is not very effective when they are enjoying a deep sleep. So I can tell you, going to the lobby-concierge covered with a bedsheet at 3am is no fun at all.

One possibility to prevent this is locking the door from inside. It seems that I am not that intelligent to unlock doors during my nightly marches.
On vacation with my parents some years ago they told me I was looking for my brother who was not with us. They told my I got up, asked myself where he could be, opened the door and off I went. So they led me back to bed and next night I was looking for him again, but they locked the door from inside and I was not able to unlock!

Do all Disney resort-rooms have inside-door-locks?
Especially WL and POP
I do not want to get lost or walking to the Magic Kingdom at night in shorts!

WDW visits: 2008 Offsite *** 2009 All Star Sports *** 2013 Split Stay Wilderness Lodge / Pop Century

Universal Orlando visits: 2008 Offsite *** 2009 Offsite *** 2013 Royal Pacific Resort
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